Monthly Archives: May 2014

Are you Filtering Out Good Talent?


Instead of reviewing resumes personally, we’ve evolved to allowing the super-computer robots and machines to tell us whether someone is a good fit or not. Now if someone so happens to get through the electronic garbage disposal having their resume … Continue reading

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Want to Grow your Business? Don’t Overlook the Receptionist


The first face a customer will see; the first voice a customer hears; one of the most significant people in your entire organization is the receptionist. Often the receptionist is overlooked or dismissed as an insignificant person, when in fact … Continue reading

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Love – Lift – Lead


A grand mistake often made in business is separating leadership from love. Ah yes, the great divide of emotion from the workplace. Here’s the real deal: True leadership starts from a loving place with roots grounded in lifting others up … Continue reading

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Excuse me, Can you Please Stop Interrupting Your Success?


The one thing I find many of my clients and colleagues have in common is excuses. I often hear of goals, life objectives and hopeful achievements during our conversations and when I pose the question inquiring about the action behind … Continue reading

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Employee Engagement [Infographic]


Great Infographic by FUZEMary V. Davids is the Founder and Managing Member of D&M Consulting Services, LLC. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management. Mary has over a decade of experience … Continue reading

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