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Perks and Benefits – Insights from Victoria Moretti

VictoriaMoretti

Victoria loves to write articles that offer advice and support for businesses, and business people, who find themselves in differing circumstances.  Other loves include: spending time with family and friends, travel, and the coffee bean!


Ways to Give Your Employees Perks and Benefits

As every employer knows, your employees are your most important asset. That’s why I believe it is vital to give staff members a number of perks. Isn’t it best to keep your talent rather than letting them head off to your competitors? There are so many different ways you can reward your employees, so it might be a good idea for you to sit down with your HR team to come up with some ideas that suit your type of business.

To get you started, it might be useful for you to hear about the types of benefits that I offer my team. Here are just a few of them…

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The Five Principles of Effective Project Leadership

Thomas Juli – Contributing Expert

Project managers all need and thrive for successful projects. But what exactly does project success mean? Is project success the successful and timely delivery within budget? Or is it the path to glory? Do results always matter the most? What else does project success mean? And what does it take to achieve project success? Does success fall from heaven? Is it limited to a lucky few who happen to be in the right place at the right time? Is it coincidence? Or can we actually plan success?

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Leadership’s Project Management Challenges

Gina Abudi – Contributing Expert

Understanding the value of project management to the organization is one of the biggest challenges for leaders. Too often project management is considered as tactical – with no real thought or understanding of the strategic value of project management. However, shortchanging project management not only hinders an organization trying to meet strategic long-term objectives, but also diminishes the value of some of the most important people in the organization – the project managers!

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Your Greatest Purpose… or Just a Wish

Mike Henry Sr. – Guest Expert


“Great minds have purposes, others have wishes. Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above them.” – Washington Irving

There are two types of people in the world; those that are experiencing misfortune and those who will. The measure of you as a person lies in your response to life’s events. As you journey through life, some of those events will be classified as misfortune. Rather than devising plans to avoid misfortune, you will be better off if you plan your response to it. How will you respond?

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Positive Thinking in a Negative World

Margaret Reynolds – Contributing Expert

If you twitter, you are constantly reading quotes that espouse positive thinking. Some quotes are age old and some are brand new, but they mostly convey the sentiment–you are what you think, so think positive. Do you ever wonder if all those people that post those statements live that happy, positive, empowered life they like to talk about?

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