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Diversity is a Business Strategy – Not A Buzzword

When companies first began working on diversity initiatives, the attitude was often more one of checking off a required box than it was genuinely embracing diversity and seeing its value. But times have changed. Increasingly, businesses recognize the value brought by a variety of viewpoints and a workforce that better reflects the world and their… Read more

How Can You Be More Creative at Work?

When people discuss creativity, they often believe it is a quality limited to artists, but that is not the case. Any time when you are innovative or resourceful, you are creative. Scientists working on a cure for diseases are creative. Engineers are creative in solving problems. Even individuals with careers in business are creative. It is evident when they develop new approaches… Read more

Taking it Remote: Ramping up Quickly When Working from Home

Remote work has grown increasingly common in recent years. And why not? With improved technology making it seamless, many employees can work from home, or even traveling the world as digital nomads. But most remote workers have a choice. They’ve had training, the opportunity to set up a home office and created systems that allow… Read more

Leadership in a Time of Crisis: Keeping your Remote Team on Track During a Pandemic

As a leader, you are accustomed to leading your team day-to-day. Whether you are providing regular feedback, assigning tasks or teaching skills, providing guidance is part of your everyday. There has never been such a massive shakeup to professional and personal lives as there is now, when we are facing the spread of COVID-19. Continuing… Read more

Uncover Your Career Potential with The Right Career Partners

When you start out in your career, you don’t always get a lot of guidance. You may decide on a career path with a high salary potential, one that essentially monitors your interests or skills or commonly, you can fall into a career, based on your first job. You may find that career path or your specific job are not… Read more

Why You Should Support the Career Development of Your Employees

You hire people for specific roles for which they have the required education, skills and experience. If they are successful in their current role, why should you support their career development? Won’t they outgrow their current position, leaving you with a gap to fill? That is a possibility, but not something you can control. With the current… Read more

Quotes About A Successful Career to Inspire Your Week

When there is uncertainty all around us, worrying about our jobs and careers is natural. Here are a few quotes about successful careers that can offer some inspiration on your best days and encouragement on your worst.  4 Quotes To Keep You Inspired and Goal-Driven I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder… Read more

The Panther Group Readiness Taskforce – COVID-19 Update

Dear Valued Partners: The Panther Group is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as it evolves and spreads.  Please note that The Panther Group has formed a Readiness Taskforce comprised of Executive Leadership and have developed contingency plans to address health and safety procedures, business needs and travel restrictions based on recommendations from Federal, State,… Read more

Overcome These Team Dysfunctions

Writer Leo Tolstoy famously said, “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” It could be argued that the same goes for the business world. “Happy” companies can be any size, any industry, any culture, but they do share certain qualities. The most common is there is a sense of trust, a commonality of… Read more

Don’t Love Your Resume? Give It a Boost

If your job search has not been successful, or if you have not updated your resume in a while, it may be time to reevaluate what you are sending to employers. It is essential to make a positive first impression with your resume. It is often the first thing hiring managers will evaluate. Be sure… Read more