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Archive for March 2017

Reading between the lines

So following on my theme yesterday about different questions to ask a potential applicant you might want to consider what is your favorite book of all time. This may give you some additional insight into the person’s interest and passion in life. The more information you have, the better. Here are five of my top…

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Finding the right person for the right job

There are certain questions you can’t ask legally in an interview but that should not stop you from being creative. To make it interesting you may want to do something a little bit out of the norm. Why not ask what an applicant’s favorite movie is. This will give you some insights into their interests…

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Celebrate Native Women Leaders for International Women’s Day

I have had the honor of working and knowing many amazing Native American women who have inspired me in so many ways. This is a big shout out to all those Native women who strive every day to make our lives better in every way. To celebrate their contributions I wanted to share this quote…

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Leadership is key but don’t forget the worker bees

There is a lot of emphasis on leadership training and I am not here to tell you it is not important. However, sometimes within an organization leadership takes up a lot of oxygen in the room and does not leave much room for line staff or what I refer to as worker bees. Using the…

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Pleasant experience at Pleasant Point

I finished my trip last Friday at the Passamaquody Tribe in upper Maine by going to two schools. I was with a team that presented to junior high students. They were very respectful and full of questions. One of the principals we met was a non Indian who had been with the school for some…

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