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To give too much of a thing to someone, to defeat or overpower or to have a strong emotional effect on, are all ways in which the New Oxford Dictionary defines overwhelm. When we ‘give too much of a thing... Read More
It is no secret that organizations seeking growth are interested in improving financials; especially during constrained times. Efficiency and productivity are examples of outcomes that can be positively managed to create organizational return to stakeholders. This is true for non-profit... Read More
There is a philosophical statement that most of us are aware of, a question relating to the possibility of unperceived existence. If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a... Read More
As a recent graduate, I am among a group of educated individuals trying to find a career that meaningfully connects back to a degree I spent four years completing. Yet most of us college graduates are juggling multiple jobs to... Read More
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