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    How to Survive a Recession: Advice from Our Alumni

    What is the best business advice on how to survive a recession? Take it from our alumni. Our network of successful alumni has continued to grow over the years, and we wanted to tap into some of their business expertise. Listen to what they have to say. “Don’t give up. Keep learning. Keep networking. Keep … Continue reading “Our Blog”

  • How to Avoid Burnout during a Pandemic

    What is burnout? The term was originally coined in the mid-1970s by Herbert Freudenberger and is defined as “becoming exhausted by making excessive demands on energy, strength, or resources.” As we cruise through the summer months, we are still dealing with the effects of COVID on our daily lives. People are working longer hours, wearing … Continue reading "Our Blog"
  • June 2020 Virtual Career Conference Results

    Our June Career Conference and second ever VIRTUAL Conference is now complete.   We implemented several lessons learned from the April Career Conference and the conference was a great success!  Congratulations to all of the 41 June Candidates who came very well prepared and with great attitudes as they navigate their new careers in this unusual … Continue reading "Our Blog"
  • Meeting Etiquette :: Seven Steps to Leading Effective Meetings

    As the world starts to open back up, communication continues to be key. Some teams have elected to continue remote work, others have started carefully returning to office life. And, as teams try to stay connected (either via video conferencing or socially distant gatherings), leadership within team meetings and meeting etiquette remain of the utmost … Continue reading "Our Blog"
  • Commonly Asked Questions About the Cameron-Brooks June 2020 Virtual Conference

    “What then is to be done? To make the best of what is in our power, and take the rest as it naturally happens.” – Epictetus  Covid-19. Turbulent economy. Unemployment rate at historic levels. Travel restrictions.  What do we do about it? The Greek Stoic philosopher said it best above, we move forward.  The obstacle … Continue reading "Our Blog"
  • Constructive Criticism as an Opportunity for Growth

    Constructive criticism. Those two words send shivers down my spine.  I don’t like giving it and I am probably worse at receiving it, but every day is an improvement.  At Cameron-Brooks, we spend a lot of time coaching JMOs on how to answer the question, “How do you give constructive criticism?”  However, we don’t spend … Continue reading "Our Blog"