The year ahead is bright, new and full of promise. And if you’ve been pondering taking a major step like shifting career directions or looking for a better job, there’s no time like the present.
Have you been thinking of making a change in your career? Looking for advancement opportunities? Or maybe you are looking ahead at relocation? Here at Great Plains Consulting, we are here to help make those opportunities happen for you!
When you are in the market for a new position, what you post to social media should be a reflection of who your future employer would want to hire as a part of their team.
Even if you already have a job, making sure you have access to the best opportunities means going beyond the usual.
We want to welcome Sara Winterfeld to the team of recruiters here at Great Plains Consulting!
In 4‑H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. We are America’s largest youth development organization—empowering nearly six million young people across the U.S. with the skills to lead for a lifetime.
What do you want?
This question is one of my favorite coaching questions for students selecting a major and making a career choice, for new employees trying to figure out how to wend their way through their organization, and for senior executives shaping organization direction.
“Where were you when the world stopped turning, on that September day?” These are the lyrics from Allan Jackson that we all reminisce on every year on this day….September 11.
No matter what you want to succeed at in life—your career, a hobby, your personal life—there are a few universal truths that can be applied to the pursuit of success and a few mistakes that can be considered universal barriers to achieving it.
Many of us sent our kids out the door for the start of another school year this week! For some of us, we took our last “First Day of School” pictures with our kids that are starting their final year of high school! Some of these kids are very driven and have a clear cut plan where they want to be next year at this time – what college, what course of study and eventually what career. Others are still unsure and really have no idea what the future holds for them. As a parent, how can we help prepare our kids for the next chapter of life?