5 Tips to De-Stress at Work or at Home Written By: Sarah Yun In today’s world, the pandemic has caused many to feel overwhelmed with emotions in modern workday employees. It is important to be able to step back and take some time to yourself to evaluate ways you can produce better working habits [...]
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How Can DISC Help Improve Relationships? Written by: Jess Goodman Last year, Allison introduced us to DiSC in her article, “What’s your DiSC Style?” Understanding DiSC styles can help anyone improve relationships both at work and home. Check out how! Improve communication: Understanding someone’s DiSC style can help improve interpersonal communication. For example, I know [...]
The Benefits of Working with a Recruiter as an Entry-Level Candidate Written By: Sydney Grierson So, you’ve graduated from college… Congratulations! You’ve worked super hard for this. But, now what? Starting a job search, especially the first one of your professional career, can be a daunting task. There are so many questions that recent graduates [...]
Are you a “Crumb-Cleaner?” Written by: Catherine Stier The President of one of the companies we work with used this example to explain why “large company” folks didn’t typically work out at his 70-person company. “When I’m walking by the kitchen” he said “and there are crumbs on the counter, I will grab a paper-towel [...]
From the Court to the Office Written By Olivia DeBonte Being a member of both the Germer International team and a member of the Ursinus College Volleyball (UCVB) team have taught me very similar and valuable lessons, in very different ways. At first glance, it seems unlikely that these two environments could possibly overlap, but [...]
Hannah’s Book Recommendation: Written by Hannah Ferguson Earlier this year, I decided I wanted to become a better negotiator. Whether it’s your spouse, significant other, kids, boss, or salesperson, we negotiate (or “argue”) with people every single day, which is why I thought it would be a great skill to develop. I started looking for [...]
Making Mornings Work for You Written By: Sydney Grierson “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” - Socrates It’s no secret that COVID-19 has had a strong impact on the way we go about our daily lives, especially when examining from [...]
Book Recommendation:“Not Nice” Written by Jessica Gerber “Not Nice,” written by Aziz Gazipura, is one of my favorite books I’ve read in 2021. Aziz Gaz ipura analyzes the concept of being nice. Typically, being nice is something that is admired and encouraged in society. However, Aziz Gazipura takes a deeper look at what it means [...]
Podcast: The Art of Charm Written by: Jess Goodman Personal development is valued and encouraged at Germer. While working on personal and professional development with colleagues, I have gotten more into audiobooks and podcasts. During my search for more personal development podcasts, I stumbled upon The Art of Charm. The Art of Charm is a [...]
How Do You Create a Culture When Working from Home? By Allison Flitter Delaney After the pandemic, many companies are switching to remote or hybrid options. Losing facetime in the office is one big negative to the work from home trend, but it does not have to be. There are many ways that teams and [...]