Why is Resilience Training needed NOW more than ever? Today more than any other time in history, we are dealing with the unknown.  The norms we counted on to make our lives predictable and within our control, have been challenged.  This places our human drive to survive on alert! Our brains are designed to see…

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Little Known Federal Funding for Producing Companies Everyone knows that, for all its benefits, trade brings with it, low cost imports. Domestic companies, may then find themselves facing severe price competition. However, few know that for decades the Federal Government has offered a surprisingly accessible and effective benefit for such companies. That benefit is a…

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During this time of shelter in place restrictions we are seeing a wide variety of activities move from in-person to virtual interactions. Since we are unable to hold traditional in-person job fairs to connect the unprecedented number of unemployed individuals with employers who do have jobs available, the Washington State Employment Security Department (ESD) is…

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Recent events in the United States clearly demonstrate the magnitude of the racial divide that currently exists in our society, our institutions and organizations, our cities, and towns, and even in our families. In the midst of this strife, meaningful dialog is not only possible but necessary for healing and peace. The fear and resentment…

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Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI) defines project management as “the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to a broad range of activities in order to meet the requirements of a particular project.” This definition doesn’t tell the reader much about the day to day work and responsibilities of a project manager. While each organization…

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Practices to Develop Gratitude

What are the components of resilience? Grit, determination, mental skills, mentally strong? Absolutely, but when I was first trained in Resilience I was totally surprised that gratitude was one of the fundamental skills. Not the first time my initial impressions were wrong when learning a new skill or set of skills. Gratitude: a feeling of…

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We’re excited to share our partnership with SAFE Boats International, a local marine manufacturer of unsinkable vessels for military, law enforcement, fire and rescue, and other agencies. We worked with their HR Manager to create a training program that resulted in industry recognized credentials for participants. Due to the increased skill and knowledge of their…

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Business Leaders and their HR Managers are continually searching for ways to make their organizations and people stronger, more effective, and more productive in their jobs. Training, coaching, performance management, and engagement programs are just a few of the solutions that fight for the limited time and attention of HR managers. New to this menu…

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