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    Networking #LikeaBoss  

    Not everyone has the natural ability to put strangers at ease and form easy relationships. But with a few tips, you can harness the power of networking and better utilize those moments where you have the chance to make a greater connectiion.

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    Successfully Hosting a Unique Tenant Event

    Hosting events for your tenants can give added value, create a sense of community, and make them feel appreciated. But how do you bring your tenant events to the next level? How can you make them successfully unique?

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    Working With Recruiters in the New Year

    If you’ve never worked with a recruiter, it can be somewhat of a mystery as to how they assist with job searches. Here are a few things you can do to make yourself more desirable to a recruiter, and therefore their client.

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    What Commercial Real Estate Leaders can Learn From NASA's "Monday Notes"

    Lessons learned from NASA leader can help you with "out of this world" team results.

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    4 Ways A New Financial Program is Transforming Texas Real Estate

    A real-world scenario illustrating how the Texas PACE program can benefit the bottom-line for your property owners.

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    Sexual Harassment Policy in a Post-Weinstein World

    With movements like #MeToo and Time's Up headlining every news outlet, there's no room to hide from the topic of sexual harassment. Here's how companies can deal with this sensitive topic in a post- Harvey Weinstein world.

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    Irrigation Lessons From Harvey

    Water will continue to become more scarce and more expensive as the population grows. But if you analyze yur property usage, you can save a lot of money long-term.

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    Overcoming Work Burnout

    We’ve all felt burnout at work, but how do you address it? Before you make any quick decision, take a minute to evaluate a few key issues that may be at fault.

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    Should You Critique Your Boss?

    Sometimes known as “upward feedback”, allowing the space for performance evaluation to flow from employee to boss is highly valuable to effective leadership and job satisfaction. The problem is, many managers and/or companies don’t openly welcome this.

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    Before You Call – Tips on Preventing Billable Elevator Calls

    Hear from an elevator expert when and how to avoid unnecessary elevator service expenses.

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