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August 2015

 

This month our newsletter will be focused on several recent trends that support the importance of relationships in the work place.

 

A great read for anyone who is looking to enhance their communication skills both inside and outside of the workplace is Everyone Communicates, Few Connect by John C. Maxwell.  Did you know that 90 percent of the impression we convey has nothing to do with what we actually say?  This inspiring book is a clear reminder that how we communicate with others is how we make an impact in our own and other people's lives.

 

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect reminded me, as recruitment professionals, that it is imperative for us to find the right technical skills in each candidate to meet our clients' needs.  It is equally important to ensure that the personal connection between our client and consultant is strong because it is ultimately that relationship that will determine the success of the project.  The key to relational accomplishment is the ability to truly listen to the other person and grasp a level of understanding of what that individual is trying to convey.

 

As technologist, often we forget one of life's most simplistic things - connecting with one another.    

 

Enjoy this month's articles on relationships in the workplace and how to improve the relationships you currently have!
 

Warmly,

 

Nicole McMackin

President

5 tips to develop effective working relationship with your peers
Other than your subordinates and your boss (direct     manager), having an effective and good working relationship with y our peers is also crucial for you to succeed in your managerial role.

 

Here are 5 tips to develop effective working relationship with your peers:

 

1.       Search for common goals

 

Proactively reach out for a common denominator. Think of how you can add value. Extend a hand to support your peers in areas that you can influence.

 

If excellent customer service is critical to you and your peers, initiate a discussion with them on the best way to achieve it. Find out the relevant variables that will impact customer service. For instance, one of the variables is timely delivery, in full, of your products within 30 days from the date of an order.


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12 Ways To Build The Best Relationship With Your Boss
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If you ever think there may come a time when you'll need your boss to write you a letter of recommendation or make a call on your behalf-and there probably will-then follow these tips for building a better relationship with your superior. She'll likely be happy to help you out!
 

Your boss today should be someone that you are in touch with for the rest of your life. Sure, you will work for this person-probably for a short time, maybe a year or two-but you are building a relationship for the bigger picture.

 

You never know how this person will play a part in your life, who they will put you in front of, or the job opportunities they could lead you to. You want to have people in your life who can speak highly of you, talk about your professional capabilities, who can recommend you, and your boss can potentially be that person for the rest of your life.


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IMMEDIATE NEED for Multiple Mid - Sr. .NET Developers! 

 

ITC is looking for FULL STACK .NET Developers for our client in Santa Ana, CA.  You must be comfortable in front-end, middle-tier, and back-end development (if heavier in one area, that is OK, but must have some experience in full stack development).  Looking for ASP .NET / C# / MVC with Web API / Web Service experience.


 

Requirements:

*  ASP .NET

*  C#

*  MVC

*  JQuery

*  HTML/CSS

*  SQL Server

*  Web API

*  Web Services

*  Good Communication Skills


 

If you would like to learn more about this position or are interested in applying, please Click Here.


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