Dylan enjoys hiking, writing, and spending time with his family. Born and raised in Delaware, he is the youngest of five children. He studied English at University of Delaware and serves as a Content Marketing Associate for The Siegfried Group.
Communicating with different personality types
October 14, 2021
We all bring our lives into the workplace, no matter how hard we try to check ourselves at the door. Understanding employees and colleagues as individuals, who each have their own unique skills and life experiences, is critical to getting the most out of collaboration. By interacting with established personality types, we can begin to polish our communication for the most effective results.
Identify fatigue and boost your energy levels
September 23, 2021
Returning to work from vacation or time off is always a bit of an adjustment. It can be somewhat painful, after spending time away from the desk or screen, but vacations give you a chance to refresh and come back more energized. But how can you avoid feeling so tired again?
Lessons from the Last Airbender
September 16, 2021
Children’s movies and TV shows hold a special place not only in our hearts, but in the collective media of our society. Large creators like Disney and Pixar craft beautiful, relatable characters and stories that do not simply entertain the latest generation, but provide social commentary in simple but powerful ways for more mature minds.
Family, community, and energy-healing: embracing light in dark moments
August 19, 2021
We celebrate success, good memories, and laughter above all, but often these stories are born out of challenging situations. Deandria Johnson, a Senior Manager in our Atlanta Market, felt lost and hopeless after the passing of her closest friend. Through perseverance and an open mind, Deandria recreated her happiness by changing her thinking, connecting with the spiritual reality around her, and developing a reiki practice.
Build resilience to combat stress at work
August 12, 2021
Workplace stress is so common today that it’s been referred to as the “health epidemic of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization. It’s well known that stress has degenerative effects on our health and wellness. Stress is so prevalent that it costs American businesses some $300 billion a year. So how do you fight back against workplace stress to maintain productivity and progress in your career?