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  Inside the Mind at Work – Discover Your Inner Work Life
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2012
Question for Discussion: Is recognizing small wins the best way to motivate a workplace team? Recognizing small wins is the best way to motivate your team. People like to know where they stand to be fully engaged. In-the-moment positive feedback based on progress helps motivate employees. Regular feedback with at least a 3:1 ratio of positive to negative comments gets people connected emotionally to achieving your comp...
 
  Inside the Mind at Work – Facilitating Progress and Dealing with Setbacks
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2012
Question for Discussion: How important is focusing on small wins in motivating employees? The topic of controlling bosses and perceived negativity comes up quite often in my executive coaching sessions. My clients want to have more input into decision-making and how work is done to stay engaged. It’s human nature that most people seek positive feedback on their progress to perform at their best. I often suggest to my c...
 
  Networking: Who do you know who…..?
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2012
Do you know who is in your network? Do you work your network effectively and efficiently? Let’s start with the facts. Everyone knows at least 10 people. Think of the old AT&T TV commercial where they talk about one person knows 10 people and those 10 people know 10 people and soon you have a screen full of hundreds to thousands of faces. How many people do you have in your network that you can connect with today? Have you lost...
 
  Short Quick Ideas for Job Hunting in 2012
by Jason Stauffacher - Jan, 2012
Short Quick Ideas for Job Hunting in 2012 Tenet 1: show off yourself. Tell them what you've done, and don't be shy. Tenet 2: connect creatively with HR and managers. Think outside the HR box. It has to be done in this modern web 2.0 day-and-age. Tenet 3: echo your skills. Tell others about what you are good at. It might lead to a job via a simple conversations over drinks.
 
  Should you just take any old job?
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
I was talking to a career coaching client recently whose husband works at a large rental car corporation. He has been posting for a job opening for over a month. They have received very few, if any responses to the job listing. I know that most people don’t want to take a job they don’t like or one that would lower their morale. It can be frustrating to think you have to settle with any old job, especially something that is lo...
 
  Ten Job Search Strategies for 2012
by Barbara Safani - Jan, 2012
The holidays are behind us. And maybe you’ve made a few New Year’s resolutions…Lose weight, save more money…or maybe look for a new job. There are many simple, painless changes you can make in 2012 to increase your chances of finding your next job. Here are my top ten. 1.Update your resume. The last week of December was one of my busiest weeks ever. People who had no expectations of being sourced for a position and interview...
 
  The Perils of Affirmative Action
by Gladis Benavides - Jan, 2012
Affirmative Action stands like a wounded warrior in the battlefields of today\s political environment. Misconstrued, misused, challenged, defended and hailed as the program that has helped and hinder, is seldom truly understood for what it was designed to be. So what exactly is Affirmative Action? As defined in the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary Affirmative Action is: “ . . . an active effort to improve the employment or edu...
 
  The Power of One
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2012
2012. A New Year. This time of year many people make New Year resolutions, some easy to keep, others impossible. Have you ever thought about changing just one thing? That’s not overwhelming; it’s just one thing. The power of one can have a big impact on your life. Here are a few suggestions of how to incorporate the power of one into your life this year to change it for the better. 1.Learn something new. I know, I know, yo...
 
  The secret to finding fulfillment in your career
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
So how do you know what’s fulfilling for you to help you define your ideal career? The secret is – Values. Values are one of the first things I help my career coaching clients identify in order to understand what would be fulfilling to them. Values are your guideposts to fulfillment and the foundation of figuring this out. Begin figuring out what your values are right away. To figure out what your values are, you can ask...
 
  Tips to Position Yourself for a Promotion
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2012
“Am I where I want to be in my career?” There are many phases to a career. It can be thought of like a beginning, middle and end. In the beginning an individual experiences almost all new learning, skill development and obtaining industry knowledge. The middle (as well as the end) of a person’s career can be a comfortable place to be – for a while. At this point, you may know your industry, have gained skills to do your jo...
 
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