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  HOW TO BE A GOOD EMPLOYEE
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
Being a good employee is something that is expected and needed by all employers. I suspect most employers would be extremely happy if all their employees complied with a dozen basic expectations. These simple requirements are a prescription for being a good employee. If you practice these suggestions you are likely to get recognized and rewarded. Plus, you will be enjoying your work more! 1. SHOW UP ON TIME. No jo...
 
  Little Things Count Most in Getting a Job
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
A long time ago I discovered an extremely useful concept called perturbation point, or just "P" point for short. These are the little critical things you can do to get the biggest results. The following checklist has the little things you need to take care of to get the best results in your job hunt. 1. Have you done a complete and honest self-inventory as to what your best skills and abilities are and what type and level...
 
  THE RIGHT WORK ATTITUDE
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
We are often hesitant to set standards for good work attitudes and discipline employees for having bad ones. Part of this hesitancy may be in our inability to talk about attitudes in clear and precise terms. Below is a standard of a good work attitude supervisors should strive to enforce and reinforce with all employees in the workplace. Companies should incorporate this attitude standard into a general workpla...
 
  Executive Team Building – Establishing A Team Direction
by Shari Roth - Sep, 2011
One of the major roles of executive leadership is to build solid teams. Executive team building for results is grounded in knowing and understanding the direction of the team. The direction sets the stage for the purpose of the team and where the team is going. Without establishing a team direction you really don’t have a team at all. What you have is a bunch of individuals who are loosely affiliated but everyone goes off...
 
  Avoid the Top Ten Resume Mistakes
by Peter Newfield - Sep, 2011
You’re sitting at your desk, the coffee is cold, and you decide that your boss has annoyed you for the last time. You’re going to look for another job and get the hell out of this place. You turn to the blank computer screen in front of you and start writing your resume. How hard can it be to write your own resume? Apparently, it’s a task not to be undertaken lightly. Most of the resumes circulating out in cyberspace and sn...
 
  Career Advice: Five Career Secrets to Becoming the Perfect Employee That Everyone Wants – Part One
by Ed Sykes - Sep, 2011
With ever increasing deadlines, decreasing resources, and changing workplaces, sometimes it can be challenging to be a good employee, much less a perfect employee. The employee who can rise above the everyday problems and embrace challenges will be the person that every employer wants. The following are five career development secrets to being the perfect employee everyone wants: Respect. Respect others with whom you...
 
  TEN SURE WAYS TO SUCCEED IN THE WORKPLACE
by William Cottringer - Sep, 2011
“The best way to appreciate your job is to imagine yourself without one.” ~Oscar Wilde. It doesn’t matter whether you are engaged in your dream career or just working at a job; not trying your best to succeed at the workplace doesn’t make any sense. It is a third of your life and when not done right, it can lead to a lot of unnecessary unhappiness. Here are ten sure ways anyone can be successful on the job. And, they don’t...
 
  Afraid to Innovate or Don’t Know How? Problem-solving Skills Pay
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
"Innovativeness” is one of those performance appraisal categories that often befuddle supervisors and employees. We often don’t know how the term actually applies to us. After all, we’re just doing our jobs. Innovation seems to have more to do with creative work (maybe in marketing) or in science (like in a lab somewhere). Too often we just don’t think of ourselves as being innovative as we go about our daily work. To inn...
 
  Bankrupt or Flush with Transferable Skills? A Telling Story
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Transferable skills get us hired or promoted. They’re our career currency. Without them, there’s no deal. The more transferable skills we have the more valuable we are. Resumes market them. Interviews showcase them. Can you list your top ten, most marketable transferable skills, right now? Bankrupt or flush? Transferable skills are attached to us all the time, not just at work. It’s time to get a handle on your b...
 
  Bridge Closed! A Leadership Opportunity
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
"Luck comes to a man who puts himself in the way of it. You went where something might be found and you found something, simple as that." - Louis L'Amour, To the Far Blue Mountains I had the pleasure this past Saturday of joining an executive coaching client on a local group bike ride. As a cycling enthusiast, I always welcome such opportunities, and have a number of clients who are excellent riders. Our route was no...
 
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