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  Are You Promotable? 7 Key Factors
by Mary G. White - Sep, 2015
If you’re interested in moving up in your career, it’s a good idea to stop and consider whether or not you are someone that the ‘powers that be’ in your company would view as being promotable. The way that you conduct yourself now can have a huge impact on whether or not you’ll accomplish your goals for climbing the ladder to the job of your dreams. 7 Factors that Impact Promotability A number of factors – some performan...
  How To Inform Your Network Of Your Job Search
by Stacy Harshman - Sep, 2015
The best job leads are likely to come from your network of connections; however, asking them for help can seem daunting. We often procrastinate about informing our network because it can be a bit awkward. Below are some ideas of how to talk with your contacts. 1. Know what you are looking for- Job seekers are often unclear about the job they are seeking. As an example, I received an email that read “Please think of me when...
  How to Tell If Your Company Culture Is ‘Going to the Dogs’
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Sep, 2015
The phrase, 'going to the dogs' often carries a negative connotation. However, Glassdoor recently compiled a list of 10 companies whose employee perks include dogs in the workplace, and in this instance, 'going to the dogs' is a very good thing! While not everyone would agree that permission to bring a four-legged friend to the workplace is a perk, many pet owners and pet lovers would jump at the opportunity to bring their...
  It’s Time to Focus on Your Career Future
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Sep, 2015
Summer vacations have ended and the kids are back in school so it’s a great time to prioritize your professional journey. According to a global LikedIn study, September is one of the best months of the year to get promoted. “Now is a great time to check your career plan, and make sure that you are getting all of the opportunities that you deserve,” says Nigel Dessau, author of Become a 21st Century Executive: Breaking Away...
  Strength Of Weak Ties – Seven Ways To Connect For Your Job Search
by Lisa Rangel - Sep, 2015
The strategy known as “the strength of weak ties” could be the secret sauce in your job search. Essentially, it entails reaching beyond your traditional networks to casual contacts. The latter know of job openings your colleagues don’t. This article describes seven simple ways to make those connections with weak ties. Mark Granovetter’s Discovery of Gold in Casual Relationships It’s no secret that jobs most often come th...
  Testimonials and Your Resume
by Robin Schlinger - Sep, 2015
Testimonials in your resume—or on LinkedIn or similar social media sites—puts you steps above competitors. Testimonials that focus on your skills and accomplishments highlight your potential as an employee. When choosing testimonials, you are looking for: ◾Short testimonials. It may be tempting to include long-winded accounts of your skills, but it’s important to choose quotations that are brief and pointed, to inc...
  The Biggest Mistake Career Changers Make
by Stacy Harshman - Sep, 2015
Most people assume if you want to change careers, you should start by deciding what your new profession will be, but that is not the first step according to Harvard business school professor Herminia Ibarra. She writes, “By far the biggest mistake people make when trying to change careers is to delay taking the first step until they have settled on a destination.” In other words, not knowing the end result should not be a barr...
  The Definitive Guide to Setting (and Keeping) Boundaries at Work
by Melody Wilding - Sep, 2015
For you, a standard workday just isn’t enough. Your boss depends on you to be available day and night, and you often bring work home on the weekends. Your colleagues and clients rely on you so much that you plan to be on call during your upcoming vacation, despite your desperate need to unplug. And maybe you’ve been asked to fly across the country on a few days’ notice so many times that you don’t even bother unpacking your su...
  The NEW Breed of Executives Calls for a Different Kind of Resume
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Sep, 2015
Globalization with company expansions into developing countries and the C-suite’s embrace of social media marketing as an asset to a company’s reputation has modernized and stretched the definition of the executive role. As a result, many executives are finding it increasingly difficult to write a ‘focused’ resume. The answer? It is time for a fresh perspective on the executive resume. Thankfully, the traditional resume wit...
  Business Owners: How To Navigate A Price Increase
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2015
Small-business owners are often ecstatic that customers want to buy their products and services, and once an offering is successful and has been improved upon, it could be time to consider a price increase. However, this is a decision that does not come easily.To get to the bottom of when and why you should raise your prices and how to roll out price increases without upsetting your loyal customers, I tapped three owners for a...
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