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  Straight, Honest Talk About Why You're Not Having The Success You Want In Your Job and Career
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
After 10 years of supporting mid- to senior-level professionals overcome blocks to their career success and happiness, I’ve learned one key fact – what holds us back is not what we think. It’s not about external factors and forces pushing against us and keeping us down. It’s about ourselves – plain and simple. Our failure to achieve the success and happiness we want is much more about what we don’t know, and don’t understand a...
 
  Students Can't Ignore Important Activities And Still Expect To Land A Good Job
by Bob Roth - Feb, 2016
When students go through college without doing any of the things that lead to the best jobs, they should expect to be disappointed. The competition for good jobs is stiff, even in an excellent job market. Employers do not relax their requirements just because they have more open jobs. And yet, each year, many students graduate from college unprepared to compete for those jobs. Students who have already graduated or are i...
 
  8 Ways You're Hurting Your Productivity by Being Conscientious
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2016
You may be conscientious, but are you productive? They’re two different things. When I take work personality tests, I’m off the charts on conscientiousness. Conscientious people tend to show self-discipline, act dutifully, and aim for achievement. We display planned rather than spontaneous behavior and are generally organized and dependable. This all sounds great, of course. But conscientiousness and productivity are not...
 
  Are You Using Your Genius to Improve Things?
by Marshall Goldsmith - Jan, 2016
Like many young Ph.D. students, I was deeply impressed with my own intelligence, wisdom, and profound insights into the human condition. I consistently amazed myself with my ability to judge others and see what they were doing wrong. I thought I was more than good enough, and everyone else was not quite up to par. Dr. Fred Case was both my UCLA dissertation advisor and boss. My dissertation was connected with a consulting p...
 
  Are You Wrong (and Foolish) If You Don't Follow The Advice of Renowned Experts In Your Field?
by Kathy Caprino - Jan, 2016
In the professional world I’m immersed in – coaching and online personal and professional development services – I’m literally bombarded every day with “experts” who share what they believe is the one “right” way to proceed in life and in business. Today, we can tap into wisdom and advice from literally an unlimited number and array of sources: from world-renowned researchers and speakers, to multimillionaire entrepreneurs, to...
 
  The Secret's Out! Women In The Workplace
by Mi'Shon Landry - Jan, 2016
It probably comes as no surprise to know that... But did you also know? Although women represent more than half of the total workforce, however their share of employment varies considerably across occupational groups. The female wage gap still presents lots of opportunity for improvement, with a key factor contributing to the gap is GENDER DIFFERENCES ACROSS OCCUPATIONS. Today, more Black wo...
 
  Winning at Working: Lying on a Nail
by Nan S. Russell - Jan, 2016
Once there was a young woman who didn't like her job. Everyday when she came home from work, she told her husband how terrible her day had been, how tiring the work and how unreasonable her boss. "Leave that job," her husband told her. "Oh I will" she said. "But not yet. I have too many friends there for me to leave just yet." And so she complained until the days became years and her family grew to five. "Leave that job," h...
 
  3 New Year's Resolutions You're Going to Break - and What You Should Resolve To Do Instead
by Melody Wilding - Jan, 2016
The first day of the new year is always the same. You start off strong, a long list of resolutions planned, ready to conquer your career goals. And you do—for a week, maybe two, or even a few months if you’re on a roll. Then, something throws you off track. The culprit may just be a seemingly insignificant workplace annoyance, but it has the power to affect your motivation in a big way. It’s easy to become discouraged an...
 
  Are You A Contingent Worker
by Robin Schlinger - Jan, 2016
Recently, the Harvard Business Review published some interesting statistics on jobs of the future. They focused on the category of “contingent workers,” those who are independent contractors, consultants, and freelancers. By pulling together research from several sources, they found that the average company currently hires nearly 35% of its staff as contingent workers; the category is growing; and it currently involves about 6...
 
  How to Ask for a Raise When You're Super Nervous Talking About Money
by Melody Wilding - Jan, 2016
Talking about money can be difficult, even scary. It’s a topic that makes a lot of people feel uncomfortable. Whether you’re negotiating higher pay in a new job offer or vying for a promotion in your current role, discussing salary is downright stressful. You’re afraid of getting turned down, making things awkward, or even offending your manager. So, you make excuses as a way to sidestep the conversation. You tone down your...
 
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