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  Help! My Boss Is A Millennial - And I'm Not!
by Lindsey Pollak - Dec, 2015
We talk a lot about how managers can work with millennials — but what about when a millennial is your boss? It’s a situation that will become increasingly prevalent, since millennials are now the largest demographic in today’s workplace. In my book, Becoming the Boss, I help millennials with their managerial skills, but if you’re a Baby Boomer or a Gen Xer on the other side of the desk, you might need some advice, too. Keep re...
 
  How To Love Networking (Even If You Hate The Word)
by Lindsey Pollak - Dec, 2015
The word “networking” sometimes gets a bad rap – all those connotations of speed dating-style awkwardness, business card collecting and name tags at stuffy functions. Instead, let’s call networking what it should be: relationship building. And nothing – nothing! – in your career will be more important than this. Years ago, relationship management revolved around the Rolodex, a revered device that represented the corners...
 
  Small Businesses: The Three Things You Need To Know About Millenials
by Lindsey Pollak - Dec, 2015
They’re here! The millennials, that is. If you don’t have one working for you now, you probably will soon. That’s because millennials, also known as Generation Y, now comprise the largest share of the American workforce, according to the Pew Research Center, and by 2025, a full 75 percent of the U.S. workforce will be millennials. These numbers present a huge opportunity for small business owners. Millennial employees as a...
 
  Turn A Job Loss Into An Opportunity
by Carole Kanchier - Dec, 2015
Two former clients, both managers, were laid off with three month’s severance pay. Though both had comparable skills, each approached job search differently, and the outcome of their searches reflects these differences. The initial approach of the first client was to make a brief appearance at professional meetings, tell others about his search, get leads, then leave. He followed up on leads, but after a flurry of interview...
 
  16 Burning Questions Your 2016 Executive Resume Must Answer
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Dec, 2015
2016 is around the corner. (I can’t believe it!) January is the busiest time in the career services industry. Every year resumes that flood my inquiry inbox fail to address critical points employers and hiring managers want you to answer. I am sharing the top 16 with you today, so you get off to a great start! You’re welcome! 1. What is your new career goal? Be very specific about the function and industry. A title wo...
 
  What Promises Does Your College Make To Students?
by Bob Roth - Dec, 2015
College students have both expectations and goals when they enter college. They put their trust in the colleges they attend and the leaders who operate those colleges. In return for student commitments, colleges make promises both actual and implied. Important promises include: A Great Education - Colleges promise to provide students with a great education in their fields of study. That is important. Students want to...
 
  Are You Sick of Time-Wasting Meetings at Work?
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2015
In any business environment, meetings are probably an inescapable fact. While not bad in and of themselves, they create a hugely negative impact when they aren’t well-organized and managed. The sad fact is that this happens much more often than it should–and it can be avoided (at least for the most part). Way back when I used to organize meetings, I would become very frustrated at the lack of cooperation from people who wer...
 
  Collaboration: It’s Key to Career Success
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2015
You can do a lot of things on your own, without help, and that’s true not only personally but in your professional life. It’s important not to delegate actions to others that are integral to your professional growth and career success. But that’s not all there is to the story. You need collaboration–in the best (most positive) sense of that word–to carry out career management plans that offer the greatest possible chance fo...
 
  Company Loyalty–How Much is Too Much?
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2015
If you operate with the philosophy that looking after #1 is all that counts and you’ll stick with your current employer only until you think you see something better on the horizon, that’s a questionable rationale. On the other hand, blind loyalty to your employer that ignores any other considerations is going to the other extreme. Neither choice is great, and neither is likely to provide you with solid career success. Comp...
 
  Gratitude and Career Success Can Go Hand-in-Hand
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2015
If things aren’t going well with your professional life–maybe you’re engaged in a frustrating job search–you might feel as if you don’t have much to be grateful for right now. You could be viewing Thanksgiving Day as “Turkey Day” at best and as a waste of time at worst. I’m not going to deliver a Pollyanna sermon to you. At the same time, focusing the lion’s share of your attention and energy on the highly unsatisfying situ...
 
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