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  Political Savvy and Office Politics
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2010
How skillful are you at navigating office politics? Are you politically savvy? How is power and influence used where you work? The ability to navigate the political waters and influence others is an essential workplace competency. Politically astute leaders know how to appropriately use power and collaborate with others to achieve business goals. They create a culture of trust and achievement. Office Politics It’s naive to...
 
  Secrets of Dealing with Difficult People – The Art of Listening
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2010
Are you having trouble coping with difficult people where you work? If you are, then you probably have plenty of company. The workplace is full of difficult people who can make your life miserable if you let them. Difficult people come in all shapes, sizes and distinct personalities. They can be demanding, controlling, and energy eaters. Remember the old adage “Misery loves company?” They are often unhappy and make everyon...
 
  “I was fired! How do I handle that in an interview???”
by Harry Urschel - Oct, 2010
I was recently asked a question by someone trying to help a job seeker that had been terminated from his last position. They wanted to give some helpful advice. Here’s the conversation (edited for privacy)… I am trying to help a gentleman who was let go from “ABC Company” last month. My first impression was that he was laid off, but when I asked him some questions about the change he said he was terminated. Obviously I wasn...
 
  8 Thoughts That Are Really Bad for Your Career Development
by Thomas J. Denham - Oct, 2010
The #1 barrier to achieving career success is you. You are standing way of your own success with negative distortions. I am often my clients’ best cheerleader, while they act as their own worst enemy beating themselves up with criticism, self-doubt and worry. I listen patiently and hear them offer up their dominant thoughts from the dark side. Thoughts come and go so frequently that we rarely think about how they impact...
 
  Career Tips: Winners Keep On Keeping On
by Ramon Greenwood - Oct, 2010
Winners in the career chase know persistence is a daily necessity if they are to achieve their goals. One of those big winners, Ted Turner, world-class sailor and founder of the CNN television network, explains his success by saying: “The secret of my success is that I never quit. Winners never quit, and quitters never win. You might go bankrupt, you might lose everything, but as long as you’re out there still dukin’ b...
 
  Cranking up your networking intensity!
by Harry Urschel - Oct, 2010
Many job seekers pursue networking contacts and events diligently each day. They connect with new people, consistently ask for referrals, attend networking meetings, trade association meetings, and professional associations regularly. These are all excellent, and critical for an effective job search. However, if you’re looking for an idea that can produce more consistent leads and results, if you’re ready to crank up your n...
 
  Leaving Effective Voicemails In Your Job Search!
by Harry Urschel - Oct, 2010
When networking, following up on an application, reconnecting after an interview, or for virtually any other aspect of a job search… talking to someone is always better than an email. A professional voice on the phone is much harder to ignore than one of dozens of emails. However, for most people, the majority of calls you make will initially result in leaving a voicemail than actually being able to catch someone on the...
 
  Networking is not a “One Hit Wonder”
by Harry Urschel - Oct, 2010
I had lunch with a friend yesterday who recently began to market himself as an independent business operations consultant. He’s very highly qualified, however, understands clients won’t be suddenly flocking to his door. He needs to network effectively to find opportunities. He never considered himself a “networker”, but he does it very well. As we got to talking about his success so far, it reminded me how applicable his ex...
 
  Which Cola does your Resume Brand you as?
by Nimish Thakkar - Oct, 2010
As top Cola brands fought to capture and sustain market share in an oversaturated soft drinks market, some very valuable marketing and branding lessons surfaced. What we learnt from the “Cola Wars” was that the fittest brand did not always thrive. On the contrary, ultimate success was the result of a shrewd branding strategy, one that truly differentiated the product from the crowd of “me too” competitors. To combat 9.5% un...
 
  Investing in an Interview
by Sherri Edwards - Oct, 2010
1. Know the organization. First of all, if you are only applying to posted roles on Craigslist or Indeed without researching companies ahead of time to be better aware of what is a fit for you, then you have put yourself at a disadvantage. It means you have to act quickly to get attention (within 24 hours), and, you have little time to get in touch with people to learn more before a call from the employer is expected. To...
 
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