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  Next-Level Leadership Attribute #1: Innovative
by Sara Canaday - Jul, 2015
This blog is part of a series profiling the key attributes of professionals who have elevated their leadership impact. Organizations that want to remain competitive are constantly looking to innovate and evolve. The burden of meeting that necessary yet frustrating goal falls on teams and individuals, so next-level leaders successfully weave innovation into the fabric of everything they do. They constantly think innovatively...
  Next-Level Leadership Attribute #2: Resilient
by Sara Canaday - Jul, 2015
This is part of a series about the attributes and behaviors of professionals who have elevated their leadership impact and reached the next level of success. To read previous posts about next-level leadership, please click here. Today’s global economy calls for some serious staying power. Consider the diverse obstacles facing corporate employees: cost cutting, downsizing, shorter time-to-market cycles, constantly evolving s...
  Procrastination works against you
by Sherri Edwards - Jul, 2015
There will never be more than 24 hours in a day. No matter how much we hope, wish or pray, it just can’t happen. The issue with casually brushing something off to do “later,” at an undetermined “better time,” is that it often becomes assurance it won’t get done at all. For many people, procrastination seems like it is done unconsciously, but it really is a conscious decision or choice not to do something. When you make the...
  Red Teaming with your Co-workers: Get Their Opinion
by Terri Tierney Clark - Jul, 2015
Before the C.I.A. went live with their invasion of Osama Bin Laden’s enclave, they Red Teamed the operation. I had never heard of Red Teaming before this week, but it sounds sexy and mysterious, so no doubt Hollywood will soon turn it into everyday slang. A news show I saw taught me that Red Teaming is testing your strategy with an unaffiliated third party. In the C.I.A.’s case, they went to intelligence experts who had...
  Sometimes you need to step back to get ahead
by Sherri Edwards - Jul, 2015
It happens all the time. A candidate has 8–10 years of experience doing something and wants to change into an entirely new role and new field. The requirements to compete for a senior-level role in the new arena are extremely high and impossible to match when there is no specific evidence of performance in the same function. Although the circumstances may seem the same, being capable and being competitive are two entirely diff...
  Transforming Your LinkedIn Profile
by Abby Locke - Jul, 2015
Whether you are pressing through on your executive job search or working to enhance your online brand, having a strong LinkedIn profile is a vital tool for you. Too many executives do fail when it comes to building an effective and well branded LinkedIn profile. First of all, remember that your LinkedIn profile is one of the best ways to promote your executive brand. The profile provides a permanent, professional link and p...
  Why Going Solo Is A Silly Job Search Strategy (and What To Do Instead!)
by Michelle Dumas - Jul, 2015
It’s no secret that most people view looking for work as one of life’s necessary evils. Can you relate? Most of us have had to do it at some point, but few of us have ever enjoyed the process. Finding a job is often a job in itself. It is time consuming, frustrating at times, sometimes exciting, and just as quickly can turn depressing. In order to succeed you need to put your best foot forward and make full use all th...
  4 Reasons Why Your Resume May Not Make the Cut
by Robin Schlinger - Jul, 2015
Many times your resume is discarded by companies for reasons outside your control: someone internal to the company was promoted into the job, the job requirements or the company’s budget changed or perhaps another candidate simply had more of what the company hoped to find in a new employee. However, the following four situations are under your control. Your resume may not make the cut if: ◾Your resume fails to sp...
  4 Ways to Comfort a Coworker in Crisis (When You Have No Idea How to React)
by Melody Wilding - Jul, 2015
When you spend 40+ hours a week with the same group of people, you can’t help but form bonds. Shared experiences like laughing at office-related inside jokes, dealing with tough bosses, and frequenting favorite lunch spots can turn colleagues into personal friends. You may even come to know about your co-workers’ lives outside of the office. In the modern workplace, it’s not uncommon to spend time with your co-workers out...
  4 Ways To Love Your Work
by Stacy Harshman - Jul, 2015
Do you love what you do? If not, there are adjustments you can make. In the July 2015 issue of Wired Magazine, Daniel Pink (author of To Sell is Human, Drive, and other books about work and behavior) writes about four scientifically proven ways to achieve occupational bliss. Below is a summary of the research studies Pink cites. 1) Customize your job- To understand what makes the happiest workers, Yale School of Manageme...
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