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  10 Tips to Help You Retire Without an Identity Crisis
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2012
If you are still in the world of gainful employment, you probably think you are too busy to think about retirement – after all, it is 3-7 years out. Or, you may be thinking you can just figure it out when you retire because you will have all the time in the world then. But be careful. That thinking can get you into trouble… and unexpectedly create an identity crisis down the line! Whether you are pushed out of your job, or...
 
  Drive Your Own Bus
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
Nailing the job is just the beginning. It’s always a great celebration when someone lands the role of their dreams. Then the real work begins: keeping it. Sometimes the joy of securing the role clouds the need to pay attention to what is happening in the moment as time goes on. Complacency may set in. Things get overlooked. Verbal cues are missed. Then things can start to go downhill. Working with my clients over the e...
 
  I Don't Know What I Want, But This Ain't Doing It
by Thomas J. Denham - Dec, 2012
Are you getting what you want out of life? Do you really know what you want? Are you so caught up in the “busy”-ness of mere day to day living that you sometimes feel you are achieving empty victories? Have you ever asked yourself whether or not you have a clear sense of direction and purpose that inspires and energizes you? Or are you uncertain about what you really want out of life and a career? You are not alone. Un...
 
  Selling Your Idea Internally
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2012
Life in a large organization isn’t always easy for people who want to solve problems. Usually, the issue isn’t coming up with a solution. Rather, it’s convincing other people that the solution is viable and should be implemented. And whether you’re sitting on a blockbuster idea yet or not, now is the time to consider your strategy. Build Your Reputation in Advance In order to diminish the perceived risk of an unusual or...
 
  Staying Ahead of the Curve
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
Jack, be nimble, Jack, be quick, Jack, jump over The candlestick. Jack jumped high Jack jumped low Jack jumped over and burned his toe. Although there are probably not many candlesticks to be jumped over in today’s market, most of us are faced with “mini-fires” every day. Although there are specific disciplines that follow trained approaches to working in Lean or Agile environments, the average worker or...
 
  When Routines Replace Common Sense
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
Every couple of years, my husband and I get in a debate about the term “common sense”. I believe common sense is something people either have or don’t, and he believes that it revolves around skills that are learned. Regardless of wherever it comes from, the question still remains: why don’t more people use it? Each week I receive communications from people that are in dire straits financially. Most have waited more than...
 
  Job Search and Housecleaning: An Odd Couple?
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2012
I am not necessarily recommending that you start your job search planning by literally cleaning your house, but the combination of the two activities is not such an odd couple as you might think at first. Whether you are the kind of person who finds housecleaning (or cleaning in general) therapeutic–I am not!–you could find it useful to consider some of the key aspects of housecleaning and how those might translate to an eff...
 
  Want to get promoted? Don’t overlook this important step!
by Kim Meninger - Dec, 2012
You’re a high performer with a great track record of success. You’ve proven yourself to be a valuable asset to your team. And you consistently invest in professional development opportunities to improve your skills and broaden your experience. So what else do you need to do to get promoted? Many professionals are under the impression that a promotion is a reward for past performance. This is actually not true. Profess...
 
  What Does Your Boss’ Desk Say About His Work Style?
by Barbara Safani - Dec, 2012
Understanding how co-workers and bosses give and receive information is important, and knowing their preferences can help improve communications and general job satisfaction. Savvy professionals are always looking for clues to a person’s preferred style of communication. Most social psychologists recognize that there are four basic temperaments or communications styles. One widely accepted concept for acknowledging the...
 
  The Pros and Cons of Job Hopping
by John Crant - Dec, 2012
My Take on Job Hopping Pros and Cons What do employers think when they see someone has quickly changed jobs several times on their resume? Employers are always looking for a ‘successful hire’, and that means someone who will join their team, stay challenged and motivated in the new role for about 2 years, and then be ready to be promoted to a new role where they will stay challenged and motivated for another 2 years...
 
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