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  Planning for Success Leads to Success
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
Funny how that is! The more I plan, the luckier I am. Luck you may ask? Success doesn’t just happen. It takes thought and preparation. Here are five steps for this month! 1. Separate the nuggets: Become skilled at separating the nuggets of information from the sludge that crosses your desk daily. Be aware that there is such a thing as too much information that can easily cause your leadership brand to get bogged down in mi...
  The Relationship Between Leadership and Empathy
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
I just recently returned from facilitating at a 3-day leadership conference for Abbvie Pharmaceutical Company. A main focus was discussing the importance for leaders to have genuine empathy for others. Now that’s interesting – in a world where we often see people focused on ME, rather than WE. I call this WAM (What About Me)! Webster’s dictionary defines empathy as the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitiv...
  What's Your Industry Brand of Career Success?
by Abby Locke - Aug, 2015
Whether you are actively job hunting, preparing for an interview or about to connect with a new contact, you need to able to articulate your key strengths and unique value proposition. If you have not sat down and evaluated your career success in a long time, now is a good time to start. One of the areas where many senior professionals fall short is capturing strong quantifiable and qualitative achievements relevant to...
  How to Survive and Thrive When You Lose Your Job
by Melody Wilding - Aug, 2015
Losing your job hurts. Companies use fancy terms to describe it – downsizing, reorganization, consolidation, re-engineering. Whatever way you slice it, the simple truth is you’re out of work. Getting laid off is never happy news. Suffering a job loss sucks. It stings to hear you’re not needed anymore. It’s painful to pack up your belongings and leave a place you have become attached to. It feels like a betrayal to be...
  Career Advice From High Achievers
by Stacy Harshman - Aug, 2015
I am always curious to know how people have succeeded in their careers so I love to gather quotes from those who have achieved much. Below is the advice from successful people from many different walks of life, representing several different career paths. Choosing your career Steve Jobs definitely knew success. Walter Isaacson, his official biographer, described him as the “creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection...
  Enjoying Regular Downtime Makes You More Productive
by Beverly Jones - Aug, 2015
One of my first coaching clients, who I'll call "Jake," was a workaholic lawyer. Jake was ambitious and said he hoped a short series of coaching sessions would help him spot ways to make his thriving law practice even stronger. Because Jake wanted to become more efficient, we spoke at length about how he managed his time. His work style was to put in long hours on billable projects, and avoid "wasting time" on law firm ma...
  Simple Ain't Easy!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Aug, 2015
As an executive coach, I’ve been helping successful people achieve positive lasting change in behavior for more than thirty-five years. Most of my clients embrace the opportunity to change, and most are aware of the fact that behavioral change will help them become more effective leaders, partners, and even family members. A few are not. My process of helping clients is straightforward and consistent. I interview and liste...
  5 Productivity Hacks to Reach Inbox Zero & Reclaim Control
by Melody Wilding - Aug, 2015
When was the last time your inbox was empty? Sometimes I feel as if I spend the entire day just answering emails, without ever finding the time to get to more important projects and tasks. When it comes to email, there’s an inherent pressure and urgency to the task. It’s easy to feel as if we should be constantly checking emails and responding quickly…or we risk the potential of being seen as lazy, unorganized, and unpro...
  AIIM Reports Slow Uptake of Paper-Free Processes
by Alexandra Levit - Aug, 2015
Paper-free is catching on, but not as quickly as you’d think. Last year, the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) surveyed over 500 constituents to learn more about the adoption of paper-free processes. In the research, 68 percent of respondents said they believe paper-centric processes to be unacceptable, yet 21 percent find their paper use to be increasing. Although the thousands of external paper do...
  Resume Tips I: Nine Facts about Accomplishments
by Robin Schlinger - Aug, 2015
To begin, we should define that word “accomplishment.” Here are three examples of what a resume accomplishment is and is not: ◾An accomplishment is not the same as a task. For example, the task is “filing”; the accomplishment is computerizing 5 years of paper files to make access more efficient and widespread throughout the company. ◾An accomplishment is not the same as a skill. For example, the skill is the...
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