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  3 Mistakes Employees Make When Preparing To Get a Promotion
by Dorothy Montgomery - Nov, 2014
Are you feeling stuck in your career? Have you been passed by for promotion or just trying to see the roads of opportunity ahead? We have felt this way at some time or other in our career. People are often led to believe that promotions come: to those who are lucky (just happened to be in the right place at the right time); to those who manage-up well (become their boss’s favorite); as part of the job (entitlement)....
 
  Got The Sunday Night Career Blues?
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Nov, 2014
The way we feel about our job at any given time can vary depending on a wide array of factors: how a particular project is going; technical issues; how well staff is performing; etc. However, when you have a chronic case of the Sunday Night Blues – dreading the return to work each Monday – that’s a sign that it’s time to consider changing jobs or possibly even careers. In a recent LinkedIn post, Sallie Krawcheck, former ban...
 
  You’re Fired! Dealing with Unexpected Career Transitions (Part 2)
by Kalindi Garvin - Nov, 2014
“You’re Fired” Somehow, it seems much more benign when Donald Trump says those two words at the end of every episode of The Apprentice. But when those words are directed to you, you may be shocked. What you do next, however, can make the difference in the length of time you’re unemployed, and how you fare financially. Generally, you’ll be told of your termination in a face-to-face meeting. The meeting might be led by you...
 
  Learning Resilience For a Changing World
by Carole Kanchier - Nov, 2014
How do you react to unexpected challenges? Do you rebound from major setbacks stronger than before? Or do you play the victim, blame others? It's essential to strengthen resilience to adapt and succeed in changing times. How resilient are you? Answer "yes" or "no." 1. I like trying new ways of doing things. 2. I find it challenging to recover emotionally from losses. 3. I adapt quickly to new situations. 4. I can't...
 
  Finish Strong! Are you stretching toward your career goals or just coasting?
by Dorothy Montgomery - Nov, 2014
I’m always inspired by John C. Maxwell’s writing. If you don’t know who John Maxwell is—he’s a leadership expert, speaker, a best-selling author and founder of EQUIP and the John Maxwell Company which has trained more than 5 million leaders worldwide. One of my favorite John Maxwell quotes is this: “When you made the choice to start you made the choice to finish.” Everyday we make choices to either stretch or coast to...
 
  Dealing with Unexpected Job Loss
by Kalindi Garvin - Nov, 2014
Fired. Laid off. Let go. Downsized. Right-sized. These are all euphemisms for unemployment. No matter what you call it, it means you’re out of a job. Whether you think you might be in danger of losing your job, or you’ve already gotten the axe, this guide will help you make the successful transition to your next job. What’s important to remember is that you can be great at your job and still lose it. The economy, changes...
 
  You Are What You Accomplish
by Bob Roth - Nov, 2014
It is not how hard we work at something; rather, it's all about the results we achieve. Employers hire people who can get things done well. Because activity without results amounts to little, we know that results are more important that activity alone. Example: Let's say that you volunteer to lead a fundraising drive for your favorite charity. You and your team work sixteen hours a day for twenty-one straight days, in an...
 
  Road Warriors: Worried About Staying Productive During the Holidays? Here Are the Top Things You Need!
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2014
As the new productivity expert for the Hyatt Place Seamless Travel Series, I’ll be sharing my personal advice about maximizing your efficiency on the road and making your travel experience just right from start to finish. Through the series, a lot of travelers have said they want to know what to bring to keep productivity up while traveling. With the busy holiday season approaching – a time when busy professionals are juggl...
 
  The Edge Walkers and Culture Change - Corporate Culture Drives Results
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2014
Come to the Edge “Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It's too high! COME TO THE EDGE! And they came, And he pushed, And they flew.” - Christopher Logue I’ve learned over the years that my most effective executive coaching leadership clients know the “why” of what they are passionate in achieving. They get excited in my office telling me inspiring stories of their hopes and struggles. They have a...
 
  The Edge Walkers and Resonance
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2014
Come to the Edge “Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It's too high! COME TO THE EDGE! And they came, And he pushed, And they flew.” - Christopher Logue I’ve learned over the years that my most effective executive coaching leadership clients know the “why” of what they are passionate in achieving. They get excited in my office telling me inspiring stories of their hopes and struggles. They have a...
 
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