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  Can Your Brand Survive Career Shifts?
by Abby Locke - Nov, 2015
Today America is in suspense along with thousands of federal employees and government contractors on the passing of the budget. Any shutdown to government operations has hard-hitting impact to the economy...but without getting into a political discussion, I want to address how vulnerable ALL of our career are to unexpected changes and setbacks. If you have been following me long enough, you know that I am a big proponet...
 
  How Successful People Set Goals and Follow Through
by Marshall Goldsmith - Nov, 2015
The typical advertisement or “infomercial” – designed to help people “get in shape” – provides a great example of what not to do in goal-setting. The message is almost always the same, “For an ‘incredibly small’ amount of money – you can buy a ‘revolutionary’ product – that is ‘unbelievably easy’ and ‘fun to use’. This product will produce ‘amazing results’ ‘in almost no time’ and you will ‘have the body that you always wanted...
 
  Make Your Skeleton Dance to Nail Your Next Interview
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
Do you fear being asked about the rocky performance you had in your last or current job on the next interview? Did you have a less-than-favorable relationship with your CEO recently and you are dreading the interviewer asking the “tell me about how well you worked with your boss” question? Unsure how to handle the skeletons in your closet? I say take it out of the closet and make it dance…. What? It’s a term f...
 
  Students Already Know What It Takes To Be Successful In College
by Bob Roth - Nov, 2015
It has always been a challenge for students to find their own path to success in college. And yet, in reality, we all know what it takes for students to succeed. To make certain that students are on the right path, they should review the following: 1. Sign Up For Classes as Early as Possible - To obtain the classes needed, students should sign up for their courses as soon as they are allowed to do so. Since required clas...
 
  20 Behaviors Even the Most Successful People Need to Stop
by Marshall Goldsmith - Oct, 2015
As a 10-year board member of the Peter Drucker Foundation, I had many opportunities to listen to Peter Drucker, the world’s authority on management. During this time, Peter taught me some very important lessons about life and leadership. One of the greatest lessons he taught me is this: “We spend a lot of time helping leaders learn what to do. We do not spend enough time teaching leaders what to stop. Half of the leaders I...
 
  5 Ways Not To Handle Criticism (And What To Do Instead)
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
“Hey, do you have a moment to chat in my office?” No matter the context, those words can strike fear in the hearts of even the most confident top performer. And sure enough, no matter how well you do at your job, receiving negative feedback from your boss, a client, or even your direct reports can be hard to swallow. Throughout your career, you’ll always be given feedback in some form or another, and it will likely highl...
 
  Bringing Work Home? 5 Tips to Keep Work-Life Boundaries
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
Let’s face it: The traditional 9-to-5 work lifestyle is long gone. For many of us, it’s not unusual to stay at the office until 7 or 8, or to burn the midnight oil working on a freelance gig, startup idea, or extra project to get ahead at work. Even if your company promotes a healthy work-life balance, your workload may get out-of-control busy at some point and you’ll simply need to bring work home in the evenings or ove...
 
  What Caused the Worldwide Productivity Slowdown?
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2015
At a time when business productivity should logically be speeding up, why is the opposite is happening? While skimming the paper of my youth, the Washington Post, I came across the intriguing headline: Productivity mysteriously goes bust Writer Robert Samuelson goes on to say this about the apparent worldwide productivity slowdown: What’s especially baffling is that, superficially, outside forces seem to favor fast...
 
  Winning at Working: Convenient Mistruths
by Nan S. Russell - Oct, 2015
The subject line of the email read: “We met at …” and the name of a conference where I’d recently spoken. Thinking it was from someone who attended my session, I opened it sooner versus later. “I never heard back from you,” she wrote, “I wanted to take you to lunch or drop by your office to explain my product more.” Since I live and work 2,000 miles from her, I knew she’d confused me with someone, or that we’d never met. I...
 
  3 Indisputable Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Coach!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Oct, 2015
Everyone needs a coach. But, not everyone wants a coach or wants others to know that they need a coach. Some areas welcome coaching. Sports for instance. In sports, we welcome coaching because we need an expert eye correcting our technique, exhorting us to try harder, and reminding us to maintain our poise in the game-day environment of competition. It’s the same in corporate life, where the best leaders function like our f...
 
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