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  What's In A Name? A Lot!
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
My first name, Debra, is spelled in a nontraditional way. I spell it out for people, and it still comes back “Deborah.” You would think that I would have become accustomed to this by now, but to be truthful, each time it happens, it’s slightly more annoying than the previous infraction. My name is part of my identity, and when someone can’t be bothered to spell it correctly, I feel a bit marginalized. I work with clients fr...
 
  Career Phases: With master of a skill or skills, can a job burnout be far behind?
by Randy Block - Jun, 2016
Both learning and developing motivate us and keep us alive. As learning/development goes down, our motivation and self esteem tends to hit the skids. Companies encourage us to keep doing what we are doing successfully – and they will pay top dollars to keep you in place. Which phase are you in? Phase One: Considered a relative newbie with a high learning curve. Self-esteem is good as well as motivation. Confidence is...
 
  Authentic Leadership
by Sara Canaday - Jun, 2016
While many professionals today have embraced the popular concept of the “authentic leader,” I often wonder whether that pendulum has swung too far to one side. In fact, this latest trend prompts me to think, “here we go again.” Authentic Leadership Don’t get me wrong; I think authenticity is an important attribute for leaders. It gives them the ability to move through different situations in a more natural way, displayin...
 
  Do Your Best: Have No Regrets
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2016
The greatest satisfaction in my work comes from seeing others thrive in theirs. Whether it’s helping my clients, or you, dear reader, land the job, navigate the work culture, communicate professional skills, or begin the search for something new, I’m thrilled to be of service – helping you do your very best. Doing your best is one of the key ingredients for success and personal freedom, according to author Don Miguel Ruiz....
 
  Unrealistic Expectations - Lighthearted Look At A Serious Situation
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2016
If you encounter the specter of unrealistic expectations in your work environment–from your boss or others–you might wonder how it’s possible to take a lighthearted look at that potentially serious situation. However, I believe a little levity isn’t out of line and could help you navigate such a situation if (or when) you do encounter it. I’m happy to share a few that have occurred to me; feel free to add yours to the l...
 
  More Than Fetching Coffee: How To Build Great Relationships
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2016
With summer intern season about to begin, I wanted to share helpful advice I’ve been reading about making internships truly beneficial for both interns and organizations. What you do to help interns succeed will impact them far beyond this summer. And their contributions can make a real difference to your operations. Start Off On the Right Foot “On the first day of the job, an intern is most likely going to feel a little...
 
  What Will Make You Happiest - A Job or a Calling?
by Kathy Caprino - Jun, 2016
Knowing what you authentically want and need is essential to building a happy, fulfilling life. But thousands of professionals I’ve worked with over the past 11 years dream they want one thing, when in reality, having that thing would make them miserable. I teach about the concept of a “calling” vs. a job, and how you can determine for yourself which you really want and which will make you happiest. Personally, I’ve had bot...
 
  Hedge Your Bets For Career Success
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2016
“If you hedge your bets, you don’t risk everything on one opportunity, but try more than one thing” (www.usingenglish.com). That’s not a bad approach to adopt if you want to pursue long-term career success, as well as shorter-term job satisfaction. The future is necessarily at least somewhat uncertain, unpredictable. Your overall career success could hinge a lot on recognizing this fact and taking preemptive action to incre...
 
  Oxygen's New Show 'Quit Your Day Job' Teaches Entrepreneurs How To Make The Cut
by Kathy Caprino - Jun, 2016
According to a January 2015 report on Gallup, the U.S. Census Bureau reports that the total number of new business startups and business closures per year — the birth and death rates of American companies — have crossed for the first time since the measurement began. Reportedly, 400,000 new employer businesses with one or more employees are being born annually nationwide, while 470,000 per year are dying. Clearly, there’s a...
 
  Are You a Multiplier or a Diminisher
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2016
From academia to the non-profit arena, as well as the corporate world-of-work, I have had many clients who complained about bosses who were ineffective leaders. Were their leaders intelligent and talented people? Yes. But, were they able to lead a team, motivate others, and empower success in their colleagues? Not always! I have come to believe that while some leaders are born, most are developed and our current professiona...
 
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