Resiliency-How Do You Measure Up?
by Sherri Edwards - Aug, 2010
This has been a year filled with endings: banks failing, businesses closing their doors, homes going into foreclosure. Everyone has been impacted by the turbulence in the business world, and the need to adjust quickly is greater than ever. If we don’t learn another thing from the economic wake left behind, resiliency is a quality everyone needs to understand and develop to carry on in the years ahead. The initial thought f...
Executive Coaching to Avoid Bad Leadership Decisions
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
A growing body of research reveals that our behavior and decisions are influenced by an array of strong psychological undercurrents, all of which are more powerful and pervasive than we realize. Like streams, they converge to become even more powerful. By charting these undercurrents and their unanticipated effects, we can identify our faulty thinking that lead us to make irrational decisions. Despite a great need for them,...
Stop telling us, start showing us your talents
by Elizabeth Freedman - Jul, 2010
Have you ever thought any of the following: I’m so bored with my job! I could be doing so much more for my clients…but they aren’t using me to my fullest potential! I know that I am capable of doing more than what I am doing and getting paid for. Why can’t anybody else see it? You’ve heard the expression, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Here’s a new expression to consider: It’s not what you know, it’s who yo...
5 Mistakes Job Seekers Make on their Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2010
I’m sitting in front of my computer trying to think of a new way to say the same things I’ve already said a million times. I think I’m beginning to feel border line preachy with my resume and cover letter advice. But I also feel a duty to share with job seekers the blunders and mistakes they make that prohibit them from getting the interview and ultimately the offer. After ten years of working as a human resources manager and ...
How a Vacation Could Save Your Job—and Your Life
by Brad Karsh - Jul, 2010
Question: Is it even worth taking a summer vacation? Conceptually, vacation is a great idea. In fact, that idea keeps many of us going. Work can be tough and even unbearable, but there’s nothing better than the notion of enjoying an entire week with nothing to do except relax on the beach--and getting paid to do it! Yet it rarely plays out that way. A much more likely scenario is one of frantic preparations and a virtu...
Job Quest Underway? Discover Your Buried Treasure--Transferable Skills As Career Doubloons
by Dawn Lennon - Jul, 2010
It’s unnerving to be out of work. Starting the job hunt can be gut-wrenching. We can even get confused about how to answer these simple questions: What do I know how to do? What jobs should I apply for? How do I get started? The temptation is to slap together a resume with a chronology of past jobs, titles, and duties. Then, with guns blazing, fire them out to every job board, classified ad, or on-line posting. Ugh! ...
Start a Career Journal Today
by Andy Robinson - Jul, 2010
One of the ideas that I share with my career coaching clients is to start and maintain a "Career Journal" -- usually in the form of a three-ring notebook. The purpose of the Journal or Notebook is to serve as a placeholder to gather, collect and maintain relevant career development and career management material -- including items such as: 1.Your Professional Development Plan, 2.Your "Learning List" -- things you ne...
A Tale of Two Networkers
by Dawn Bugni - Jul, 2010
Networking. The mere mention of the word strikes terror in the hearts of even the most seasoned professionals. For some reason, the thought of connecting with fellow human beings has become more like something we have to do, instead of something that happens naturally. What used to be pleasant conversation and sharing morphed into to-do list entries and deadlines. We set specific dates and list relevant topics for planned cont...
Twitter Job Search Tips and Tools
by Kevin Donlin - Jul, 2010
Can Twitter help you find a job? Yes. But only if you use it right. It can be a huge challenge sorting the wheat from the chaff on Twitter, where millions of updates appear daily, only a few of which contain useful job-search information. Let’s start at the beginning, then explore two case studies. Twitter is the micro-blogging service that lets users send updates (“tweets”) of 140 characters or less to people ...
Gutsy, Courageous and Fearless (Oh My!)
by Dee McCrorey - Jul, 2010
Some weeks back I was writing a blog post about an upcoming Big Dreamers guest, Allyson Tapin, who I referred to as fearless. It got me thinking about the terms we use interchangeably for outside-the-box behavior: brave, gutsy, courageous, fearless, chutzpah, risktaker to name a few. This reminded me of the classic 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, where the Cowardly Lion hooks up with three pals in search of something differen...
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