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  "Painting the Picture" for Your Network
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
I just wrapped up a call with another one of my high-performing coaching clients. I often find, as I did in this situation, that a learning point emerges from my conversations with these bright, super-talented individuals. In reflecting back on this call, the learning point was the reminder to myself that it is up to each of us to ENSURE that we have EDUCATED our contact network -- i.e., our clients, prospective clients,...
 
  4 Tips for Giving Your Entry-Level Resume Veteran Appeal
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
Are you feeling a tad bit intimidated because you’re currently crafting your entry-level resume and worry that you don’t have enough experience to make your resume look impressive? Don’t worry! The key to resume success is to boost your current qualifications—even if you’re on a low rung of the corporate ladder. Giving yourself veteran appeal is easier than you think. 1. Reel Them In With a Great Job Target Just like...
 
  5 Ways to Make Your Executive Thank-You Letter Count
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
Networking skills are of extreme importance when functioning at any spot on the corporate ladder, but as an executive you have even more work to do. As you know, a part of networking is communicating after you’ve completed the interviewing process. This can easily be accomplished by sending out a thank-you letter. Thank-you letters show just how much you appreciated the opportunity to apply. But not only that, they also...
 
  A Failed Opportunity and a Learning Lesson at the Drugstore
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
"It is still not enough for language to have clarity and content... it must also have a goal and an imperative. Otherwise from language we descend to chatter, from chatter to babble and from babble to confusion." - Rene Daumal When people ask you what you do for a living, what is it that you tell them? Do they understand it well enough to send a referral to you who could benefit from what you do -- a truly viable pr...
 
  An Employee Funk Rescue Tactic–Watch ‘Em Work. | Tailored Motivation
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Motivating employees should be high on a supervisor’s to-do list. Too often, though, what’s tried falls flat. Not every employee needs or wants: A go-team pep talk Artery-clogging donuts at staff meetings Certificates for weekly productivity achievements Public praise for a job well done (Many dread this) Brown bag lunches with the boss That said, employees do want and need reasons to stay motivated. No easy form...
 
  Be a Rising Star: 6 Types of Savvy For High Potential Leaders
by Suzanne Bates - Sep, 2011
Over the years as our team has coached C-suite leaders, we've noticed that the succession planning process really hasn't changed. Senior leaders secretly (or not so secretly) tolerate or outright ignore attempts to make the process fair and scientific. It's just human nature. Confident leaders are paid to use their judgment. And they pride themselves on judging leadership talent. My friends in HR have a hard time accept...
 
  Be Yourself, Only Better
by Walter Akana - Sep, 2011
Recently, I posted to Instagram a photo of myself at the gym. I was wearing a Mizuno T-shirt emblazoned with Japanese characters, and the phrase, “Be Yourself, Only Better." Later that day, a Japanese Instagram friend posted the simple comment, “Me too” – along with the same Japanese characters. Curious, I went to Google Translate and found that “limit challenge” is the literal translation. I was intrigued, and even more so, o...
 
  Breaking Into the Hospitality Industry Requires the Right Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
The hospitality industry is wonderfully vast, providing interested job seekers a wide array of professional options. Whether you’re looking to be an executive chef or a hotel accountant, there is something for you to do that you’ll love. Because there are so many opportunities for employment in hospitality, some think that it’s easier to enter this industry than others. In some respects, this may be true, depending on the...
 
  Career Disappointments Gnawing at You? Reset Expectations.
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
High hopes fall hard. We don’t always get what we want even when we: - Work hard - Plan ahead - Get good grades or evaluations - Know the right people - Play by the rules That’s because careers are about competition. Our success comes from meeting our employer’s expectations better than someone else would. Disappointments are about us. We get disappointed when our career expectations aren’t met. Eac...
 
  How Becoming the Boss Can Change You
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Faults are often easier to see in others than ourselves. As employees we’re daily observers and targets of our supervisor’s style. What we see reflects what our supervisors have become. If we’re lucky, we’ve got a good boss. If not, we’d like to run for the hills. It’s hard to believe that ineffective supervisors used to be regular employees, like us. They had the same expectations from their own bosses for: - Hones...
 
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