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  TEN SURE WAYS TO SUCCEED IN THE WORKPLACE
by William Cottringer - Sep, 2011
“The best way to appreciate your job is to imagine yourself without one.” ~Oscar Wilde. It doesn’t matter whether you are engaged in your dream career or just working at a job; not trying your best to succeed at the workplace doesn’t make any sense. It is a third of your life and when not done right, it can lead to a lot of unnecessary unhappiness. Here are ten sure ways anyone can be successful on the job. And, they don’t...
 
  Afraid to Innovate or Don’t Know How? Problem-solving Skills Pay
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
"Innovativeness” is one of those performance appraisal categories that often befuddle supervisors and employees. We often don’t know how the term actually applies to us. After all, we’re just doing our jobs. Innovation seems to have more to do with creative work (maybe in marketing) or in science (like in a lab somewhere). Too often we just don’t think of ourselves as being innovative as we go about our daily work. To inn...
 
  Bankrupt or Flush with Transferable Skills? A Telling Story
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Transferable skills get us hired or promoted. They’re our career currency. Without them, there’s no deal. The more transferable skills we have the more valuable we are. Resumes market them. Interviews showcase them. Can you list your top ten, most marketable transferable skills, right now? Bankrupt or flush? Transferable skills are attached to us all the time, not just at work. It’s time to get a handle on your b...
 
  Bridge Closed! A Leadership Opportunity
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
"Luck comes to a man who puts himself in the way of it. You went where something might be found and you found something, simple as that." - Louis L'Amour, To the Far Blue Mountains I had the pleasure this past Saturday of joining an executive coaching client on a local group bike ride. As a cycling enthusiast, I always welcome such opportunities, and have a number of clients who are excellent riders. Our route was no...
 
  Can You Handle the Heat? A Mental Toughness Test
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Pressure tests our self-confidence and mental discipline. Life is good on the job when predictable conditions give us a clear path for showcasing our talents. That’s when we’re convinced we have what it takes for our next step. Unfortunately, the unpredictable is also predicable. Are you ready for it? Do you know how you’ll handle the heat? Rings of fire No job is immune from surprises that test you. On any day and...
 
  Out of Work? Hire Yourself.
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
You think you can’t. I say you can. Don’t over-think it, make it too big, or get in your own way. Just try it. Plug the gap. Being out of work, creates a glaring gap on your resume. Your work history has come to a (hopefully temporary) dead end. This makes job seekers lose sleep at night and I don’t blame them. So the question is: “What can you do about it?” I say, “Plenty, if you have something of value to...
 
  The Internship Game—Step Up or Get Left Out
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Internships are almost a right of passage to getting hired. The thirst for them has stirred businesses of every stripe to offer internship opportunities, particularly unpaid ones. There’s an upside and a downside to unpaid internships. So you need to know how to get the most “up” out of your choices. Make your free labor pay. The CBS Sunday Morning program ran an eye-opening segment called, “Internships: A foot in...
 
  Turning Employees Around—What It Takes | Feedback Power
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Under-performers are part of the landscape in any workplace. You know who they are and so does your boss. None of us is perfect. Without guidance, it’s easy to adopt behaviors and habits acceptable to us that, ultimately, don’t wear well with others. As employees we need feedback from day one. There is no better (or cheaper) way to teach us the skills and behaviors we need to be successful. Performance feedback is one...
 
  "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...
 
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