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  Boost Your Brand, Lose The Ego
by Abby Locke - Aug, 2015
We have all experienced are at a networking event or social gathering and there is that one person who is doing everything to get attention. Now, when it happens to me, I naturally get curious. I want to know the person’s story, check out his/her career background, review the professional resume and learn the real deal. Well, just last week, I decided to do a Google search on a new contact and well...there was...
  Commuting & Waiting: 3 Ways to Diffuse a Ticking Time Bomb
by Michelle Kerrigan - Aug, 2015
If you’re like me, and commute from the suburbs to the city, you’ve logged some serious hours of travel time: on the LIRR, the subway, and bus. Then, there’s the seemingly endless waiting time: in lines and at appointments. It’s enough to make you feel like you’re wasting (and waiting) your life away and it can create more stress than necessary. That’s why, as an experienced lady-in-waiting, I’ve come up with a few ways to...
  Leadership: From Good to Great
by Michelle Kerrigan - Aug, 2015
Good Leadership = vision + strategy + people Great Leadership = vision + strategy + people + process + execution Many leaders have great vision: they see where they want to take their companies in the coming years, and map out their strategies accordingly. But, what’s often missing is skill and confidence in execution. Many people say that execution is not part of a leader’s role. I couldn’t disagree more. Executio...
  Nuggets Of Wisdom From A to Z
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
Since so many of you have told us that you like these A-Z articles, here’s another one to chew on this summer. Attitude affects activity. If you add all the letters in the word ATTITUDE – they add up to 100. Attitude affects 100% of how you approach life – at work and at home. Begin now! As Mark Twain said, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” Capitalize on your strengths. Don’t let your weaknesses get in...
  Planning for Success Leads to Success
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
Funny how that is! The more I plan, the luckier I am. Luck you may ask? Success doesn’t just happen. It takes thought and preparation. Here are five steps for this month! 1. Separate the nuggets: Become skilled at separating the nuggets of information from the sludge that crosses your desk daily. Be aware that there is such a thing as too much information that can easily cause your leadership brand to get bogged down in mi...
  The Relationship Between Leadership and Empathy
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
I just recently returned from facilitating at a 3-day leadership conference for Abbvie Pharmaceutical Company. A main focus was discussing the importance for leaders to have genuine empathy for others. Now that’s interesting – in a world where we often see people focused on ME, rather than WE. I call this WAM (What About Me)! Webster’s dictionary defines empathy as the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitiv...
  What's Your Industry Brand of Career Success?
by Abby Locke - Aug, 2015
Whether you are actively job hunting, preparing for an interview or about to connect with a new contact, you need to able to articulate your key strengths and unique value proposition. If you have not sat down and evaluated your career success in a long time, now is a good time to start. One of the areas where many senior professionals fall short is capturing strong quantifiable and qualitative achievements relevant to...
  How to Survive and Thrive When You Lose Your Job
by Melody Wilding - Aug, 2015
Losing your job hurts. Companies use fancy terms to describe it – downsizing, reorganization, consolidation, re-engineering. Whatever way you slice it, the simple truth is you’re out of work. Getting laid off is never happy news. Suffering a job loss sucks. It stings to hear you’re not needed anymore. It’s painful to pack up your belongings and leave a place you have become attached to. It feels like a betrayal to be...
  Resume Tips II: Resume Headlines Make a Difference
by Robin Schlinger - Aug, 2015
The headline on your resume (the line immediately under your name and contact information) briefly describes the position you want. It might make the difference between a resume that is read and one that is ignored. Keep the following rules in mind. Rule 1. Do not block yourself from consideration by focusing on a job title that is too narrow. First, your skills, accomplishments, and education might fit you for many differe...
  Seven Good Reasons for a Summertime Job Search
by Lisa Rangel - Aug, 2015
For anyone considering a job shift, or currently seeking employment, there are some compelling reasons not to take the summer off. Dropping out of the market for two or three months leaves you out of the flow—and out of the running when new opportunities arise. Keep in mind that the slow-down of the summer holidays affects business, but not necessarily the hiring cycle. Even six years after the end of the Great Recession, t...
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