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  Two Words That Will Kill Any Conversation
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
It doesn’t matter how friendly your tone is or how honey sweet you’re in a conversation and you start your sentences with one of these words (or both), the message to your recipient is “You are wrong.” What are these conversation stopping words? They are “No” and “But.” These words don’t say, “Let’s discuss this” or “I’d love to hear what you think about this” to people. They say, unequivocally, “You are wrong and I am r...
 
  Resume Tips To Land A Corporate Job After Owning Your Own Business
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2016
Trying to land a new job can be difficult, even during the best of times. If you have recently owned a business and are now trying to reenter the work force, you know what we mean. Writing a resume when you have owned your own company can be even more difficult, but resume tips from an expert can make life much easier! “Owning a business” means being self-employed. And if you’ve been self-employed for any length of ti...
 
  Swarming: The Next Big Thing in Agile or Buzz Kill?
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
Gartner has predicted that the swarm will be the future of teams, but what are the advantages and disadvantages of such an arrangement? Mid-century work teams will be temporary in addition to virtual. The growth of contract work and the specialization of organizations will spell the end for stable groups that work together a long time. Teamwork will still be valued and rewarded, but the teams themselves will form and disban...
 
  Is Your Job Stressful?
by Carole Kanchier - Feb, 2016
Numerous studies show that job stress is the major source of stress for American adults and that it has escalated progressively over the past few decades. Occupational stress has been defined as a "global epidemic" by the United Nations' International Labor Organization. As for business, The World Health Organization estimates that stress costs American businesses $300 billion dollars a year in absenteeism, lower productivi...
 
  LinkedIn Job Search: True Story of a LinkedIn Letter that got Noticed!
by Sharon Cohen - Feb, 2016
One of my most popular workshops and career coaching topics is "LinkedIn Email Outreach Letters." Many people want to do this, but aren't sure how to navigate the technical intricacies and the etiquette. Recently, I helped a new, business client optimize his LinkedIn profile to attract employers. We optimized all the key sections based on his strengths and career goals. Then, we crafted a targeted LinkedIn Letter to a recr...
 
  The 5 Biggest Mistakes Career Changers Make
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
As a career coach and a career reinventer myself, I can confidently say that changing your career to something that is more suited to your values, needs, skills, and interests, is doable today, even in these tough economic times. But to switch careers effectively and achieve a positive outcome, you need four things: clarity, courage, confidence, and competence. Without these, you’ll most likely struggle hard and fail. Furthe...
 
  Win the Big Ones. Let Go of the Rest
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
The most common problem faced by the very successful executives I meet is wanting to win too much. Winning is, of course, not bad thing — quite the opposite. But the desire to win can become a problem, especially when the topic is meaningless or trivial. To gauge my clients’ “addiction to winning,” I present them with the following case study: You want to go to dinner at restaurant X. Your spouse, partner, or friend want...
 
  How Closing Your 3 Gaps - Beliefs, Values, and Time - Dramatically Improves Your Life and Work
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
Part of the series “Living and Working Better” Almost 10 years ago now, I embarked on a yearlong qualitative research study for my first book Breakdown, Breakthrough on how women experience what they perceive to be professional “crisis,” and how they overcome it. More than one hundred riveting personal interviews later, complete with intimate, revealing details on how professional women transform all aspects of their lives,...
 
  How To Get Back On Track After Working In A Job Outside Your Usual Career Path
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2016
Problematic situations. That is why most of our clients come looking for resume help. You are not alone! There are plenty of good reasons you may have left your career… Your spouse took a great job in a new city, and since you weren’t really ready to be single, you quit your job and went with. Or, you reached that point in your life where you wondered if maybe you could be a ________ (fill in the blank with that thing you a...
 
  12 Ways Project Management is Evolving According to Gartner
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
“The basic building blocks for digital services and products … have become so evolved, inexpensive, and ubiquitous, that they can be easily combined and recombined.” — The Economist, January 2014 As the data age marches on, IT and business become even further intertwined. Where do project managers fit in the radically new IT ecosystem that will be a reality by 2020? On his recent Project Management in 2020 webinar, Gartner...
 
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