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  How to Work on Your Weaknesses (Without Beating Yourself Up)
by Melody Wilding - Jul, 2015
We’ve all had it: that sinking feeling when you just know you’ve bombed at a meeting or presentation. It sucks—and, frankly, it hurts our ego. We all want to be good—scratch that—great at our jobs, so a misstep can leave us feeling vulnerable. In our heads, we start launching harsh internal criticisms, ruminating on our incompetence or how we’re otherwise not up to snuff at the workplace. Cue pity party! But is beating y...
  New Ways of Looking at Career Advancement
by Carole Kanchier - Jul, 2015
What does career growth mean to you? Are your views of career advancement compatible with the changes and challenges of The Digital Age? The Digital Age Ongoing technological, economic, political and social changes are forcing us to rethink our views of work, success and career advancement. Today, nothing is certain. The value of work is judged more by personal and job satisfaction and less by money and position. Suc...
  Your Resume and Your Online Presence
by Robin Schlinger - Jul, 2015
Hiring managers and recruiters troll online looking for candidates even before positions are posted. When you submit an application, they evaluate information from both your resume and from your online presence. It is up to you to control the information they see online. For example: ◾Photos are not recommended for resumes but they occur everywhere online. When you are job hunting, you want those photos to reflect you...
  Next-Level Leadership Attribute #3: Strategic
by Sara Canaday - Jul, 2015
This is part of a series about the attributes and behaviors of professionals who have elevated their leadership impact and reached the next level of success. In my coaching sessions with leaders and high-potentials, I frequently hear comments like this: “My VP has asked me to be more strategic, but I’m not exactly sure what that means—or how to do it.” The lesson here? Companies shouldn’t just assume future leaders understa...
  4 Innovative Networking Tactics That Can Land You A Job
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jul, 2015
Networking has always been essential in professional life, whether you’re searching for a new job or simply looking to expand opportunities in your field. Making connections is what helps you move through the ranks and reveal new pathways you may not have even known existed. However, just as the job market is competitive; trying to stand out from peers and colleagues also requires strategy. Here are four innovative ways to get...
  Accepting Counter Offers is a No-No
by Bernie Frazier - Jul, 2015
As a former recruiting leader, I have encountered numerous times when one of my team members or I would extend a job offer to a candidate only to have their current employer counter it with an offer of their own. Some candidates accepted the counter offer while others said, “Thanks, but no thanks.” I was always surprised (and disappointed) by those who accepted the counter offer for the same reasons I share with you that...
  Apply This Dating Technique to Your Job Search
by Bernie Frazier - Jul, 2015
Whether I’m speaking before audiences or working with clients, I always use analogies. I find they really help to make my points relatable. I’ve shared one with audiences that really seems to resonate about the importance of displaying confidence when searching for a job that I want to share with you. Now men, I’ve learned that I can’t always use you as the target in my analogy because I’ve gotten responses like, “Yeahh...
  Are Business Cards Still a Relevant Networking Tool?
by Rowe Leathers - Jul, 2015
A recent conversation with a colleague left me wondering if using business cards for networking is becoming obsolete. With the growing use of social media, is the business card no longer effective? Worse, does it make one appear dated and – eek! – very “90s”? To some, the use of business cards is no longer relevant. However, it can’t be argued that within a business setting, they make exchanging contact information seamless...
  Cracking the Code on Interview Questions
by Bernie Frazier - Jul, 2015
Several years ago, I interviewed someone for an Executive Administrative Assistant position. Because the previous Assistant left the company after 20 years due to harassment from a peer, I knew the next person coming through the door would have to be strong enough to stand up to the “Bully” to get her to back down. After qualifying her credentials by reviewing her resume and in the phone interview, I invited her to meet with...
  Don’t Quit Your Job!
by Bernie Frazier - Jul, 2015
Having worked for six different companies before branching out into my own business full-time, it seems crazy for me to tell others not to quit their job, but I’m doing it anyway. Why? Because most people quit too soon. No matter where you work, you will always encounter people, processes, systems, etc. that you will want to change. The problem is too many people allow this frustration to grow from a “mole hill to...
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