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  Avoid Network Tunnel Vision
by Sherri Edwards - May, 2016
It’s commonly understood that there are many reasons to network with professionals in your field. What is not as widely recognized is the need to network with others outside of your field of interest and the benefits that can be gained. Networking outside of your comfort zone can lead to unexpected learning opportunities that can add to your development as a responsible citizen, employee or emerging leader. To start thinkin...
 
  Cutting Corners is a Rotten Choice
by Georgia Adamson - May, 2016
Companies that are in a financial bind or aggressively determined to steamroller over their competition can view cutting corners as a viable option. By that, I mean that they take actions such as using inferior materials for their products or providing misleading information to convince potential customers to use their services rather than a competitors’. Why should you care? I can think of at least two reasons: 1.Your e...
 
  Can You Be Too Friendly With Customers?
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
By 2020, customer experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator, according to a recent Customers 2020 Report. Increasingly, customers of small businesses may be expecting owners to know their individual needs in detail and go out of their way to personalize offerings and the shopping experience. When this is done properly, repeat business can be the result. But what happens when you please the c...
 
  How to Overcome Resistance to Social Media + Enhance Your Career
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - May, 2016
For those people knee-deep in daily social media chatter, it may seem that everyone else is similarly active. Perhaps even, you judge anyone who opts out of social media as out of touch or an outlier, negligently avoiding this global, career- and life-boosting forum. Conversely, you may be the social media outlier above the fray, or think that it’s simply too noisy and unkempt. Maybe you feel that involving yourself in the...
 
  Let's Talk Politics! (Office Politics, That Is)
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2016
The phrase “office politics” makes some people queasy. Maybe that’s because we tend to associate “politics” with people who are looking out for No. 1. Those who will say anything to get ahead. The backstabbers. The gossipers. Very House of Cards. But office politics is a different game – and one that savvy professionals know they have to play. That’s why it’s important to reframe your view of office politics and think about...
 
  Ideas for recreating your life
by Beverly Jones - May, 2016
In “Life Reimagined – The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife,” NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty shares the story of her own middle age challenges. She writes with humor and honesty about her concerns about aging and her efforts to rethink her career. And at the same time she takes a deep dive into cutting-edge research that could change how you think about life for people in their 40’s, 50’s and beyond. After inte...
 
  There really isn't a magic pill for an effective job search
by Sherri Edwards - May, 2016
Sometimes people come to me with unrealistic expectations. It’s not unusual for people to believe a career coach will “get them a job,” just as many people assume a recruiter will “get them a job.” In each case, their expectations are hopeful but unrealistic. As a career coach, I can help someone develop a strategy for getting a job, assist with creating all the tools required and guide their preparation. I can also help pe...
 
  Why You're Drifting Farther Away From What You Want, And How To Stop
by Kathy Caprino - May, 2016
In working with hundreds of career professionals each year to “dig deep, discover their right work, and illuminate the world with it,” I know this: Without a compelling, heart-centered life plan, and without fiercely protecting our priorities and boundaries, we simply can’t muster the energy, focus or power to craft our lives as we dream them to be. To learn more about how to develop a life plan that will get you on track q...
 
  What Are Your Business Goals
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
Small-business activity is on the rise, according to the National Federation of Independent Business’s chief economist William Dunkelberg. Not counting seasonal variations, 55 percent of owners have recently hired or are planning to hire new staff, 23 percent are raising worker compensation, and 11 percent plan to create new jobs. I asked four small-business owners how they are taking their enterprises to the next level thi...
 
  Job Hopping on Resume Still a Red Flag?
by Jean Cummings - May, 2016
Traditionally – pre-2008 meltdown but definitely before the dot-com boom – having too many jobs in short period of time on a candidate's resume was clearly an issue for hiring authorities. They assumed the person would be a short-term employee and reduce the ROI from recruiting, onboarding, and training them. Recruiters believed that short stints at several companies showed that the applicant wasn't committed, got easily bo...
 
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