| Moving Up the Ladder - The Power of Analogies
by John Pollack and Tim Muma - Jan, 2015
There are countless ways to improve your career, including your communication, influence and persuasion in a variety of situations. John Pollack, former presidential speechwriter for Bill Clinton and author of "Shortcut," describes how the use of analogies gets your point across effectively. Whether you're interviewing for a job, leading a presentation, or speaking with a client, John tells Tim Muma that analogies connect the...
| Classroom to Boardroom - Mistakes When Choosing a Major
by Jonathon Ferguson and Tim Muma - Jan, 2015
When looking to set yourself up for success within your career, understanding which major in suits you best can have a big impact. Unfortunately, many students make mistakes when it comes to selecting the most appropriate path for their education. Jonathon Ferguson, the coordinator of the Career Exploration Center at the University of Wisconsin, talks about the common missteps individuals take when choosing a major. He also gi...
| Classroom to Boardroom - Finding a Mentor
by Jenna Atkinson and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
During the college years, finding a mentor can be a valuable part of your learning process. Whether you’re looking for career advice, professional connections, or more – mentors can provide beneficial guidance. Jenna Atkinson, professional speaker and President of Jenna Atkinson Consulting, joins LJNRadio to discuss the importance of a mentor, and how college students can gain knowledge and advice from their mentor. Classro...
| Community Concepts - Disabled American Veterans
by Jeffrey Hall and Cady Chesney - Dec, 2014
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a veteran’s advocacy and assistance group. DAV works to empower veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity, which they accomplish by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the benefits available to them. Jeff Hall, the National Employment Director of DAV, joins the show to share more about how DAV is helping the veterans in your community. Community Concept...
3 New Year’s Resolutions Every Executive Should Make
by Lisa Rangel - Jan, 2015
A new year means new goals and resolutions. Resolutions also typically happen to fall into one of three categories: health, relationships and money. The good news is improving all three of these categories can help advance your career. Below you’ll find three New Year’s Resolutions all executives should make for 2015. 1. Create better work/life balance. “Work/life balance” may seem like a popular buzz wor...
6 Ways You Give Your Power Away at Work
by Michelle Kerrigan - Jan, 2015
There are many ways you give your power away in your career, often without you even knowing it. Here are six that leap to mind, along with solutions for avoiding the power drain: #1: You spend too much time and energy trying to change others. We all do this. We want to change our boss, our co-worker, our husband — you name it. At one time, I felt as though I spent a lifetime trying to change a few people on my team....
Are You Ready For a New Career?
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2015
Are you wondering whether you should make changes in your career -- and life, or stay put? You know that something’s missing but you can’t put your finger on it! Are you satisfied with your job? Respond "yes" or "no:" 1. Is your body sending you messages? Do you have lingering colds? Trouble getting up work days? 2. Are you constantly thinking, “I can hardly wait till Friday?” 3. Do you frequently daydream at...
How to Stay Motivated When You're Not Getting a Raise
by Melody Wilding - Jan, 2015
It’s time for your annual review, and you’re gunning for a raise. You enter the meeting with your boss armed with a list of reasons why you deserve a salary bump—including the extra responsibilities you’ve taken on since a more senior colleague left the company, the major project you spearheaded last month, and the consistent positive feedback you’ve received from your clients, peers, managers, and direct reports over the past...
Your Best is Yet to Come
by Connie Pheiff - Jan, 2015
You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join me. And the world will live as one. ~John Lennon I am proud to say I am a professional speaker, master coach, author, and radio personality. I speak and train at universities, corporations, and trade associations about achievement ~ about how to make it happen now! I’m going to share ideas about achieving more and taking it to the next level...
3 Tips to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Promotion
by Lisa Rangel - Jan, 2015
Promotions at an executive level present a couple of unique problems. First, the jobs are few and far between. This isn’t because of a bad economy, it’s just that the higher level the job the less positions for said job. Second, the competition is fierce. That’s why it’s important to do what you can to make sure you don’t get turned down for a promotion. Use our tips below to better your chances of getting a promotion when...
Troubleshooting: Other Teams' Cooperation or Lack Thereof
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2014
If you’re working with other teams outside your own who are not involved in your daily meetings, they’re not always on the same page as you regarding priorities — and sometimes they can become a roadblock to your team’s progress. How can you address that without causing additional friction? Here's my advice: Getting through organizational roadblocks, or simply trying to persuade a colleague to come over to the side of yo...
Overcoming Challenges & Having It All
by Connie Pheiff - Dec, 2014
Often, when we often talk about overcoming challenges what we really mean is that we are seeking a work-life balance. Finding that balance between family and career, especially as an entrepreneur isn’t an easy task. Sheryl Sandberg says in her book, Lean In, that women face complex challenges... adjustments or differences that we can make ourselves to increase our self-confidence (sit at the table with the big boys), getting o...
8 times to get over your fear of looking like a suckup
by Beverly Jones - Dec, 2014
Fear looking like an apple polisher? It’s probably time to get over it. One of the greatest TV characters ever was Eddie Haskell, Wally Cleaver’s oily conniving friend, still to be seen on reruns of “Leave It To Beaver.” Eddie was an archetype who no decent person wants to resemble — a two-faced sycophant, always scheming and currying favor to promote his plans The fear of looking like a brown noser is so powerful amo...
How to Boost Your Career with a Seasonal Position
by Cathy Francois - Dec, 2014
A seasonal position can be more than just an opportunity to make some extra cash. It could also serve as an opportunity to network within an organization, or feel a position or industry out. When searching for seasonal opportunities, consider your long term career plan and the skills you would like to acquire or enhance. These skills may include customer service, sales, marketing, communication, inventory management, loss prev...
|If you know of an article that should be listed here, please let us know.|
|1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 [Next >>]|
Member of Local JobNetwork™
|Job Seeker Articles|
Jobs by Category
Jobs by Company
Jobs by City
Georgia Employment Resources
Create Your Resume
Social Media Recruiting
|Copyright © 1994-2015 Infosoft Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRKWEB-BOT01||Send comments to email@example.com|