Trickle Down Leadership
by Suzanne Bates - Sep, 2011
Unless you have a small business, and by that I basically mean you, your dog and your thoughts, you have to communicate the big picture to other people. Your vision has to do more than trickle down; it needs to flow. Sounds simple. Until you become a leader and you realize how hard it really is. The other day my husband and I decided to try out a new restaurant. I called around noon for a 6 pm reservation. There was...
Turning lemons into lemonade
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2011
Finding your dream job sounds great right, but what if you can’t just jump ship? What if you’re stuck in your job for the time being because of financial reasons for example? I was talking to a client Anna about this the other day—sometimes we just have to make the best of where we are now. She can’t just quit her job; she’s in a dual income household that relies on her income. So for the moment at least, she has to make the b...
Unleashing the Career Superstar in You—Ready?
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Superstars aren’t just sports and entertainment icons. They’re also us. Every workplace and every career has its superstars. There’s no reason why you aren’t among them. By definition superstars are individuals in prominence who attract attention. Look around: That’s lots of people you know. We have to perform well and consistently to be considered a superstar in our line of work. On-the- job superstars are those indispe...
Updated Networking Stats
by Jan Melnik - Sep, 2011
Job seekers still rank networking as the #1 way by which to find their next gig — but Internet job boards took a jump up in prominence. According to the Sept. 2, 2011, issue of Human Resource Executive, in 2010, 41% of new career opportunities were secured through traditional networking. An amazing 25% of new positions were secured through the Internet job boards. Right Management in Philadelphia conducted the survey with 59,1...
Utilizing Keywords to Strengthen Your Executive Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
The process of writing an executive resume can be extensive to say the least. There are many considerations you’ll want to keep in mind along the way in order to ensure you catch the attention of recruiters and hiring managers who read your document. One key component of strengthening your resume is incorporating the right keywords. There are some keywords that you could use to add great depth to your executive resume whi...
What to Eat Before an Interview
by Miriam Salpeter - Sep, 2011
No detail is too small when you're job hunting. You don't want to wait until the last minute to decide what you'll wear to an interview, or what you'll say when they ask, "Why should we hire you?" You want to bring your "A game" to every conversation. Knowing what to eat for peak performance may be as important before a big meeting as it is when training for a marathon. Athletes know how to load up on all the right foods an...
Why is Your Professional Brand the Best?
by Debra Wheatman - Sep, 2011
If you don’t know the answer to this question, it may be time for you to figure out the true differentiators that make you #1 in the job market. Creating a professional brand image for your career growth is not something that happens overnight. It is something that you build over time. How can you create a personal brand and a professional brand image that is unique, if you are not sure what it is about YOU that makes you...
8 Pillars of Leadership Wisdom
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2011
I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients – the president of a professional services firm. We had a collaborative coaching conversation discussing the comp0nents of wisdom. My executive coaching client and I discussed how judgment, social intelligence and core values have influenced his ability to make wise decisions. I am coaching my client to tap into his wisdom and creativity....
Say Something, If You See or Hear Something
by Bob Roth - Sep, 2011
Almost all college students will be exposed to the offensive words and behaviors of other students, as they move through their college years. Some of those disturbing incidents and experiences will simply be minor, while others may be deadly serious. Either way, it is clear that students are likely to find themselves on the front lines of illegal and dangerous behavior. Therefore, it is important for students to say somethi...
Are you living the dream?
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2011
On a recent group career coaching call, my clients Josh and Aleks both brought up the importance of being dedicated to your dream in order to make it happen. Josh said, “I’ve spent the last 15 years of my life doing something I’m not really happy with and I look back and wonder what happened!” Don’t let this be you guys. You have to touch your dream every day. I don’t care what it is, it can be online research, talking to a...
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