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  Baby-sitting Your Job or Owning It? A Career Differentiator
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
obs are precious these days. Most careers are made up of jobs we¡¯ve loved and others that felt like a long trek across the desert with an empty canteen. It¡¯s tempting to grouse when we see our jobs as: ¡öBoring and repetitive ¡öUncreative and confining ¡öUnchallenging and limiting If we¡¯re not complaining that the work isn¡¯t exciting enough, we¡¯re dissing on the boss who isn¡¯t doing something about it. It...
 
  Career Alert: “Your Employer Brands You. Take It or Leave It.”
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Companies are credentials. Who we work for says a lot about us. Just ask any resume screener or hiring manager. This reality adds to the job search and career building pressures that are already intense enough. No one ever said this career success thing was going to be easy. What’s in a name? Here’s how it happens: Organizations have their own identities. They are defined by the mission, decisions, and performance...
 
  Employees Draining Your Time? Try ¡°Monkey Management.¡±
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Time is a resource we control. If we don¡¯t, we get stressed like when: ¡öWe¡¯re up against a deadline ¡öWork volume is overtaking us ¡öWe need help ¡öPriorities conflict We¡¯re not much fun to be around when we¡¯re on edge. Time stress affects the way we relate to our peers and employees. It makes decision-making more difficult and less reliable. It takes its toll. Avoiding the time drain trap People are often...
 
  Pretty Good at Managing Employee Performance? What About Bob?
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Go to training. Learn how to manage people. Go back to your work group and deliver all those promised results. Sweet! Ugh…then reality turns sweet into sour. Live situations don’t match the training role plays or the workbook exercises. Our success as managers is a function of our ability to select and apply the best practices we need to solve the performance issues staring at us. Here’s a test case for you the puzz...
 
  tweet# tweet# tweet#
by Suzanne Bates - May, 2011
Perhaps recently you’ve been in a conversation with business friends when the topic of Twitter comes up. It usually goes something like this. “I don’t get this Twitter thing. What’s the point?” “Who has time?” “Tweet, twit, I don’t even know the terminology.” “You know it is interesting, I just don’t know what the business application would be.” “One of those passing fads.” Now comes news from Wall Street t...
 
  3 Easy Ways to Overcome the Challenge of Resume Writing
by Laura Smith-Proulx - May, 2011
Trying to get your job search off to a strong start – only to be hampered by the resume-writing process? Do you struggle to articulate the high points of your career and brand - or to sum up the reasons you should be considered over others? If so, you have plenty of company, especially if your career is at the executive or senior professional level. Many leaders have discovered that it’s easier to actually drive change,...
 
  A Little Good Job Market News for a Change
by Wendy Enelow - May, 2011
I just received an update from Indeed.com on current employment trends by industry and city. (Indeed.com is a job site that will search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages for you.) Their analysis shows that 10 out of 13 industries which they track generated more job postings in April than they did in any other month so far this year. Among the notable trends were a 25% quarterly growth in Transp...
 
  Action Is Essential To Career Success
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - May, 2011
Are you working on your career goals regularly or just thinking about them? Are you moving forward a little bit every day or waiting for the right time to begin? Goals don’t get realized on their own. They get completed and achieved when you are working on them. Work on your goals and you will reach them. Work on something else and your goals will take a back seat. Nothing great happens in your career without your activ...
 
  Align Your Career for the Best Culture Fit
by Debra Wheatman - May, 2011
As a job seeker, it is important to look not only at the role you will be playing, but where you will be playing it. You don’t want to land in the wrong sandbox. The importance of a good cultural fit and positive office environment should not be treated as the step child. Accepting a job within an organization that is not aligned with your style can turn into a nightmare. (Think Cinderella’s coach turning back into a pumpki...
 
  Are Career Objectives on Résumés History?
by Debra Wheatman - May, 2011
Dear Deb, Q. I have been looking at résumé samples on the internet and many of them have Objectives. I was told that Objectives are no longer used on résumés. Now I am confused. Is it true that Career Objectives are history? - D.P, Los Angeles, CA A. While there are times that a candidate will want to convey specific information about what he is seeking in a job, it is definitely better to keep the focus on what the co...
 
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