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  From “En Garde” to Guard Down. No Epees Required! Penetrating Arm’s Length Relationships
by Dawn Lennon - Jul, 2010
Have you ever watched modern fencing? It’s a fascinating Olympic sport of controlled swordplay—the “act of defending.” Fencing garb is pretty intimidating: a tough nylon or Kevlar jacket, plastron (under arm protection), knickers, a chest protector (just for women!), gloves, and a mask—all puncture resistant. Fencing is serious business. So how about the “fencers” you work with? The people always in the act of defending th...
 
  Seven Reasons Why College Grads Can't Find A Job
by Bob Roth - Jul, 2010
Approximately 3.5 million students graduate from college each year. However, most people don't realize that more than a million of those students fail to find a good job, a job that pays well and has career potential. In fact, in tough times, the number of unemployed or underemployed college graduates can easily approach two million. Importantly, there are clear and specific reasons why so many college seniors and recent...
 
  Four Job Search Frustrations - Fixed
by Kevin Donlin - Jun, 2010
I recently reviewed several hundred emails from job seekers across the country. As you might imagine, many things are bugging many job seekers in this economy. But I boiled their frustrations down to four common ones. Here they are, with suggested solutions. Which of them apply to you? Frustration #1: “I submit my resume for a posted job and never hear back from employers. Did they even read my resume?” Solut...
 
  The Roadblocks to Working from Home
by Shweta Khare - Jun, 2010
No matter how sane and sound advice you receive on working from home the roadblocks are ever present and often times tough to navigate. An effective work-from-home routine depends on how well you manage to navigate past these obstacles and eventually work toward eliminating some of them. Child care Dilemma If you have young kids at home it is best to have them at school or under child care when working from home, it is e...
 
  Engaging in Fierce Conversations - Leading Real Change
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
I recently led a couple of workshops on emotional intelligence and assertive communication for some of my San Francisco Bay Area clients. One of the HR Directors asked me if I could write up some of the techniques and tools we covered in my “Emotionally Intelligent Conversations” workshop. The following are some tips you can use for better conversations at work, particularly difficult conversations that have to deal with co...
 
  How to Lead Change - Leading Change One Conversation at a Time
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
I recently led several workshops on emotional intelligence and assertive communication for some of my San Francisco Bay Area clients. One of the HR Directors asked me if I could write up some of the techniques and tools we covered in my “Emotionally Intelligent Conversations” workshop. The following are some tips you can use for better conversations at work, particularly difficult conversations or conversations that have to...
 
  Leading Change – Engaging in Fierce Conversations
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
I recently led a couple of workshops on emotional intelligence and assertive communication for some of my San Francisco Bay Area clients. One of the HR Directors asked me if I could write up some of the techniques and tools we covered in my “Emotionally Intelligent Conversations” workshop. The following are some tips you can use for better conversations at work, particularly difficult conversations that have to deal with co...
 
  You Won’t Hire Me Because I’m Unemployed? REALLY?
by Harry Urschel - Jun, 2010
CNN.com posted an article titled “In the job hunt, the stigma of being laid off is hard to erase”. In it, Stephanie Chen, writes: “As if securing work in a jobless recovery isn't tricky enough, being labeled unemployed brings additional obstacles.” I was privileged to be interviewed by Stephanie for this article and quoted briefly: “Many companies will consider hiring jobless applicants, said Harry Urschel, an indepen...
 
  Seven Deadly Workplace Sins (And How To Avoid Them)
by Tai Goodwin - Jun, 2010
Most of us are familiar with the seven deadly sins: envy, lust, greed, etc…This post suggests seven workplace sins that can damage your career. Gossiping: There’s a big difference between staying in the loop and gossiping. Staying in the loop means you keep your eyes and ears open for information about what’s going on in the organization, your department or team. Your focus is on relevant information. Gossiping is malicious...
 
  Three Tips To Shore Up For A Career Flood
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2010
Ankle-deep in water, we waded across the ramp to our dock. The next day, after a satiating weekend of sailing, we returned to the ramp for departure, and alas, the water had risen to our knees. Granted, we had slept the prior night ‘on the water,’ and then sailed through the day, water skimming our hull and sails pulling us through this liquid highway. As sailors, water clearly is our friend, but it was the unexpected cree...
 
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