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  Overcoming the
by Lindsey Pollak - Aug, 2010
Lots of people are buzzing about the recent New York Times Magazine cover story, “What is it About 20-Somethings?” The article focuses on the fact that today’s 20-somethings are “delaying adulthood” by moving back in with their parents, marrying later and hopping from career to career. The article speculates about whether these shifts are happening because of the current economy, a fundamental change in the definition of a...
 
  Building Positive Leadership –The Brain Power of Negativity
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Do you feel that company leaders and managers at work appreciate you? Do you regularly have the chance to do your best work? Do you have clarity on what is expected of you at work? Does your manager care about you and provide focus? Fully engaged people at work can answer these questions with a resounding yes! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a poor manager can adversely affect...
 
  Focus on Positive Leadership – When Things Go Wrong
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Are you appreciated by company managers? Do you have the opportunity to do your best work? Are you clear about what is expected of you at work? Does your manager provide employees focus? People at work who are fully engaged can answer these questions with a clear yes and sense of gratitude! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for an ineffective manager can negatively affect your motiv...
 
  Positive Leadership for Happy People – Creating Positive Results
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Do you feel appreciated by your company managers on a daily basis? Do you consistently have the opportunity to do your best work? Are you clear about what is expected of you? Does your manager provide you clarity and focus? People who are fully engaged can answer these questions with a clear yes and feelings of gratitude! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a negative manager can...
 
  Positive Leadership for Optimistic Leaders –The Problem-Seeking Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Do you regularly feel fully appreciated at work? Do you have the chance to do what you do best each and every day? Do you know what is expected of you at work? Does your manager know you and focus you? Fully engaged people at work can answer these questions with a resounding yes! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a poor manager can deflate your career mojo or worse. Positive lea...
 
  Employers Want “Excellent verbal and written communication skills”; They Mean It!
by Kathy Bornheimer - Aug, 2010
With today’s 24/7 technology, written and verbal communication formats have expanded. Those with superior skills are often the ones selected for employment and/or promotions (45 Things blog (8/2), emails and voice messages) and HR Capitalist, The (7/27) “Hire the Write Candidate”). Both of these articles address the writing abilities of candidates and the impact it has in regards to resumes/cover letters, emails and voice mail...
 
  Happy at Work?
by Alvah Parker - Aug, 2010
The Internet has been abuzz this past week with the Steven Slater incident on the Jet Blue Flight. He certainly found a dramatic way to give feedback to his employer and the rest of the world about how untenable his job had become. To me this is a really sad example of how difficult the workplace is. No wonder to so many people Steven Slater has become the symbol of telling the boss what you really think. Too bad he waited...
 
  Does your résumé feature an endorsement?
by Nimish Thakkar - Aug, 2010
Celebrity and customer endorsements -- those attention-grabbing testimonies and user accounts on popular commercials -- have also been used to make candidate résumés meatier, minus the celebrities of course. Career coaches and professional résumé writers often showcase snippets of employer, client, vendor, or peer comments to give client résumés extra punch, and hiring managers something memorable. “Testimonials are powe...
 
  Step up your professional development to combat economy woes
by Nimish Thakkar - Aug, 2010
Recently, I coached Nick Smith, a fascinating client, in fact, one of the most intelligent professionals I have ever met. Yet, despite the abundance of natural talent, Nick was unemployed for a very long time. After a series of setbacks, he knew something was wrong but couldn’t debunk the “mystery cause” that was foiling his career goals repeatedly. During one of our coaching sessions, we finally hit the life-changing eurek...
 
  Top Five Resume Myths Exposed
by Nimish Thakkar - Aug, 2010
From screening job applications to conducting interviews, hiring practices have undergone a dramatic transformation over the past decade. Despite all the changes, common resume myths continue to plague job search practices at all levels. The article attempts to debunk some of these myths. Myth 1: It's all about the number of pages The one-page rule is probably the most common myth about a resume. Candidates, even senior...
 
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