What do you think most engages someone you’ve just met and can deepen your connection in your current relationships? A popular belief is that we must do or say the right thing. The truth is that being curious and asking the right questions is much better than doing or saying the right thing, having something…Read More
When we judge others we hold that judgment of someone’s negative behavior in our thoughts. We replay that judgement verbally when we gossip with others and in our thoughts when we see the person or think about the person. You can learn about the character of anyone by how and why they judge others. You…Read More
You probably work with at least one person who you’d describe as relationship-savvy. Their marriage is happy, they have contacts throughout your firm, they know people from every part of your industry, they have friends on three continents and it seems like in a pinch they could call in a favor from anyone. You can…Read More
Today, there are more opportunities than ever to drive your own career advancement. Companies are implementing programs to nurture and empower employees who are interested in career advancement. Individuals who make professional and leadership development their personal responsibility have the edge. They develop a plan, knowing that there are several paths to leadership positions.
A fundamental requirement to remain on the path to senior leadership is to drive your career advancement through lifelong learning followed by action. There is less value in learning what to do, and more value in taking courageous risk and putting what you have learned into action. Consider these 7 strategies for your career advancement plan.Read More
Effective communication is positively essential for success in any profession. As a result, it often tends to be the case that those individuals who hone their unique communication style get noticed more and receive career advancement rewards and recognition. Though extroverts are generally identified to have good communication skills, there is support to the theory…Read More
You are in the driver’s seat of your career advancement. You will need to take action, work hard and demonstrate success, but you will also need to get yourself noticed. If you do not stand out in the crowd of coworkers around you, it will be much harder to get that promotion that you want. Here are some simple ways to get noticed at work.
We’ve become used to the improvements, high energy and new opportunities that accompany change. Experiencing a satisfying and impactful career is dependent on an enthusiastic acceptance of change. Staying ahead of change requires a commitment and interest in lifelong learning. Remain Flexible During Uncertainty It seems like ambiguity is a prerequisite to change. Inevitably someone,…Read More