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At any given point in your career, people will be forming opinions on whether you’ve “got what it takes” to make it to the next level. Which of these capabilities would make the biggest difference for you if you worked on it now?read more
It's the time of year when we set goals for the new year. These five steps are my takeaways from Stephen Duneier's TEDx talk called ‘How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals’ and some of the things that I found to be useful in setting and achieving goals.
How to make a shift from where you are to where you want to be. How to know when to pivot career or to stay put. How to overcome ageism to find a higher paying job. The one thing to do to make a transition into a new industry.
How to network when you live in a small city. Should you get an additional master's degree? Should you stay or leave for more money and less risk? How to land a new role in a more senior position and in a different industry. How to improve your executive presence, communication skills and ability to read a room.
What to do when you have competing priorities? What to do when your skills and interests do not align with your job? How to manage a difficult team member? Should you stay or leave when you can’t see where your role is going? How to supplement your income?
Whether you’re expecting a hectic day ahead or you’ve had one already, stop the franticness. Take time out to do something with love and care, and create a joyful experience.
There can be a lot of setbacks at work and in life. Whether it’s missing a promotion, getting fired from your job or being rejected by someone you love. How can you recover and come back stronger than before? I recently had the chance to meet someone who has the answers.
These days, there’s no such thing as job security. Whether you’ve lost your job or fear you might, these 12 steps can help you make a better transition. And some of them are worth considering even if you’re gainfully employed.
There are three fundamentals when it comes to becoming successful in career and life. They help you find people who get what you’re trying to do, support you in your efforts, and inspire you to be your very best.
Sir David Tang was often referred to as Britain's best-connected man. He was a networker extraordinaire. Here are some lessons you can learn and apply from his experience to be better at networking and growing your network.
The confidence gap is where your self-perception is lower than your actual abilities. The danger of falling into this gap is that it can lead to less promotions, opportunities and pay. Discover what you can do to close the gap so you can bring your best self to the world.
In my experience, there are seven reasons why staying focused solely on your job can derail your career. If you want to live a rich life, filled with multiple interests, opportunities and joy, then discover what to do differently.
The 51% Rule can save us from negative outcomes as individuals, as managers, and for the organization as a whole. Better yet, it can help bring out the best in you as a manager and a team member.