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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
Now is a great time to reflect back on the year. As I reflected on my own year, there were two common themes across the three big things I learned that will help you make next year an even better year.
A career rut is something you want to get out of because you're unhappy, dissatisfied, and probably bored. But making a career transition when you're being typecast and what you're doing doesn't allow you to be the person you know you can become is a lot trickier.
Do you ever get really busy and feel under a lot of pressure? And then all of a sudden something unexpected gets thrown into the mix? It can be overwhelming and upsetting. Here's what to do when you need to get a grip and stay productive.
Success is no accident. It requires perseverance. But when you have setbacks, it can feel really disheartening. What really matters is what you do with it. Here are two things you can do to move forward whenever you have setbacks.
I made mistakes over and over again in my career when it came to my personal and professional development. If you want your career to progress much faster and easier, then shift this way of thinking to avoid the mistakes I made.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year. In addition to going around the table and sharing who and what we're grateful for, we've taken it to the next level by adding a simple step that extends joy to others.
Have you ever felt totally over committed? At first you feel like you can do it all. Then you're in the midst of executing on all of those things and it feels overwhelming and draining. Here's how to manage your energy when you're in such a state.
Do you ever find yourself in conversations that are more combative than they really need to be? These five ways have worked well for me to avoid combative conversations and to collaborate more effectively.
When giving feedback, it's tempting to either say everything's great or try and save time by unloading everything that you think is wrong. Neither is a winning strategy. Instead, this third way ensures you give constructive feedback that lands.
As an achiever, you often have to do things that are scary. It might be getting up in front of a big group and making a presentation or standing in front of the boardroom and doing a talk. Overcome your fear with these three simple steps.
No matter where you are in your career, it’s important to be able to be decisive and to drive things forward with confidence. I learned a lesson last week that highlighted the importance of acting decisively and with confidence.
Do you set high standards for yourself and go to great lengths to not let people down? Maybe even put pressure on yourself to be a person of your word and not change your mind? While admirable, this can be counterproductive when taken to extremes.