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Self-promotion is critical for career success but most people are uncomfortable doing it or do it wrong. Discover what good self-promotion looks like, when to talk about yourself, and what to do if you don’t like talking about yourself.
Starting the year strong doesn’t guarantee you’ll have a successful year. What does is building on that momentum. Discover how to keep going strong to achieve your goals this year no matter what challenges your career throws at you.
If you can’t manage your emotions as a leader, things can really backfire on you. Here are three situations where it’s important to self-manage as a leader. Which situation do you most need to watch out for?
As a high achiever, it can be hard to prioritize your own needs when there’s work to be done. But taking care of yourself is a necessity to set yourself up for success. Which of these three kinds of self-care will you benefit from most this year?
It’s hard to be strategic when you’re constantly in fire-fighting mode. But adopting a strategic approach to your career and life is the key for moving forward and being more successful. Which of these ways would help you to be more strategic?
Having the right people in your life is incredibly valuable. None of us succeeds alone. That’s why we need a network of supportive relationships to rely on. These three strategies helped me build a network that made this year happy and worthwhile for me.
Whether you’re interviewing for a job, getting hired by a new client, or getting senior managers to notice you in the right way, managing perceptions is key for career success. So, how do you go about managing other people's perceptions of you?
Imagine having a more focused, balanced and peaceful life. Wellness expert Anusha Wijeyakumar reminds us what we can do to take care of ourselves and become more resilient in the face of today’s challenges.
Whether you’re the team leader or a team member, there will be times you need to raise the energy level and motivation in the group. When you find yourself in this position, here are three things you can do without needing anyone else’s permission.
There's a special kind of procrastination that often applies to the bigger goals in your career and life. When you look at the things you haven’t gotten done yet, there are three success factors you need to have in place in order to move forward.
Worrying about things you can’t control can lead to feeling weak, vulnerable and hopeless. When the world around you feels out of control, here are three things you can do to regain your sense of calm and control.
If the pressures of work and home life aren’t already enough, there’s the added stress of COVID, US elections, Brexit, the global economy just to name a few. Here are three ways to help you deal with the stress and break the tension that’s all around us.
Your career is a journey, and feedback is essential for you to learn, grow and improve along the way. How you handle your year end performance review is key. So when it’s time for your year end review, get the most from it with these three steps.
The “Golden Rule” for how to treat team members can trip up many leaders because things that sound supportive to you may come across as completely off base or out of touch. Instead, here are three ways to gain insights to support your team.
Your mindset determines how you show up in the world and makes the biggest difference to how things turn out in your career. These three steps can help you adopt a mindset that serves you well and helps you be successful.
What did you hope to accomplish this year? If you haven’t made more progress towards your original goals or feel it’s impossible to achieve them, then discover how to make the most of the rest of the year to move forward successfully.
Conflicts at work are messy and there are common pitfalls that can make the situation worse. Prepare yourself and avoid these pitfalls with these three strategies to resolve a conflict between the parties involved.
Even though hard work is something we praise in the workplace, more isn’t always better. The next time you have the urge to simply “work harder” to generate results at the next level, remember these three simple steps.