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    Employment Notebook - Making the Most of Your Personal Productivity Style
by Carson Tate and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
Staying on top of work responsibilities can be a struggle, even for those of us who thrive with organization. Carson Tate, author of "Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style," joins LJNRadio to explain why the key to productivity is not a “one-size-fits-all” formula. In this podcast, she describes four personal productivity styles, and how an understanding of these four styles can boost your own pr...
 
    I Want to Be a - High School Principal
by Kelly Spors and Cady Chesney - Jan, 2015
High school principals supervise and facilitate the daily operations of high schools, which includes working with other district and state education officials, establishing and implementing academic goals and curriculum, and allocating financial resources. Of course, these duties extend to meeting with parents, overseeing disciplinary activities, and they may even be assisted by assistant principals. Kelly Spors, Principal of...
 
    Job Search Guide - Developing Your Personal Brand
by Sherri Thomas and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
During your job search, successfully creating your own “personal brand” can be a huge contributing factor to securing a new position. But, what does it mean to have an effective personal brand, and how can you go about developing one? To learn more about this subject, Jenna Connour is joined by Sherri Thomas – a career development & leadership coach, corporate trainer, and the award-winning author of "Career Smart: Five Steps...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - A Spin on Time Management
by Rory Vaden and Tim Muma - Jan, 2015
You'll read plenty of opinions on the best strategies for time management, and most of them sound rather similar. Best-selling author Rory Vaden brings a different perspective to the table in finding ways to create more time...and even procrastination is a positive. Rory is a self-discipline strategist and co-founder of the international training company, Southwestern Consulting. He gives Tim Muma his take on time management a...
 
  6 Must Read Books to Survive Your Quarter-Life Crisis
by Melody Wilding - Jan, 2015
In between 10-hour workdays at a low-paying, soul-sucking job, have you ever come up for air and bemoaned, “This is not what my 20’s we’re supposed to be like.” Being a twenty-something woman today can feel like a roller coaster at times: an up and down, overwhelming adventure in finding your dream job, navigating the dating scene, and attempting to maintain friendships in the face of cross-country moves, marriages, an...
 
  How To Recharge, Reignite, or Reinvent Your Career
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jan, 2015
According to The Conference Board Job Satisfaction survey less than half of US workers are satisfied with their jobs. Now is a great time to ramp up your career reinvention efforts and reflect upon what would gratify you in a career. If this is not the career you ordered, it’s time to jumpstart your professional reinvention so you can regain control and thrive. Sunday Night Blues – If you suffer from the Sunday Night Blues...
 
  Winning at Working: What Do You See?
by Nan S. Russell - Jan, 2015
Based on dozens of articles that arrived in my inbox in a single week, one might think that the majority of people work in difficult work-cultures, alongside clueless co-workers, under distrusting bosses. Here are a few examples: "You're the Boss, Not the Babysitter" "What to Do When Your Employees Won't Stop Whining" "Giving Feedback to the Clueless" "How to Survive a Toxic Boss" Fortunately, most of us don't wor...
 
  Layoffs - New Beginnings
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2015
Are you unemployed? Has your partner or friend been laid off? Job loss can be a blow to one's self-confidence. Some individuals may be vulnerable to depression, sexual impotence, and other physical conditions. Others may vent anger and frustration on family members or abuse drugs. Don't despair. Unemployment can be a blessing in disguise. Regardless of age or occupation, people who have positive attitudes, re-evaluate...
 
  Have a speech coming up? Want to sharpen your style?
by Beverly Jones - Jan, 2015
Finding more opportunities to make presentations can bring new energy to your career. Public speaking allows you to stand out, show what you know, and connect with a wider group of people. The more talks you give, the more you build your confidence and polish your style. And the prospect of presenting helps you identify what's important and work harder to know your stuff. I often encourage clients to raise their profiles b...
 
  Why Technical People Need Nontechnical Skills on Their Resumes
by Robin Schlinger - Jan, 2015
Having worked for many years as a senior chemical engineer and computer simulation applications engineer, with a degree from MIT, I know employers want potential hires with advanced technical skills and a demonstrated ability to increase those skills. However, employers today are not only interested in technical skills; they are also interested in “soft” or nontechnical skills such as: Ability to communicate clearly and at...
 
  3 New Year’s Resolutions Every Executive Should Make
by Lisa Rangel - Jan, 2015
A new year means new goals and resolutions. Resolutions also typically happen to fall into one of three categories: health, relationships and money. The good news is improving all three of these categories can help advance your career. Below you’ll find three New Year’s Resolutions all executives should make for 2015. 1. Create better work/life balance. “Work/life balance” may seem like a popular buzz wor...
 
  6 Ways You Give Your Power Away at Work
by Michelle Kerrigan - Jan, 2015
There are many ways you give your power away in your career, often without you even knowing it. Here are six that leap to mind, along with solutions for avoiding the power drain: #1: You spend too much time and energy trying to change others. We all do this. We want to change our boss, our co-worker, our husband — you name it. At one time, I felt as though I spent a lifetime trying to change a few people on my team....
 
  Are You Ready For a New Career?
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2015
Are you wondering whether you should make changes in your career -- and life, or stay put? You know that something’s missing but you can’t put your finger on it! Are you satisfied with your job? Respond "yes" or "no:" 1. Is your body sending you messages? Do you have lingering colds? Trouble getting up work days? 2. Are you constantly thinking, “I can hardly wait till Friday?” 3. Do you frequently daydream at...
 
  How to Stay Motivated When You're Not Getting a Raise
by Melody Wilding - Jan, 2015
It’s time for your annual review, and you’re gunning for a raise. You enter the meeting with your boss armed with a list of reasons why you deserve a salary bump—including the extra responsibilities you’ve taken on since a more senior colleague left the company, the major project you spearheaded last month, and the consistent positive feedback you’ve received from your clients, peers, managers, and direct reports over the past...
 
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