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  Poor Communication Skills Are Killing Your Authority
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2016
Remember the “house phone,” that apparatus we now call a “landline?” Every Gen Xer recalls the torment of the long cord that was just a little too short to get you away from your eavesdropping siblings, the annoying busy signal, and let’s be honest, the thrill of calling your crush and hanging up pre-caller ID. But as house phones became relics, so, too has the notion of practicing critical communication skills at home....
 
  Are You Living Your Plan A?
by Sherri Edwards - May, 2016
The other night, a client asked me if I was in my “Plan A” job. Loosely interpreted, his question meant, is my current work experience the vision of what I really want to do? My answer required thought and a much longer answer than “yes” or “no.” The first point I want to make is that I don’t have a “job.” I do “work.” My work can be very rewarding and satisfying. I am able to have relatively flexible hours, and I work out...
 
  Negotiating the Nonnegotiable: How To Understand Conflict and Resolve yours Successfully
by Kathy Caprino - May, 2016
Conflict is everywhere. We cannot live our lives, communicate powerfully, share our diverse opinions, support our divergent agendas, or honor our own deepest values without some degree or form of conflict emerging. The question is: How can we address our conflict with others in ways that are mutually beneficial, supportive and positive, rather than damaging and bridge-burning, leaving body parts in our wake? To answer that...
 
  5 Costly Job Search Mistakes - And What To Do About Them
by Georgia Adamson - May, 2016
For many people, job searching is less fun than going to the dentist! The path to success (a new job) is fraught with pitfalls, and the process ranks high on the Stress-Meter. While no one can guarantee you a smooth, stress-free ride, you can evaluate possible problems and prepare an active defense. Then you come up with a Plan B in case your defense crumbles! 5 Job Search Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make These are just a...
 
  Lost Your Way And Out of Gas?
by Sherri Edwards - May, 2016
If you are feeling at a loss because your job search has extended far too long, it’s important to take a hard look at your attitude, your approach and your level of commitment. Regardless of what may be going on in the market, those are really the only elements you have any control over. Recognizing and acknowledging all of your current circumstances and how continued unemployment has already impacted or can impact your lifest...
 
  Is Your Head In The Sand?
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2016
Most of us have been guilty of the “they’re so lucky” assertions. I hear it from careerists in regard to wishes for better opportunities and wistful envy of a colleague’s or friend’s advancements while they are left in what feels like the dust of opportunity and the waning light of their own careers. Is Your Head in the Sand While Your Career Walls Crumble? I’ve also witnessed a plethora of careerists, dutifully doing th...
 
  The 6 Dominant Action Styles: Why You Need To Know Yours To Be Happy And Successful
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
Over my 11 years of coaching professionals, five years as a therapist, and 18 years in corporate life, I’ve worked with and seen every type of person with every type of challenge you can imagine. Through the process of coaching and studying professionals, I’ve observed that there are six dominant action styles – six key ways in which humans naturally and preferentially take action towards a goal and approach change. I’ve di...
 
  Emotional Intelligence Part 2: Signs of Strong EQ
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Apr, 2016
In the tenth anniversary edition of his bestseller Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ (2005), author Daniel Goleman quotes a search firm executive who says, “CEO’s are hired for their intellect and business expertise – and fired for a lack of emotional intelligence.” Many of us grew up believing that high IQ was a surefire predictor of success, however, studies have found that, while “smarts” can help yo...
 
  How the Personal Chef To TRH Prince And Princess of Wales Built Her Royal Career
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
Part of the series “Creativity at Work” In my line of work, I’m introduced to hundreds of fascinating creatives, artists and performers each year who are thriving in creative careers they adore. I love learning about the trajectory of their lives, and how they often took a tiny kernel of an idea or a creative impulse from childhood and helped it grow and flourish. I love too sharing their keen insights about how others can...
 
  The Power of Pay for Performance
by Marshall Goldsmith - Apr, 2016
How would your work change if your pay was based on your performance rather than howmuch your clients like you or how much time you spend with them? I believe that neither of these (how much I’m liked or the length time I spend with my clients) is a good metric for them to achieve positive, long-term changes in their behavior. In fact, I have never seen a study that showed that clients’ love of a coach was highly correla...
 
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