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  Positive Ways to Manage Work-Related Stress
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
“How we perceive a situation and how we react to it is the basis of our stress. If you focus on the negative in any situation, you can expect high stress levels. However, if you try and see the good in the situation, your stress levels will greatly diminish.” -Catherine Pulsifer Long hours, overwork, burn out, long commutes, dysfunctional co-workers, micro-managing boss, under- appreciated, deadlines, long meetings, neve...
 
  Six Tips for Getting More Respect at Work
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
Respect is an important part of the way we live. However in today’s society, respect is often seen as an afterthought. And unfortunately this same attitude carries over into the world of work. With millions of college educated professionals treating the cast of “The Bad Girls’ Club” and “Jersey Shore” as their role models, respect is often taken for granted, ignored, or seen as an entitlement rather than something established...
 
  Using Group Projects to Advance Your Career
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
Group projects are part of everyday life in many workplaces. If you enjoy the autonomy of working by your self, being part of a team may not seem all that exciting to you. It makes sense that by working successfully with a team, you can accomplish more than you could individually. But being a part of the right group project can also help advance your career. Benefits of Contributing to a Group Project at Work 1. It h...
 
  Focus on the Future - How to Be More Forward-Looking
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2012
Question for Discussion – How important is focusing on the future for leaders? My wife bought me a copy of Steve Job’s autobiography which I found fascinating on so many levels. Steve Job’s intensity, focus, passion and genius for creating products that invent the future is so inspiring. Wow! My executive coaching clients frequently have conversations about how marketing with a focus on the future is so much easier whe...
 
  Gen Y And The Pursuit Of Happiness
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2012
Could anything be more fundamentally American than the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? Probably not. But the definition of that last, elusive word — happiness — seems to be changing dramatically as the Millennial generation enters adulthood. Ask your parents or grandparents to define happiness and they’ll surely talk about love, friends, and family. Next, they’ll probably mention succeeding in their c...
 
  How Leaders Develop Future Focus - How Far Can You See?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2012
Question for Discussion – How Far in the Future Can You See? I recently read Steve Job’s biography which I found fascinating because of his focused passion and the intense drive in his personality that motivated him to achieve greatness. Steve Job’s creativity and genius for creating products that invent the future is so inspiring. Oh Wow! My executive coaching clients and I frequently have conversations revolved aro...
 
  The Power of One
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2012
2012. A New Year. This time of year many people make New Year resolutions, some easy to keep, others impossible. Have you ever thought about changing just one thing? That’s not overwhelming; it’s just one thing. The power of one can have a big impact on your life. Here are a few suggestions of how to incorporate the power of one into your life this year to change it for the better. 1.Learn something new. I know, I know, yo...
 
  What do you want to do?
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2012
What do you want to do when __________? Fill in the blank. The question is typical for many life stages. We remember being asked, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” when we were younger – too young to really know what to say. Admit it — was “superhero” on your list? Certainly, it’s a valuable question to consider after high school and upon graduating from college. It makes sense for anyone laid off of a job to re-visit...
 
  Inside the Mind at Work – What Really Motivates Us?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2011
Question for Discussion – How important is managing for progress? The topics of performance evaluations and feedback come up quite often in my executive coaching sessions. It’s human nature that people want to know where they stand. I often suggest to my coaching clients that in-the-moment feedback based on progress helps motivate people. It can also help avoid those tense performance evaluation meetings where people ca...
 
  How to network AND get work experience at the same time
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2011
Struggling to find a job in your industry? Don’t discount the benefit of volunteering. If you volunteer your time in the field of work you are interested in, you still have the option to work a part-time position and make money outside of that industry if needed. This really helps fill gaps in your resume and allows you to network. Two key benefits of volunteering: Networking – While you are volunteering you are able t...
 
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