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  How to Improve Your People-Reading Skills
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2011
Socially intelligent leaders know how to read the body language and emotions of their people. They are highly aware of social environments and highly attuned to the language used by people. They are curious about people and are great observes of human behavior. I love to watch people. Maybe that’s why I love to face the door when eating out at a restaurant. It always seems uncomfortable facing the wall. A number of years ago...
 
  Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater!
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2011
I was thrilled to be featured in this article on CNN last week, "Trading a six-figure salary to become a teacher". Jon Fitch’s story is inspirational, but as we all know, it’s not applicable to everyone. Not everyone can afford to make a dramatic career change like he did, but that doesn’t have to stop you from finding your dream job. Two important points to keep in mind: 1) Remember doing what he did and having enough...
 
  How to Read and Influence People
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2011
My leadership coaching clients who are great communicators have highly developed social radar skills. They are open and honest in their interpersonal interactions and help people achieve a shared purpose. They are warm, optimistic, inspiring and forward thinking. One of my law firm Managing Partner executive coaching clients recently shared with me that he was having a hard time persuading several of the firm partners on a ne...
 
  How to Read People and Influence Perceptions
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2011
I’ve learned in an over twenty-five year consulting career that my most effective executive coaching and leadership development clients are communication catalysts. They are authentic and help people achieve a shared purpose. They are optimistic and forward thinking. One of my law firm Managing Partner clients recently confided in me that she was having a hard time influencing several of the firm partners on a new strategy fo...
 
  How to Socially Intelligent Interact with People
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2011
My leadership coaching clients who display great character communicate clearly and are empathetic. They are authentic in their interpersonal interactions and help people achieve a shared purpose. They are optimistic, inspiring and forward thinking. One of my law firm Managing Partner executive coaching clients recently shared with me that he was having a hard time influencing several of the firm partners on a new strategy for...
 
  Career Advice and Assertiveness Tips: Know What to Ask For
by Elizabeth Freedman - Jan, 2011
We’ve been told to be assertive, and ask for what we want – but do we cross the line when it comes to our careers? As a former fundraiser, I was taught to ask for the money – we can’t expect people to read our minds or to hand over their checkbooks. And, I’ve seen enough ‘Oprah’ by now to know that, no, I can’t expect my husband to know that, yes, I really did want to get a huge bouquet of flowers for Valentine’s Day, not jus...
 
  Has Your Network ABANDONED You? (10 Tips to Win them Back)
by Rob Taub - Jan, 2011
Running out of ideas on how to stimulate your network? Are your one time 'good contacts' harder to reach today? Let me be blunter: Has your network abandoned you?! How often you can use your network contacts and for how long, IS ENTIRELY UP TO YOU. If you leave that up to them and it becomes "work" for them, expect 'contact' it to be infrequent at best and short-lived. FACT: It's human nature to want to...
 
  Overcoming Discouragement and Getting Back to Work
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Jan, 2011
Excerpt from the book, GETTING BACK to WORK: Everything You Need to Bounce Back and Get a Job After a Layoff (McGraw-Hill). All rights reserved without written permission. The average job seeker takes about four months to land a job after searching for openings, preparing for interviews, and taking stock of financial resources. During an economic downturn, finding a job becomes even more difficult and so discouragement is...
 
  Warm up the Cold Call in Your Job Search
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Jan, 2011
Excerpt from the book, GETTING BACK to WORK: Everything You Need to Bounce Back and Get a Job After a Layoff (McGraw-Hill). All rights reserved without written permission. There are few things job seekers dread more than making cold calls. However, if you are serious about finding a job -- and in these tough times, you have to be -- it is pretty much a requirement. You might just land the perfect opportunity as a result of...
 
  Beat The Career Pattern Blues
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Jan, 2011
Do you have a pattern in your career that you can't seem to break? For instance, at your job there are people that don't like you. Or, you are constantly late to meetings. Or, you can't seem to get your reports in on time. Or, promotions or opportunities go to someone else, and not you. The common denominator in all of these patterns is you. Yes, you may be able to pinpoint a time or situation when something happened t...
 
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