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  So Where Are The Good Jobs?
by Dan King - Oct, 2010
Recently, I attended a social event where I didn't know anybody. You know these occasions -- they're the ones where you're just the guest of the person who was really invited. The functions you attend merely to keep peace, where you endure a couple of hours of boredom in order to forestall a full week of disharmony. Upon arrival at the doorstep of my unknown host, invitee in arm, I take a quick survey of the room in search...
 
  What You Should Know Before Asking For A Raise
by Dan King - Oct, 2010
Now that the economy is starting to simmer and hiring is heating up, you're getting fidgety. You’ve worked your butt off for months; dodged repeated rounds of layoffs and put in double-time to keep the corporate wheels turning. You've stuck it out -- and now it's time for your boss to "put his money where his mouth is.” If you're going to stick around any longer, you want a raise. Before you corner your boss and demand...
 
  9 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Association Career
by Marshall Brown - Oct, 2010
Are you a CEO who suddenly finds it necessary to reinvent your career due to the economy, layoff or merger? Or do these uncertain times simply inspire you to make a change? If so, you may wonder if you can make a fresh start without having to start over. The good news is, you can. Here’s how: 1. Feel your feelings. Get angry or frustrated or confused or scared or excited. It’s natural and healthy. No need for the...
 
  Life Insurance Check-Up Time
by Douglas Bolter - Oct, 2010
Is your Life Insurance up-to-date? Life insurance is like the Swiss Army knife of estate planning: there are so many ways you can use it as you plan to pursue your goals. Whether you simply need to insure yourself or need to protect your estate through sophisticated planning, September is the month to think about life insurance – and all the ways it can potentially help you financially. 30% of Americans have no life insuran...
 
  How to Deal with Difficult People at Work
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2010
Are you struggling to cope with difficult people at work? If you are, then you are not alone. The workplace is full of difficult people who can make your life miserable if you let them. Difficult people come in all shapes, sizes and personalities. They are demanding, often defensive, problematic and can drain all of your energy. And those are just the respectful terms co-workers use when interacting and dealing with these...
 
  Political Savvy and Office Politics
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2010
How skillful are you at navigating office politics? Are you politically savvy? How is power and influence used where you work? The ability to navigate the political waters and influence others is an essential workplace competency. Politically astute leaders know how to appropriately use power and collaborate with others to achieve business goals. They create a culture of trust and achievement. Office Politics It’s naive to...
 
  Secrets of Dealing with Difficult People – The Art of Listening
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2010
Are you having trouble coping with difficult people where you work? If you are, then you probably have plenty of company. The workplace is full of difficult people who can make your life miserable if you let them. Difficult people come in all shapes, sizes and distinct personalities. They can be demanding, controlling, and energy eaters. Remember the old adage “Misery loves company?” They are often unhappy and make everyon...
 
  8 Thoughts That Are Really Bad for Your Career Development
by Thomas J. Denham - Oct, 2010
The #1 barrier to achieving career success is you. You are standing way of your own success with negative distortions. I am often my clients’ best cheerleader, while they act as their own worst enemy beating themselves up with criticism, self-doubt and worry. I listen patiently and hear them offer up their dominant thoughts from the dark side. Thoughts come and go so frequently that we rarely think about how they impact...
 
  Career Tips: Winners Keep On Keeping On
by Ramon Greenwood - Oct, 2010
Winners in the career chase know persistence is a daily necessity if they are to achieve their goals. One of those big winners, Ted Turner, world-class sailor and founder of the CNN television network, explains his success by saying: “The secret of my success is that I never quit. Winners never quit, and quitters never win. You might go bankrupt, you might lose everything, but as long as you’re out there still dukin’ b...
 
  Job Fair A-Z: How to Effectively Navigate A Job Fair
by Staci Eggert-Dziedzic - Oct, 2010
A- Assertive job seekers make a positive first impression on employers. B- Bring multiple copies of your resume to distribute to those organizations that interest you. Come to the Workforce Development Center to update your resume and make multiple copies. C- Communicate your skills in a clear and concise manner. Focus on your experience, values and interests. D- Dress the part. Professional attire is appropriate for jo...
 
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