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  Step up your professional development to combat economy woes
by Nimish Thakkar - Aug, 2010
Recently, I coached Nick Smith, a fascinating client, in fact, one of the most intelligent professionals I have ever met. Yet, despite the abundance of natural talent, Nick was unemployed for a very long time. After a series of setbacks, he knew something was wrong but couldn’t debunk the “mystery cause” that was foiling his career goals repeatedly. During one of our coaching sessions, we finally hit the life-changing eurek...
 
  What I Wish I'd Known in College
by Lindsey Pollak - Aug, 2010
As someone who spends my days interacting with college students and thinking about their career prospects, I often think back to my own days on campus. I’ll admit that I experience a mix of nostalgia, relief and regret. I enjoyed college, but I also struggled to find direction during those four years. While I know I can’t change the past -- and my struggles transitioning from college to career led me to the work that I do...
 
  Executive Coaching for Emotionally Intelligent Leadership – 3 Steps to Positive Leadership
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Are you feeling fully appreciated at work? Do you have the chance to do what you do best every day? Do you know what is expected of you at work? Does your manager know you and focus you? Fully engaged people at work can answer these questions with a resounding yes! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a poor manager can be de-motivating or worse. Positive leaders provide leadershi...
 
  Executive Coaching for Positive Leadership
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Are you feeling appreciated at work? Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a poor manager can be de-motivating or worse. Enlightened leaders provide positive leadership inspiring people to unleash their creativity and be fully engaged. The No. 1 reason why most Americans leave their jobs is the feeling they’re not appreciated. In fact, 65% of people surveyed said they received no rec...
 
  Executive Coaching for Strengths-Based Leadership – A Strengths-Based Approach
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Do you feel appreciated at work? Do you have the chance to do what you do best every day? Do you know what is expected of you? Does your manager know you and focus you? Fully engaged people can answer these questions with a resounding yes! Positive leaders tap into the intrinsic motivation of employees. They focus on strengths and mitigate weaknesses. Strengths according to Marcus Buckingham, Now Discover Your Strengths...
 
  Leadership Coaching for Positive Leadership – Focus on What Works
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Are you regularly feeling appreciated at work? Do you have the chance to do what you do best every day? Do you know what is expected of you at work? Does your manager know you and focus you? Fully engaged people at work can answer these questions with a resounding yes! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a poor manager can be de-motivating or worse. Positive leaders provide lead...
 
  Leadership Coaching for Positive Leadership – the Problem-Seeking Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2010
Do you regularly feel fully appreciated at work? Do you have the chance to do what you do best each and every day? Do you know what is expected of you at work? Does your manager know you and focus you? Fully engaged people at work can answer these questions with a resounding yes! Most of us start a job motivated to perform our best, but sometimes working for a poor manager can deflate your career mojo or worse. Positive le...
 
  How to Make Your Job Search Fun
by Kevin Donlin - Aug, 2010
If you’re looking for a job, here’s a strange question: How much fun are you having? Not much? Well, you might want to change that. That’s the advice of former Minnesota Viking Fran Tarkenton, who suggests you try to find the fun in every task: “If it’s not fun, you’re not doing it right,” he says. Wouldn’t it be nice if you were as motivated to write your resume tomorrow as you were to play Little League or skip...
 
  Grow Your Career Networking Seeds Organically
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Aug, 2010
I admit, I’ve never really embraced the word, “networking,” or the idea of it. Instead, I love the concept of NetWeaving. Over at the NetWeavers International website, they promote a pay-it-forward approach and publish a creed that talks about a “shift from thinking about WIIFM (What’s in it for Me) to WIIFY (What’s in it for YOU).” As well, they discuss strategies in learning how to be a resource for others to provide informa...
 
  Are You Headed Toward or Away?
by Christine Hassler - Aug, 2010
Our motivation is directional, impacting the results we create and the ease in which we create them. Think about when you are motivated to do something. Are you motivated more by what you want to get away from or what you want to move toward? TOWARD motivation moves us toward more of what we desire while AWAY from motivation is an attempt to get us away from circumstances/feelings that are causing discomfort. Let's consider...
 
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