Bouncing Back from “Bad” Feedback
by Julie Cohen - Jun, 2013
Feedback has an effect on you whether you’re receiving it from an annual performance review, a 360 feedback assessment, or a seemingly well-intentioned comment from a supervisor or colleague. Your interpretation of the feedback depends on a multitude of factors including the source, the content, the intention, your ability to change in relation to the feedback, and how you’re feeling when you receive it. In some instances,...
Can I Really be Satisfied with Work?
by Julie Cohen - Jun, 2013
Do you feel like you fell into your work? So many of us go to law school because it was expected, or we become doctors because it’s the family profession. Professional choices are made because it’s what we ‘should’ do, as opposed to pursuing what we want to do. The results of making these decisions, or lack of decisions, can be varied. For some of us, this path is acceptable. The work may be interesting, challenging, or...
Personal Branding is Out. Reputation Building is In.
by Louise Fletcher - Jun, 2013
Personal branding has become a hot topic over the last few years. Seems everyone has one, or wants one, or feels as though they should have one, even if they’re not sure what it is. I’ll be honest, I’ve long been a naysayer when it comes to personal branding. But today I came across this post by Harry Urschel called “The Reality of Personal Branding” and it helped clarify my thinking on the issue. Harry says this about per...
Career Management & Time Management–How They Mesh
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2013
Career Management & Time Management–How They Mesh You might consider yourself a savvy career manager and still miss the boat if you actually aren’t using your time wisely. Before you say, “Who, me? I’m a great time manager!” take a few minutes to evaluate yourself honestly. Maybe you’re not doing quite as well as you think in that regard. Difference Between Career Management and Time Management In my view, here’s a...
Succeed at Work: How to Get Out of Your Own Way
by Leslie Becker-Phelps - Jun, 2013
Failing to live up to your potential can sometimes be difficult to understand and correct. Perhaps you are consistently late to meetings. Your procrastination might lead to sub-optimal work. Or, you might be easily distracted. Whatever your difficulties, serious reflection may reveal that the underlying reason for falling short of your aspirations is related to an inner conflict. The inner conflict might be something as si...
How Do You Define Career Success?
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Jun, 2013
How do you define career success? Having a vision for your career is important because like the saying goes...."If you don't know where you're going, any old road will lead there." Career success can mean something different for each person. For some it may be a career in which they earn a certain amount of money. For others it can mean reaching the top rung of the proverbial career ladder. Or it could be a career that fulfill...
How to Discover Your Purpose
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2013
How to Discover Your Purpose Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. - Ste...
7 Ways to Shine in Your Internship
by Marcia Robinson - Jun, 2013
Kudos to you for doing the hard work to land your summer internship. Whether you have already begun to work or getting ready to start, take note of these 7 ways to shine in your internship role. If you do the right things to shine and be outstanding in your internship, there can be several potentially great outcomes. Of course, you could learn a lot about real work but you could also build a professional network, identify a me...
Get Creative Within Your Limitations
by Jessica Stasiw - Jun, 2013
Getting the opportunity to poke at your creative funny bone on a weekly basis for some is a gift. We’re not all lucky enough to have positions where we are asked to think “outside the box”, and for those that are there still may be limitations. Having to stay within an outlined box on a daily basis shouldn’t be stifling, or limiting. Embrace the challenge of doing more with less. There is a fantastic TED talks video on gett...
Working Hard and Working Smart
by Emily Chardac - Jun, 2013
Have you ever thought about how hard you're working? As in, you probably take eight hours in the day in the office handling business-related affairs. You leave the office with the intention to go to the gym, eat a salad, meet some friends, and possibly catch-up on your favorite TV programs? On your way home you realize there a few emails handle before the evening. Before you know it you have a five minute meal in the oven and...
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