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  Think You’re Not Good Enough? Look Around! Evolving Self-Confidence.
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2010
I often hear this: “I don’t have enough: • experience for that job • knowledge to lead a team • years with the company to advance • know-how to start my own business.” Exactly, who says we aren’t good enough? Most of the time, we’re the guilty party. Doubt is our enemy. Negative self-talk is often riddled with self-doubt. We look at what others are achieving, compare ourselves, and question whether we have wha...
 
  Executive Coaching for Creating a State of Flow – Flow Exercise
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
One of my CEO executive coaching clients is working with his executive leadership team to create an organizational culture that unleashes employees’ intrinsic motivation and state of flow. I am coaching him to become more effective at appealing to employees’ intrinsic motivation and core values, and helping leaders at all levels of the organization become more fully engaged in creating a culture that supports flow. The CEO...
 
  Executive Coaching for Creating a State of Flow – Ten Essential Flow Factors
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
One of my CEO executive coaching clients is working with his executive leadership team to create an organizational culture that unleashes employees’ intrinsic motivation and state of flow. I am coaching him to become more effective at appealing to employees’ intrinsic motivation and core values, and helping leaders at all levels of the organization become more fully engaged in creating a culture that supports flow. The CEO...
 
  Executive Coaching for Creating a State of Flow at Work
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
One of my CEO executive coaching clients is working with his executive leadership team to create an organizational culture that unleashes employees’ intrinsic motivation and state of flow. I am coaching him to become more effective at appealing to employees’ intrinsic motivation and core values, and helping leaders at all levels of the organization become more fully engaged in creating a culture that supports flow. The CEO...
 
  How To Ensure Smooth Transition To A New Job
by Ramon Greenwood - Jun, 2010
You've landed a new job. If you are interested in building a successful career, don't burn bridges to the past as you move on. Here are 13 steps you can take to help make the transition a positive step toward your career goals. First of all, be doubly sure you are making the move for the right reasons that in total mean a step forward on your career path. If you are making a change for negative reasons be certain you can l...
 
  Build Your Strengths Rather Than Fix Your Weaknesses
by Heather Mundell - Jun, 2010
If you want to take your career to the next level, whatever that means in your specific situation, you might be thinking that you need to fix your weaknesses and make them disappear before you can expect to make any progress. For example, say you'd like to become the Senior VP of Awesomeness, which comes with the responsibility of managing over 150 people. Right now you're a couple of steps away from that goal. You know...
 
  Once a Caterpillar, Now a Butterfly – Continued Education Can Take You High!
by Mandy Marchitello - Jun, 2010
Oftentimes clients contact me for resume writing services and are guided in an entirely unforeseen direction. The conversation goes something like this: CLIENT – I went to college to get a bachelor’s degree, secured a nice job after graduation, but five years later feel as though I’ve gone as far as I can with my company. Please help! When I hear these words spoken, it becomes obvious that what my client really needs is no...
 
  Heads Up! You Already ARE In Business For Yourself
by Andy Robinson - Jun, 2010
A Preamble to Today's Article: In the earlier part of my career, I was a CPA with the firm now known as PricewaterhouseCoopers ("PwC"). I quickly gravitated into PwC's highly profitable corporate finance consulting practice as a Director in the firm's Atlanta office, where I spent 10 years specializing in Financial Advisory Services to Fortune 500 companies. The last 15 years of my work life have been oriented around my ne...
 
  Overwhelmed? To Much to Do? - Seven Tips for Getting Under Control!
by Bernadette Boas - Jun, 2010
The other day during a presentation on goal setting and time management to 20 plus women business owners, one woman sat quietly at the end of the table. She was taking notes so I knew she was engaged. More importantly her silence spoke volumes to me. I then asked a question that I hoped would provoke her to speak up: “How many hours a day do you work?” Though every one of the women reacted with an awkward giggle; the qu...
 
  How to Collect Feedback on Your Performance
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2010
Everyone – even the most accomplished leaders – has strengths and areas for improvement. When I talked to organizational consultant Ed Poole about professionals who rise quickly, he warned me of the danger of being “unconsciously incompetent,” meaning you don’t know what you don’t know. You can avoid this by putting yourself in a position to objectively evaluate your performance. This is easier said than done. In fact, g...
 
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