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Plan to Master Your Time

Time management can be labeled the Achilles heel for many in the workplace. The need to master the process of how you manage your time can crystalize through missed deadlines, inaccurate completion of tasks, or lack of time to be available for your direct reports and colleagues. Whatever prompts your focus to master your time, your efforts must be rooted in planning. There are multiple time management strategies for you to review and test. ...
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Grit and Endurance, Practice It.

“Enthusiasm is common. Endurance is rare.” ~Angela Duckworth Dreamer is a descriptive word for many in the workplace. Goal-getting professionals are often meditating and dreaming of their next promotion. They spend dedicated time determining and following through to complete the next steps to accomplish their master career plan. Sometimes career journeys, gift unexpected roadblocks and detours. During the perceived setbacks, it is important ...
Career Motivation

Be Loyal To Your Definition of Success

Are you professionally settling? You’ve thrown in the towel, and you’ve accepted that your current role and professional experiences are apropos with your revised definition of success. My next question to you is, “Why are you choosing not to be determined to live your definition of success?” Life is too short not be focused and committed to developing yourself to experience promotion and next-level opportunities. ...
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Be Tenaciously Confident While Leading with Charles Thybulle

Evolving to be your professional best is an intentional journey. Many leaders take on the continual development commitment with a mindset of excellence. They are determined to be receptive to feedback. They regularly test and stretch their management skills and knowledge to lead others to be productive contributors to their workplace, while encouraging them to be their best professionally. Often leaders choose to be an example of what it ...
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Closing the Generation Gap in the Workplace with Dr. Joanie B. Connell

Many businesses aim to experience witnessing their employees working amicably as a team while increasing the bottom line profits. Promoting and maintaining a cohesive work environment requires the dedicated focus on reviewing multiple organizational dynamics. One dynamic that is receiving constant attention is the desire to close the generation gap in the workplace in regards to communication, assessment of skills and knowledge. In the ...
Career Motivation

Recently Laid Off Mind Set

For the unexpected career changer, it is important to keep your mind focused on the future seen and unseen positive career outcomes in route to you. Remain encouraged, being unemployed is only a temporary season of your life. Take a few days to rest, reflect, and strategize your next career move. The unemployment break can lead you to a liberating career path that brings you the desired prosperity and professional growth you have been ...
Career Motivation

Are You Ready For Your Next Career Level?

Entitlement does not apply to most career promotional opportunities. You need to take the time to determine if you are promotion ready. After reviewing the checklist below; request face time if applicable with the hiring point of contact or decision maker and inform them of your interest in the position. If the career promotion that you desire is with your current company; be mindful that there are unspoken factors that may be considered ...
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Identify Your Success Traits By Clustering

Are you reviewing your resume and know that you are missing a few great bullet points about your skills? At the same time, you are not exactly sure which merit worthy skills you are missing. Try the pre-writing exercise of clustering to determine what additional skills or professional experience you forgot to originally list on your resume. Clustering can be an alternative to completing a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and ...
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Career Search Strategies Requires Repetition

Repetition of your career search plan will be a constant requirement of you during your search. Take the time to determine each daily action item that you will commit to completing.  At the start of your search, begin with small tasks and continue to larger tasks as your desired results develop and your confidence in your strategies increases. The repetition of your career search plan is a great way to build and improve your time management ...
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Are Your Skills Current?

“The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.” ~ Vince Lombardi During your career search, keeping your industry skills current and relevant should be a constant and consistent focus throughout your search. It is important for you to practice your craft daily and not let excessive time pass to the point that your skills only read well on your resume. ...