Author Archive | kim

Take Back Your Power, It’s Critical for Career Success

Lately, I’ve been working with two clients facing the same challenge – battling a difficult coworker. One client manages an obstinate subordinate, the other works alongside a surely colleague. Their roles and relationships may be different but the challenge is the same—both feel helpless. When you feel helpless it’s easy to become a victim of circumstances […]

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Good Reads for Your Career

The next time you visit the professional development section of your local bookstore, you might just feel a little overwhelmed. There are so many good reads out there it’s not only difficult to choose the most relevant tomes, but challenging to keep up with the latest and greatest jargon, assessments and innovative strategies. From TQM […]

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Coaching for Conflict Resolution

No matter where you work there’s bound to be occasional conflict. When it occurs, it can be swiftly resolved when both parties leave out emotions; clearly communicate concerns; respect differences of opinion; and rise to a mutually beneficial resolution. Through practice of this extremely effective formula, professionals will develop the habit of shutting down conflict […]

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Career Coaching For Workplace Engagement

Did you know that a hiring a career coach can increase organizational productivity and profit? Much of my work week is spent inside organizations coaching team members on how to build career happiness. Though I’m hired to help clients with their career success, coaching creates some very interesting side effects, including employee buy-in, smooth successions, team engagement, career […]

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The Magic of a Mentor for Professional Development

Developing a relationship with a mentor is a must for successful professional development. A mentor provides you with an avenue of learning scripted specifically in answer to professional development needs. Not only will your mentor offer positive guidance for your career, but they’ll provide a safe haven for objectifying concerns and challenges. They’re also great resources […]

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