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Are You Giving Away Your Career?

Sometimes we make big moves because we feel forced. We may choose to look for a new position, or accept a less desirable role, all to avoid a project, person or circumstance that is taking over our career. This often happens when there is conflict. A poor or difficult supervisor or coworker may make life at […]

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Destroy Your Resume!

Get out the scissors, shredder or trash receptacle. The resume that you know is gone! Do I have your attention? Good. Then let’s get to work. Stop trying to turn your resume into a copied template of someone else’s craftsmanship. Stop trying to make it look like every other resume that’s out there. Instead, go […]

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Don’t Suck Up, Manage Up

We all work with that person who bends over backwards for the boss. No matter how unprofessional or untimely the request, this individual will go out of their way to grant any wish their boss commands. Though their efforts are admirable, they are more than likely wasting valuable time and energy trying to be the […]

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Key Traits for the C-Suite

Successful leaders are continually evolving. They work with coaches, mentors and trainers to continually hone their skills and bring fresh insights to their vision and mission. Although there are ready methods for remedying knowledge gaps or amending leadership approaches, it’s much harder to change personality traits. Behavioral patterns and interpersonal styles are developed through years […]

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You’re an Amazing Superhero

There’s no one else like you. You have something special that people want in their lives and within their organizations. You have super powers! You can do things that no one else can. Your unique combination of skills, experience and “super” talents makes you great. Unfortunately, we all can fall prey to conforming to other’s […]

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Avoid Interview Flatlining: Tips for Demonstrating Interest and Energy

A colleague of mine recently confessed to “falling asleep” while interviewing a candidate. According to this seasoned Human Resources director the candidate lengthily droned on in a monotone voice luring her into a trance. Though embarrassed by her own lack of professionalism, the director crossed the candidate off her list of potentials citing “lack of […]

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Is Your Boss Blocking Your Career Advancement?

What do you do when the biggest obstacle to growth is your boss? This isn’t uncommon. Many success-minded professionals are challenged by a boss who is too controlling, limiting, clingy or even takes credit for your good work. So what do you do when your boss is blocking your career advancement? You’ve got to make […]

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