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  How to Recover from "Success Amnesia"
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
Do you have "success amnesia"? Is it much easier for you to recall your mistakes and what's gone wrong than it is for you to remember your successes? If so, most of us can relate. We humans are supremely adept at remembering, noticing and imagining everything negative. The good stuff? It flashes brightly for a moment and then is gone. Our positive experiences leave a weaker imprint on our minds than negative. We're als...
 
  How to Revive Your Job When You've Just About Had It
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
Are you tired of the "same old same old" at work? Do you have a thousand complaints about who you work with and how things are done? Are you constantly stressed about the security of your job? Work negativity can take many forms, and they all feel pretty terrible. When you're feeling blah, angry or afraid much of the time, your job performance suffers and so does the overall quality of your life. You may be tempted to...
 
  Three Master Skills for Managers
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
By the time managers and small-business owners call me, they’re pretty frustrated and discouraged. They’re a good fit for their job. They’re well-respected. And they’re struggling. Typically the struggles look something like these: • Underperformers on the team • A demanding boss who’s never pleased • Too many projects and not enough resources • Exhaustion While each struggle is unique, there are three skills t...
 
  Want to Change Jobs? 3 Essential Steps to Actually Doing It
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
If you're researching your next possible job or engaged in an all-out job search, you've no doubt become familiar with your favorite procrastination techniques. I get it. Even though the idea of working somewhere else doing something else is really exciting, the process of getting there is, well, not so fun. Setting up informational interviews? Reconnecting with old co-workers? Searching online for salary data? I know you'...
 
  Is This Job A Good Fit?
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Oct, 2012
You can become skillful in the art of interviewing. You may even convince an employer that a perfect match exists during an interview even though you are truthfully only looking for a paycheck to reduce financial fear. Within the first three months of employment, relationships can unravel leaving you and the employer with feelings of frustration. To avoid a potentially bad experience and having to look for another job, first...
 
  Remain Positive During The Job Hunt
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Oct, 2012
How do you remain positive and keep feelings of hope present during a longer than anticipated period of unemployment? In the book of Psalms 40, King David writes “I waited patiently.” For some, fear is worrying about the future but in the bible we are told to not be afraid 365 times. You must fight discouragement. Fear and faith make poor roommates because one dispels the other. Make up your mind to choose to think affirming t...
 
  360° Answers: Should Managers Ignore Minor Offenses?
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
Each of our workplace experts has weighed in on the following question from a reader to give you four points of view. Here’s the question, with our experts’ responses below: "As a manager, I know how to handle big performance issues; people need to be warned, given time to improve, and then either shape up or ship out. I’m wondering, though, about less severe issues and how to properly handle them. One of my bigges...
 
  5 Hidden Effects of Stress
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
Stress, a response that has evolved in humans over hundreds of thousands of years, is something we working professionals tend to take for granted. We have to wake up in the morning – every morning – commute to an office, accomplish any number of tasks while proving our overall value to the organization, contend with a multitude of factors that are beyond our control, and arrive home in time to eek out some semblance of a pers...
 
  5 Networking Tips You Haven’t Heard
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
When my friend Ben Casnocha sent me a copy of his new book, The Start-Up of You, I knew that I was going to read something innovative about networking. After all, Ben wrote it with Reid Hoffman, the cofounder and chairman of LinkedIn, and if anything has changed the game of networking in the twenty-first century, it’s LinkedIn. I was not disappointed. Here, please find 5 networking tips from Ben and Reid that you haven’t...
 
  College Career Centers Are Challenged in Preparing Students for Work
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
The skills gap is getting wider. According to the Job Preparedness Indicator research conducted by the Career Advisory Board in late 2011, only 14 percent of hiring managers felt that job candidates had the requisite skills to fill open positions. At the Career Advisory Board, which is presented by DeVry University, our mission is to help job seekers and careerists advance, so we decided to go to the front lines and as...
 
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