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  AS IF THEY WERE YOU
by Nan S. Russell - Oct, 2011
"Treat everybody else as if they were you." These words gave me pause. I wonder what it would be like if we each did what this "unknown author" is advocating? Would she still have abandoned her station at the airport fast food restaurant to get a fork and share a pastry with her friend while her customers waited if she followed this adage? Would he still have sat by the window of the plane with his feet on the seat and knee...
 
  Avoiding the Cloak of Invisibility
by Andy Robinson - Oct, 2011
"I don't hurt or want for visibility, but people seem to forget pretty easily. " Gary Coleman How VISIBLE are you to your boss or manager and other members of your senior management team? "Face time," visibility and frequent engagement with your boss is critical to your success; he or she is definitely one of the (and many times THE) "key holders" to success at your company. Actively seek out opportunities over th...
 
  Focus FIRST on Your "20% Tasks"
by Andy Robinson - Oct, 2011
The "80/20 Rule" applies to all that we do. The 80/20 Rule states that 20% of our activities will account for 80% of the value we add and 80% of our success at work. FACT: Out of the ten most important items on your current list of things to do, two of those items are almost always of MUCH higher value than the other eight. Those two items tend to be critical to the achievement of your key desired outcomes, goals an...
 
  How Many Years of Employment Experience Should I List on My Resume?
by Barbara Safani - Oct, 2011
Deciding how much of your career chronology to report on your resume can be a tricky thing. If you focus on information too far in the past, an employer may quickly figure out how old you are and possibly discriminate against you based on your age. But if you don’t report early career experience, a hiring manager may determine that your omission was deceptive once they meet you, and this could damage your candidacy as well....
 
  Networking Your Way to Your Next Job
by Barbara Safani - Oct, 2011
Networking is the exchange of information and the cultivation of productive and authentic relationships. Some people would rather go to the dentist than go to a networking meeting or event. Many avoid it altogether throughout their careers and find themselves in a bind when they are in a job searchand aren’t connected to anyone who can help. Flossing your teeth daily is proactive and preventive dental care. Networking on a...
 
  Serendipity of simple conversations: A networking story
by Dawn Bugni - Oct, 2011
On July 29th, 2010, I glanced at my left hand and noticed, to my horror, the main stone, a marquis-cut sapphire, in my engagement ring was gone. The day was my 11th wedding anniversary. (Gotta love the irony.) My husband and I checked into replacing the stone, but opted to put the purchase on hold for a while. This past Saturday, we decided to revisit replacing the stone. In preparation, we dug in drawers and old jewelry bo...
 
  Six Tips for Getting More Respect at Work
by Tai Goodwin - Oct, 2011
Respect is an important part of the way we live. However in today’s society, respect is often seen as an afterthought. And unfortunately this same attitude carries over into the world of work. With millions of college educated professionals treating the cast of “The Bad Girls’ Club” and “Jersey Shore” as their role models, respect is often taken for granted, ignored, or seen as an entitlement rather than something established...
 
  Using Group Projects to Advance Your Career
by Tai Goodwin - Oct, 2011
Group projects are part of everyday life in many workplaces. If you enjoy the autonomy of working by your self, being part of a team may not seem all that exciting to you. It makes sense that by working successfully with a team, you can accomplish more than you could individually. But being a part of the right group project can also help advance your career. Benefits of Contributing to a Group Project at Work 1. It hel...
 
  Want a Better Work Environment: Be the Change You Want to See
by Tai Goodwin - Oct, 2011
Wouldn’t it be great if you could snap your fingers and have everyone in your office transformed into the perfect colleague? Or what if you came into your office in the morning to find yourself working for a new boss – one who was supportive, flexible and nurturing? Just imagine how much more you would enjoy work, and how much happier you would be. No matter how hard we close our eyes and wish, the truth is we really can’t...
 
  Would You Sign This Declaration?
by Steve Farber - Oct, 2011
A Declaration of Extreme Leadership We, the undersigned, have devoted ourselves–personally and professionally–to changing the world, in some way, for the better. We strive to use what we have–passion, talent, desire, resources, imagination, time–to make a difference, to expand the rightness of things. We don’t consider ourselves to be naive or idealistic–although others certainly may. We are pragmatists of the highes...
 
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