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  Tips for times of transition – Part 4: Practical tips for jobseekers
by Dawn Bugni - Apr, 2011
Spring has sprung. Enjoy a change of scenery ... even it's only the front yard. This post finalizes the series of tips for times of transition Bridget Haymond and I put together. Hopefully, you’ve been able to take a nugget or two and apply it your personal search for professional bliss. Understandably, a job search can be extremely stressful. When you get overwhelmed, it’s always a good idea to take approaches back to the b...
 
  Tips for times of transition: Part 3 – Practical tips for job seekers
by Dawn Bugni - Apr, 2011
Last week, we looked at career marketing strategies for job seekers. This week, we’ll look practical tips to help sustain focus during the search. Bridget Haymond put together most of the practical tips. I added a few and Voila! You’ve got great ideas to keep things moving forward. Practical tips for job seekers 1. Keep busy and get as much physical exercise as possible. Keeping fit physically is good for your general hea...
 
  Emotionally Intelligent Managers as Coach
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2011
Managers determine how people experience work: joy versus despair, enthusiasm versus complaints, and well-being and resilience versus stress. Most managers want to be good at what they do, yet many lack the requisite coaching skills that facilitate positive action and behavior. As a manager who strives to do help employees do great work, you may need to develop your coaching skills. Coaching skills can help you and your peo...
 
  Executive Coaching – Coaching the Whole Person
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2011
Effective coaching is a major key to improving business performance. Working Resources San Francisco Bay Area Executive Coaching focuses on the qualities of good leadership and improved business results. Executive Coaching is comprised of a series of structured, one-on-one interactions between a coach and an executive, aimed at enhancing the executive's performance in two areas: • Individual personal performance • Indivi...
 
  Executive Coaching to Discover Your Talents and Strengths
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2011
One of my CEO San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients is working with her executive leadership team to create an organizational culture that leverages employees’ talents and strengths. I am coaching her to become more effective at focusing on strengths and values helping leaders at all levels of the organization become more fully engaged and productive. The CEO knows that for the organization to thrive depends on...
 
  20 Careers Where Women Outnumber Men
by Barbara Safani - Apr, 2011
I know that Tuesday was International Working Women’s Day, but since I think we should celebrate working women (and men!) everyday, I decided to hold off on this post so it could get some air time on one of the other 364 days of the year when women are making meaningful contributions to the world of work. According to a recent report by Forbes, there are 20 careers dominated by women. The top 5 are: 1. Registered Nurses...
 
  Networking – What you might be missing
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I met with a VP at a public relations agency, Mary, a few months ago. We talked about LinkedIn and how it is an important resource for job search, and for career management. I know many people are not on LinkedIn and many others feel they don’t need to be. Some professionals are at the top of their career path, or even the tails end of their career and don’t see the need for continued networking. I disagree with this perspecti...
 
  Do You Dread Sunday Nights?
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2011
There have been times in my life that I’ve been unhappy at my job, and I recall that Sunday evenings were always the worst. The precious weekend was over, and now I’d have an interminably long work week stretching ahead of me like miles of barren desert. I’d start getting anxious around dinnertime and would have trouble sleeping that night. Sound familiar? The good news is, if you find yourself dreading Sunday nights but...
 
  How to Orient A New Team Member
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2011
When I remember new hire orientations of jobs past, I think of watching cheesy, outdated videos, completing a marathon of poorly photocopied forms, and being escorted to an empty cubicle three hours before the end of the business day, left to wonder how I should pass the time until my new boss got back from an offsite meeting. I think about how homesick I was for the job I just left, how I’d had this sick feeling in my stomac...
 
  The Price of “Going Leaderless”—Lessons from the Libyan Rebels
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
It’s a case of follow the leader. That’s how organizations are designed to function. We expect leaders to lead. Some do and some don’t. We know our success is connected to them, either directly or indirectly. The clearer their direction, the more optimistic we feel. Now I’ve worked for or with managers who couldn’t lead themselves out of a paper bag. They would either: - Do what their employees wanted—the avenue...
 
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