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    Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: The Job Interview
by Mike Perry and Tim Muma - Feb, 2016
The interview starts long before you meet face-to-face with the hiring manager, and it doesn't end until a deal is reached...or you find out you're not the chosen one. Mike Perry, president of Szarka Financial, brings us his unmatched experience with interviews, letting us know which thoughts and ideas ring true - or false - when selling yourself one last time. Mike gives Tim Muma detailed examples of what will work for you wh...
 
    You Do What? - I'm a Crime Scene Anaylst
by Ross Gardner and Tim Muma - Feb, 2016
There are many things that go into solving a crime, one of which is analyzing the scene to determine what did or did not happen. Ross Gardner is an experienced and well-respected crime scene analyst with Bevel, Gardner & Associates. Ross has played a role in determining countless criminal outcomes, and tells Tim Muma about the detailed nature of the analysis, how technology continues to evolve and improve the field, and why he...
 
    Employment Notebook - Unlimited Vacation Perks and Challenges
by Courtney Seiter and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
On the surface, getting unlimited vacation sounds like the perfect benefit for any employee. Until you've been put in this situation, however, you don't realize the mental hurdles that need to be overcome to take full advantage of this terrific perk. Courtney Seiter, head of content marketing for Buffer, brings us her first-hand experiences with unlimited vacation, and how Buffer made adjustments to ensure the best for its emp...
 
    Management Decisions - Exit Signs: Successfully Selling Your Business
by Pamela Dennis and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
For the countless business owners working hard to build their company, there will eventually come a time to move on. That can be a physically, mentally and emotionally challenging process many aren't prepared to tackle. Pamela Dennis, author of "Exit Signs," offers Tim Muma her experienced insight to help organizational leaders effectively sell their businesses. Pamela sold her own company years ago, and for three decades she...
 
  Is Your Job Stressful?
by Carole Kanchier - Feb, 2016
Numerous studies show that job stress is the major source of stress for American adults and that it has escalated progressively over the past few decades. Occupational stress has been defined as a "global epidemic" by the United Nations' International Labor Organization. As for business, The World Health Organization estimates that stress costs American businesses $300 billion dollars a year in absenteeism, lower productivi...
 
  LinkedIn Job Search: True Story of a LinkedIn Letter that got Noticed!
by Sharon Cohen - Feb, 2016
One of my most popular workshops and career coaching topics is "LinkedIn Email Outreach Letters." Many people want to do this, but aren't sure how to navigate the technical intricacies and the etiquette. Recently, I helped a new, business client optimize his LinkedIn profile to attract employers. We optimized all the key sections based on his strengths and career goals. Then, we crafted a targeted LinkedIn Letter to a recr...
 
  The 5 Biggest Mistakes Career Changers Make
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
As a career coach and a career reinventer myself, I can confidently say that changing your career to something that is more suited to your values, needs, skills, and interests, is doable today, even in these tough economic times. But to switch careers effectively and achieve a positive outcome, you need four things: clarity, courage, confidence, and competence. Without these, you’ll most likely struggle hard and fail. Furthe...
 
  Win the Big Ones. Let Go of the Rest
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
The most common problem faced by the very successful executives I meet is wanting to win too much. Winning is, of course, not bad thing — quite the opposite. But the desire to win can become a problem, especially when the topic is meaningless or trivial. To gauge my clients’ “addiction to winning,” I present them with the following case study: You want to go to dinner at restaurant X. Your spouse, partner, or friend want...
 
  How Closing Your 3 Gaps - Beliefs, Values, and Time - Dramatically Improves Your Life and Work
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
Part of the series “Living and Working Better” Almost 10 years ago now, I embarked on a yearlong qualitative research study for my first book Breakdown, Breakthrough on how women experience what they perceive to be professional “crisis,” and how they overcome it. More than one hundred riveting personal interviews later, complete with intimate, revealing details on how professional women transform all aspects of their lives,...
 
  How To Get Back On Track After Working In A Job Outside Your Usual Career Path
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2016
Problematic situations. That is why most of our clients come looking for resume help. You are not alone! There are plenty of good reasons you may have left your career… Your spouse took a great job in a new city, and since you weren’t really ready to be single, you quit your job and went with. Or, you reached that point in your life where you wondered if maybe you could be a ________ (fill in the blank with that thing you a...
 
  12 Ways Project Management is Evolving According to Gartner
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
“The basic building blocks for digital services and products … have become so evolved, inexpensive, and ubiquitous, that they can be easily combined and recombined.” — The Economist, January 2014 As the data age marches on, IT and business become even further intertwined. Where do project managers fit in the radically new IT ecosystem that will be a reality by 2020? On his recent Project Management in 2020 webinar, Gartner...
 
  Do You Choose Your Arguments Wisely?
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
The #1 bad habit of successful people is winning too much. It is easily the most common behavioral problem I observe in successful people. You might think this is okay. How can winning too much be a problem? Isn’t winning too much why people are successful? No, not really, it’s oftentimes in spite of it. Winning too much is the #1 challenge for many of us, because it underlies nearly every other behavioral problem. For inst...
 
  Engaged employees get things done. See 8 tips for re-engaging your team.
by Beverly Jones - Feb, 2016
It's well understood that upbeat and highly motivated employees achieve more than their negative, disgruntled peers. Recognizing the link between attitude and job performance, human resources experts used to talk a lot about the need to enhance "employee morale" and build "job satisfaction." In recent years, however, the buzz has been all about increasing productivity and innovation by promoting "employee engagement." Defi...
 
  How Companies Like Uber, Facebook, and Salesforce Engage in Team-Building (It's Not What You Think)
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
Part of the series “Creativity at Work” Before I owned my own coaching business, I was in the corporate arena as a director and VP, focused on marketing and product development. In every company I worked for, every once in a while, we’d be asked to engage in some form of “team-building” – from a few days away from the office in a place like Las Vegas (complete with dinners out, casinos and a Cirque Du Soleil performance), t...
 
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