Moving into a new year, it is a good time for reassessing and thinking about what direction you will steer your business and your career development in 2013. Is it the year to pursue continuing education? Is it the year to apply for that promotion? Is now the time to consider a move into a… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Career Development
When you know, you know. Sometimes you just know that whatever modifications or adjustments you might make, the status quo just isn’t right for you. Maybe it isn’t the right field for you, or perhaps it isn’t the right company for you, or maybe you are just in the wrong position at the right company…. Read more »
Ever wonder what sets successful business leaders apart from employees with more ordinary daily achievements? Is it education? Is it luck? Some CEOs trace their success to important life lessons or a piece of excellent career development advice. A recent CNN article highlights some of the best tips to boost job performance. 4 Career Development Tips… Read more »
It is increasingly uncommon for an employee to stay at the same company for his or her entire career or even for many consecutive years. According to a recent Harvard Business Review article, “As of January 2012, the median time that wage and salary workers in the U.S. had been with their current employers was… Read more »
The idea that a college diploma is a surefire way to land a good job has fallen by the wayside. Today, recent graduates with a bachelor’s degree (or even a master’s degree) often find themselves struggling to leverage their educational background into employment opportunities in their field. Employers also encounter difficulties during the hiring process… Read more »
New Year’s is a common time for rethinking one’s choices and direction in life, but fall is another time when many people contemplate their career development path. A recent Harvard Business Review piece explains: “Fall is a time when career regrets tug more strongly than during the laidback summer months. New jobs appear on job boards,… Read more »
Everyone keeps saying that college students today are preparing for types of jobs that don’t even exist yet. We live in a time of rapid economic and technological change, and even those of us who have been in the workforce a bit longer are affected by the paradigm shift. Adam Richardson puts it well in… Read more »
Is 2012 your year to make a personal effectiveness breakthrough? If you feel like you are trudging along in heavy boots, it might be time to reassess how you manage your time. It can be difficult to leave old behavior patterns behind, but there are some easy tips that might be helpful to het you… Read more »
After years of hard-core discipline and training, many successful Olympic athletes decide to retire from their sports and create a new career and lifestyle with better work-life balance than the insane schedule of top tier athletes. These Olympians were inspired by their experiences as athletes to create their own career development direction than honors their Olympic… Read more »
Are you hoping to climb higher up the career ladder? A landmark new book suggests that success in your career and in your life may depend on how likeable you are. That’s right. If you worry less about your resume, your status, and your achievements and more about how nice you are to others, you… Read more »
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