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  It's Your Time: Executive Time Management
by Suzanne Bates - Sep, 2012
At this stage in your life, you have certainly learned something about how to be productive. You don't get tapped for a top job, or lead an organization, unless you can get things done. Still, even seasoned leaders tell me they sometimes have a nagging feeling that they spend too much time on the wrong things, and too little time on the right ones. In the heat of the day, the consequences may seem insignificant. In the long...
 
  Smart Career Management: It’s 20-20
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2012
In reality, hindsight might be the only career management “vision” that is 20-20; however, hindsight is not the best career management tool. It can give you insight into mistakes you have made in your career management, which is potentially useful after the fact, but heavy reliance on it will put you seriously behind the curve in terms of making wise and successful career moves. Hindsight is re-active; 20-20 career managemen...
 
  Tunnel Vision Can Derail Your Career
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2012
One definition of tunnel vision is “narrowness of viewpoint resulting from concentration on a single idea, opinion, etc., to the exclusion of others.” Tunnel vision in relation to career management indicates that you are concentrating too narrowly on something in a way that affects or could affect your career negatively—but what? And how bad could it be for your career success and longevity? Career Focus versus Tunnel Vi...
 
  11 Steps for a Graceful Resignation
by Thomas J. Denham - Sep, 2012
It’s a big risk to leave your job, so clarify that this is what you want. Have you carefully written out and weighted the advantages and disadvantages? Have you discussed it with a career counselor or someone you trust? What advice do they offer? Are you really ready to move on? Think constructively about how you want to handle it in a professional and amicable way. Here’s how to do it. 1. Keep It Private - Don’t tell...
 
  7 Factors in Evaluating Job Offers
by Thomas J. Denham - Sep, 2012
Congratulations! Finally after a long job search, you have one employer's offer and are waiting to hear from others. After you have spent so much time and effort trying to get an offer, the process of evaluating the offer to see if it is right for you often takes a back seat. A well developed approach is needed at this point and you should consider the following 7 factors before making your final decision. Adjust the percentag...
 
  Great inspiration for your career journey
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2012
I received an email from a former career coaching client who is starting to live his dream. I wanted to share his story with you for inspiration and also for a few tidbits of advice. I think many people can relate to feeling this frustrated, and could learn from his career journey. Here are some tips from Braeden’s story: 1) Braeden’s career journey has taken some time. I try to remind my career coaching clients often that...
 
  How to Make the Most of a Temporary Job
by Miriam Salpeter - Sep, 2012
Remember when "temps" were administrative professionals and retail workers at the holidays? It's time to adjust your thinking; the "temporary" job has taken on a whole new meaning. In a post for Marketplace Money, Sara Horowitz, the CEO of the Freelancers Union, suggests that freelancing has become a factor in every part of the labor market. Companies reluctant to ramp up their full-time workforce are realizing they can accomp...
 
  The 8 Core Priorities of Work/Life Balance
by Thomas J. Denham - Sep, 2012
Four typical signs of work/life balance gone amok are: 1) Feeling you are merely trying to get through the day; 2) Barely making it to the end of the week and feeling completely exhausted by the time you get home; 3) Feeling that you are on the merry-go-round of life and just wanting to get off; or 4) Feeling like you are falling behind and never catching up. If you are not “wicked happy” then there are a couple of rules yo...
 
  "Transferable Skills" Fallacy: When is too late to change industries?
by Jean Cummings - Sep, 2012
Executive at a crossroads Let’s call him Jesse. His story is a hypothetical example, but one that is not uncommon. Jesse has done all kinds of great things. Wonderful quantifiable achievements. And in several industries – IT, Manufacturing, Consulting. Clearly, he’s loaded with talent. So, he’s 45 or thereabouts. And he wants to apply at the VP level for positions that might come up in any of those fields. The trouble is...
 
  How to Be Happier at Home (and Work)
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2012
Gretchen Rubin has been a friend of mine since the early days of our blogs. Her first book, The Happiness Project, became an international bestseller, and I was excited to read her latest effort, Happier at Home. The new book focuses on ways we can make our homes places of greater simplicity, comfort, and love. Since I specialize in careers and work, I naturally zeroed in on the part of the book that focuses on work/li...
 
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