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  • 4 Books to Help You Thrive Despite a Dysfunctional Workplace
    by Melody Wilding - January 7, 2020
    We spend half of our waking hours at work, yet we rarely stop to consider how work affects us mentally or emotionally. For many people, the office can feel like a second home. You probably spend more time with your team than you do your family or friends. If you’re not happy with your work environment, that dissatisfaction can carry over into your other parts of your life, damaging your self-esteem, confidence...
  • Personal Branding & Your Career
    by Debra Wheatman - January 3, 2020
    A question I’m frequently asked is, “What is personal branding, and why should I care?” My advice is the same regardless of career level or aspiration. Your brand is the experience that people have when they interact with you, whether that’s in person, on social media, or via your content. The number one goal of your professional life is to be the CEO of your career. To do so, you need to build a str...
  • Here’s How You’ll Finally Get the Job You Want in 2020
    by Stacey Lane - December 31, 2019
    You didn’t land your dream job this year, but that’s okay. You had other things going on. If anything, it’s made your resolve to find a new job even stronger. Nothing at work has changed, except your patience to tolerate uninteresting projects and a continuously increasing workload. You don’t want so much to land a new job—you need to get a new job this coming year. You’re sick of bein...
  • Is Dressing for Success Still a Thing?
    by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - December 30, 2019
    The workplace continues to evolve, and with this comes changes in almost every aspect of business, such as office processes, business transactions, and even dress codes. As companies become more and more open to the idea of employees showcasing their personalities through their work and the way they dress, does the old adage “dressing for success” still ring true? The answer is yes, and here are the reasons why:...
  • Revealing the Secrets of Networking for Job Seekers
    by Paul Freiberger - December 20, 2019
    Outside of keeping a positive attitude, networking is the most common tip given to job seekers. Do it well to gain referrals, leads, and advice. With hundreds of books, and countless blog posts, dedicated to networking, you’d think this topic would be easy for most to master. You can read over and over that it’s who you know that counts. Unfortunately, what may seem like a simple and straightforward task of m...
  • How Leaders Can Influence Team Creativity
    by Sara Canaday - December 19, 2019
    While speed and efficiency are necessary leadership traits in our always-on, do-more world, there’s also a point of diminishing returns. If we let agendas and clocks dictate all of our meetings, we could be undermining our own efforts to encourage meaningful collaboration and innovative thinking. Consider the unfortunate impact. Many people are reluctant to speak up and contribute something that disrupts the cad...
  • Are You A Workaholic? How To Tell And What To Do About It
    by Kathy Caprino - December 18, 2019
    Workaholism is an addiction that is plaguing the average worker in the U.S. Research shows that almost half consider themselves “workaholics,” putting in four hours of unpaid overtime per week, and spending another four hours just thinking about work. How can professionals manage their time in a more balanced way and push back to establish more work/life balance? To learn more about this, I caught up with Dr....
  • What Does Flexibility Mean in the Workplace? The Answer May Surprise You
    by Lindsey Pollak - December 17, 2019
    “Young People Are Going To Save Us All From Office Life,” cheered the headline of a recent New York Times article that caught my eye. As the article explored, flexibility is often cited as the highest priority for newer professionals as they evaluate jobs. But I would argue that, in our current five-generation environment, workplace improvements should appeal to employees of all generations. Wondering how yo...
  • Invest in Yourself – And Others
    by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - December 16, 2019
    In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, make sure you carve out time to consider what you need to honor your life and career in 2020. Professional development is a great investment in your continuous career journey, whether you are starting a new role or entrepreneurial venture, or trying to maximize your career growth in an existing organization. As the Queen of Transferable Skills – I also know how import...
  • Autism-Focused Hiring Initiatives and the Technology Angle
    by Corinne Weible - December 12, 2019
    From Think Tank meetings to conferences, the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT) has heard from many businesses that actively seek strategies to recruit people with disabilities into their workforces. Businesses are increasingly aware that people with disabilities bring many important assets to the company, but they’re often unsure of where to start. An exciting development in the recruitment of e...