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    I Want to Be a - High School Principal
by Kelly Spors and Cady Chesney - Jan, 2015
High school principals supervise and facilitate the daily operations of high schools, which includes working with other district and state education officials, establishing and implementing academic goals and curriculum, and allocating financial resources. Of course, these duties extend to meeting with parents, overseeing disciplinary activities, and they may even be assisted by assistant principals. Kelly Spors, Principal of...
 
    You Do What? - I'm a Defense Contractor for the Pentagon
by Ashley Stahl and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
For those who dream of a career in foreign policy or the government, a position with the Pentagon may be the ultimate dream job. In this episode of “You Do What?” Jenna Connour is joined by Ashley Stahl, who discusses her experience as a defense contractor for the Pentagon. Ashley is currently a career coach, professional speaker, and the founder of Ashley Stahl Coaching; but before pursuing her current career path, she served...
 
    Job Search Guide - Developing Your Personal Brand
by Sherri Thomas and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
During your job search, successfully creating your own “personal brand” can be a huge contributing factor to securing a new position. But, what does it mean to have an effective personal brand, and how can you go about developing one? To learn more about this subject, Jenna Connour is joined by Sherri Thomas – a career development & leadership coach, corporate trainer, and the award-winning author of "Career Smart: Five Steps...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - A Spin on Time Management
by Rory Vaden and Tim Muma - Jan, 2015
You'll read plenty of opinions on the best strategies for time management, and most of them sound rather similar. Best-selling author Rory Vaden brings a different perspective to the table in finding ways to create more time...and even procrastination is a positive. Rory is a self-discipline strategist and co-founder of the international training company, Southwestern Consulting. He gives Tim Muma his take on time management a...
 
  How Do I Find a Career I'm Passionate About?
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2015
Today's reader question from DailyWorth.com: “I have been in my field for over two decades and I’m ready to start my dream career, but I’m not sure what that looks like exactly. I’m obsessed with organization and budgeting, but without a hardcore financial background, I’m unsure what type of job this would be. I want to look forward to going to work every day. What do you suggest?” The first thing I’d like to do is he...
 
  How To Recharge, Reignite, or Reinvent Your Career
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jan, 2015
According to The Conference Board Job Satisfaction survey less than half of US workers are satisfied with their jobs. Now is a great time to ramp up your career reinvention efforts and reflect upon what would gratify you in a career. If this is not the career you ordered, it’s time to jumpstart your professional reinvention so you can regain control and thrive. Sunday Night Blues – If you suffer from the Sunday Night Blues...
 
  Navigating a Personal Friendship at Work
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2015
Here's another reader question from DailyWorth.com: I work in a small credit union as a temp with a close friend who has been watching me closely at the office. How do I keep work separate from social? I know she is just trying to help me become permanent, but it can be stressful. — Marie, New York What came first: the close friendship or the job? If the friendship came first, then it’s probably worth protecting the re...
 
  Winning at Working: What Do You See?
by Nan S. Russell - Jan, 2015
Based on dozens of articles that arrived in my inbox in a single week, one might think that the majority of people work in difficult work-cultures, alongside clueless co-workers, under distrusting bosses. Here are a few examples: "You're the Boss, Not the Babysitter" "What to Do When Your Employees Won't Stop Whining" "Giving Feedback to the Clueless" "How to Survive a Toxic Boss" Fortunately, most of us don't wor...
 
  3 Ways to Make 2015 Great for Your Executive Career
by Lisa Rangel - Jan, 2015
Although you can decide to make a turning point in your career any day of the year, January presents a good opportunity for us to create a new direction. Perhaps it’s because January seems like an extremely optimistic time. Or maybe it’s because we want to jump on New Year’s Resolutions. Whatever the case may be, there’s no time like January to plan your best year ever. Reconnect with people. In the January 2015...
 
  Have a speech coming up? Want to sharpen your style?
by Beverly Jones - Jan, 2015
Finding more opportunities to make presentations can bring new energy to your career. Public speaking allows you to stand out, show what you know, and connect with a wider group of people. The more talks you give, the more you build your confidence and polish your style. And the prospect of presenting helps you identify what's important and work harder to know your stuff. I often encourage clients to raise their profiles b...
 
  Good Table Manners Can Pay Off
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2015
At a recent business luncheon a guest blew his nose in his napkin. Another used her fingers to push food onto her fork. Are these appropriate dining behaviors? Lunch or dinner meetings are common. Prospective employers and colleagues want to know how you can handle yourself in social situations, and whether you can carry on a good conversation. Business deals can be sealed or lost over a meal. Test Your Table Manners...
 
  Is Your Job Stressful?
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2015
Occupational stress has been defined as a “global epidemic” by the United Nations’ International Labor Organization, and it’s increasing. What does this quiz say about you? Stress Quiz Answer “yes” or “no:” I … 1) Am irritable, tired 2) Have little to say 3) Have no leisure activities 4) Lack autonomy, support 5) Lack challenge, feelings of accomplishment 6) Forget appointments, deadlines...
 
  Have a problem at work? Here are 6 times when listening can be part of the solution.
by Beverly Jones - Jan, 2015
Recently a reporter asked me to name the one piece of advice I most often give clients. Because coaching isn't supposed to be just about giving clients standard advice, I side-stepped that question. But since then I've been dreaming that if I could wave a magic wand to give all of you one enhanced career skill, that super skill would be listening. By "listening" I mean you not only shut your mouth long enough for the other...
 
  6 times listening may be the best strategy
by Beverly Jones - Jan, 2015
Have a problem at work? Listening may be a solution. Regardless of how you define your key workplace objectives, I’m willing to bet that better listening skills could help you achieve at least one of them. By “listening” I mean you not only keep your mouth shut long enough for the other person to talk, but you also shut down the voice in your head when it tries to tell you what to say next. You concentrate on the spea...
 
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