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The end of the year is a perfect time to reflect on your career and reassess. Before you set goals and think about the future, it’s always wise to spend some time reviewing the past. After all, you can’t move forward if you don’t truly understand where you are and how you got there. With this fresh perspective, you’ll be ready to start the new year with confidence and clarity.
Nearly every week it seems, I hear from someone in this community asking some form of this question: Is it selfish to quit my job? On the one hand, this tells me that the people who connect with my work are nice. They worry about putting their colleagues in a difficult situation. They don’t want to focus so deeply on their own career goals that they harm others in the process. But on the other hand, there’s a point at which niceness goes too far…
When dealing with high-pressure situations at work, your demeanor can have a dramatic impact on your success—for better or worse. Showing your feelings in the wrong way can undermine your credibility. If you want to get ahead professionally, you have to learn self-control. This webinar will show you how!
If you’ve been paying attention to the news and social media over the past two weeks, you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “quiet quitting”. For some unknown reason, this concept has gained a lot of traction lately, but don’t be fooled. It’s not a new idea. It’s also not an especially helpful addition to the very necessary conversations being had around work/life balance, boundaries, and the monumental shifts happening in the workplace as a result of the pandemic.
Many professionals fall into bad communication habits—and they often don’t even realize it! These bad habits can damage your reputation, harm your relationships, and limit your effectiveness. If you want to be a high performer, you must identify, evaluate and overcome communication missteps. This webinar will show you how!
Age discrimination is real, but there’s only so much you can do. You can’t change your age! But it doesn’t have to be a hinderance to your job search! Here are some things you can do to present yourself in a way where you feel more confident during a virtual interview.
If you’re not directly supervising others, you may think you don’t have opportunities to delegate any portion of your workload. Think again! There may be hidden opportunities to hand off certain task to others, even without direct authority.
The concept of “informal leadership” can be a little fuzzy. Many professionals want to embrace leadership principles, but they worry about overstepping. Whether or not you aspire to become a “formal” leader, it’s important to understand this concept and demonstrate leadership qualities in ALL your professional roles. This webinar will show you how!
The average person spends about one-third of their lifetime on the job. It’s not only much more enjoyable when you’re doing something you care about; it’s also a lot easier to accept that time commitment when you’re invested in the work. But it IS possible to care too much. Learning how to develop healthy professional detachment is an essential skill for long-term career fulfillment. Keep reading to learn more!
We tend to use these two terms synonymously as if they mean the same thing. But I draw a distinction between them. I just find it easier for managing them and speaking about them, because they are different things. We, therefore, need to approach them differently.
Building or rebuilding trust in the workplace is not only possible, it’s relatively simple (though not necessarily easy!). Leveraging a few thoughtful strategies, you can begin to break down walls and build new, productive bridges with your colleagues—and everyone will benefit when you do! This webinar will show you how!
Most of us were raised to believe that loyalty is a good thing that will be rewarded. But in the professional world, this often isn’t true. In fact, the longer you stay with one employer, the more you could be missing out financially. Keep reading to learn more.