Career Advice Blog
A growth mindset is important for resilience, adaptability, and overall success in life and work. Without it, you will likely struggle to deal with many aspects of life, including change and adversity—two common characteristics of today’s working world. This webinar will show you how to develop this essential mindset.
We have to invest our time, energy and attention into using tools and technology to support our time management. And ultimately, we want that to help us to be more productive. But if we’re not careful, we can actually experience diminishing or even negative returns on our investment.
I am a big believer in taking ownership of your career. That’s why I recommend that everyone create their own PDP, even if your manager or employer has created one for you.
In today’s ultra-busy workplace, many professionals harbor the unhealthy and unrealistic belief that they’re supposed to be ultra-productive 100% of the time. That’s just not possible. Believe me, I’ve tried!
I’ve come to believe that there’s a predictable 3-stage productivity cycle that takes place for everyone.
The discipline of planning serves us well, even if the plans we create are rarely implemented precisely. Nine times out of 10, we can’t follow the plans we create because of unexpected circumstances. But that doesn’t mean that we should completely abandon the process of planning, because the process of planning has benefits in and of itself, regardless of the actual plan.
When interruptions and distractions try to pull you off track, you need to deal with them and get back on track quickly. Or, even better, you need to avoid them entirely. Learning how to do this is perhaps the most important thing you can do to maintain your productivity in any environment.
One of the reasons I love Project Management is because it’s just so darn useful. A lot of project management practices have broad application; they can be used for managing many aspects of work, far beyond projects. These project management practices are techniques every professional can benefit from knowing, and they have the power to dramatically improve your daily work life.
When it comes to your career, there’s one investment that will always yield the best, most sustainable, most reliable returns. Any time or money you spend on expanding your professional capabilities has a potential payoff that is greater than any other investment you could make. That sounds like an exaggeration, I know. But think of it this way…
Well-established KPIs provide a roadmap for success and verifiable metrics to prove your achievements. Every professional, no matter what role they’re in, needs KPIs. Whether or not you have them already, this training will help you better understand their purpose and leverage them productively.
Planning is an essential part of success, and it’s a popular topic this time of year. But, as we all know, life is anything but predictable these days. So how can we create plans for the future when everything is fluid? In this session, you’ll discover the power of flexible planning and how to integrate it into your personal and professional goal setting process.
Imposter syndrome is a surprisingly common phenomenon characterized by an overriding sense of self-doubt and incompetence that persists despite external success. This webinar will help you recognize this insidious form of self-sabotage and learn strategies to overcome it.
When you’re being evaluated for a promotion, managers are looking at three things: your past performance, your current competence, and your future potential. This video and article will tell you more about how to prepare yourself for earning that next career move.