Career Management

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There’s no “I” in “team” (but I wish there were)

April 12, 2018
Q. We’re so irritatingly team-based where I work that my best ideas just get folded into everyone else’s. How do I make sure I get some of the credit I think I deserve?

Don’t let the lack of a path keep you from moving

April 12, 2018
Q. I work for a company where the responsibility for upward mobility is entirely on the employees; there’s no career development program, no performance reviews. What’s the best strategy to start out with given these restrictions?

Create your own simple PED

April 12, 2018
Scientists are only just beginning to figure out the right combination and timing of exercise to improve brain function. Here are three tips to your simple PED (performance enhancing drug).

5 reasons you need to work for yourself

April 6, 2018
Not everyone is cut out to stake their own claim and never draw a paycheck from someone else’s company. But your bucket list may not truly be complete until you spend a year making money strictly from your own resourcefulness. Here’s why you should take that entrepreneurial spirit for a spin.

They want you on the board—but is it a smart move?

April 3, 2018
You’ve been approached to be on a board. You are flattered! But, should you accept? There is a lot to consider as you weigh the time, personal investment, and—at times—risk. Cheryl Hyatt of Hyatt-Fennell Executive Search has five tips for evaluating a board position to make sure it’s right for you.

Wise ways to establish executive presence

March 30, 2018
Regardless of your job title, you can establish executive presence by radiating self-assuredness. Here are some tips to wield authority with confidence.

Secrets of the ridiculously successful

March 21, 2018

Watching ultra-successful people gives you clues as to how they tick and how you can succeed, too.

3 ways leaders can navigate imbalanced lives

March 20, 2018

In debunking the balance theme, leadership expert Sue Hawkes gives three tips for leaders to help them accept and maximize an imbalanced schedule.

When you gotta go with your heart

March 15, 2018

In 1988, at age 33, Miles White turned down the chance to head the Asia Pacific region for a division of Abbott Laboratories. Why? His wife wanted to open a children’s bookstore and he didn’t want to transplant their three young sons.

Leadership Tips, Vol. 0418

March 8, 2018

A different view on brainstorming … What older people want younger people to keep in mind

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