Career Management

What’s your ‘Yeah, but’?

November 7, 2019
Almost everyone must go through their career with the phantom of a “Yeah, but” hovering around them. Maybe it’s a working life tainted by missed opportunities, regrettable behavior, personality failings or just perpetual bad luck. How you deal with your own private “Yeah, but” may determine your level of happiness in life.

Leadership Tips, Vol. 1219

November 7, 2019
Face to face, eye to eye … What, exactly, is a comptroller?

About to ask for a raise? First, a test

October 31, 2019
You’re getting ready to do the confident walk into the boss’s office to explain why the time for an increase in pay is now. But before you do, document the four trips to that office you make in the weeks leading up to “the talk.”

Who’s on your ‘reinvention board’?

October 10, 2019
Is it time for a new job? What about a whole new career? Sound daunting? In the book The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention, author Pamela Mitchell walks us through the process of career reinvention.

Sharpen your storytelling prowess

October 10, 2019
Whether you’re giving a presentation or just trying to punch up your business writing, narrative is a powerful and essential tool.

Say what? 3 translation tools

October 7, 2019
Try these 3 translation resources.

What your hands are revealing about you

October 4, 2019
In discussions of body language, the hands are often overlooked; more emphasis is frequently given to posture, the face or the position of the shoulders. Joe Navarro discusses the messages that hands can send in an article for Psychology Today.

Brainy tech tips to manage stress and productivity on the go

October 1, 2019
The next time stress threatens to launch us into orbit, the following tips may bring balance back into our life and keep us grounded.

No time to eat? There’s a service for that

September 12, 2019
Meal kit delivery services may not fit everyone’s schedule, budget, or cooking habits, but the sheer variety of options is alluring. Here’s a list of some of the best.

Break your personal cycle of discord

September 12, 2019
It’s going to happen again sometime this month, or even this week: A new work conflict is going to kick the same old petty exchanges into gear. Daniel L. Shapiro, Ph.D., recently explained to a webinar audience how it always seems to work—and what you might be able to do to fix it.