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  How to handle the cubicle invader
by Elizabeth Freedman - Jun, 2010
Run, hide, here comes a Cubicle Invader! They’re everywhere, in every type of workplace imaginable – they might be in your cubicle right now. Just look for the person, other than you, who is in your cubicle almost as often as you are, and you’ll know you’ve got an Invader on your hands. Why have you been the lucky one chosen by the Invader? Who knows – maybe your cubicle is a temporary escape, allowing the Invader to hide,...
 
  Shift the Burden of Email Overload Back to the Sender with These Tips
by Andy Robinson - Jun, 2010
Before email, SENDERS shouldered the burden of mail. Writing, stamping, and mailing a letter was a lot of work. Email bludgeoned that system in no time. Now the RECEIVER shoulders the burden of filtering, reading and responding to the endless stream of emails we receive on a day-to-day basis. Taming email means training the senders to put the burden of quality back on themselves. What's the best way to train everyone aro...
 
  Creating Career Flow States – What’s Job Mojo?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
I recently spoke with the Human Resources Director of a company. She is also Director of an HR consulting group. She was interested in me speaking on career mojo and employee engagement at a workshop in Silicon Valley. She specifically wanted to know how I worked with coaching clients and organizations to tap into people’s intrinsic motivation and enhance career development and engagement. The HR Director and I spoke about...
 
  Career Mojo at Work – What’s Job Nojo?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
I recently spoke with the Human Resources Director of a Silicon Valley company. She is also Director of an HR consulting group. She was interested in me speaking on career mojo and employee engagement at a leadership conference in Silicon Valley. She specifically wanted to know how I worked with coaching clients and organizations to tap into people’s intrinsic motivation and enhance career development and engagement. The HR...
 
  Seven Career Mistakes That Turn Your Mojo into Nojo
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2010
I recently spoke with the former Human Resources Director of a law firm who had lost her job in the recent recession. She is now Director of an HR consulting group. The former HR Director who is also an attorney was interested in me speaking on career mojo and engagement at a workshop in Silicon Valley. She specifically wanted to know how I worked with coaching clients and organizations to tap into people’s intrinsic motivatio...
 
  Who’s Got Your Back?
by Suzanne Bates - Jun, 2010
“To err is human, to forgive divine.” - An Essay in Criticism, by Alexander Pope, English Poet, (1688-1744) You have to feel for Ann Curry. The Today show anchor figuratively tripped and fell during her commencement speech at Wheaton College in Norton, MA. Oh, she was still on her feet, but the pain must have felt as searing as a bloody knee when Curry was made aware that the famous Wheaton alumni she named in her speech...
 
  How to work for a slave driver
by Elizabeth Freedman - May, 2010
How do you know if you work for a Slave Driver? Easy – he’s the boss who likes to schedule meetings on a Saturday afternoon, who wants to review your memo at 7:00 am on a Monday morning, and doesn’t seem to bat an eye about calling you on your vacation to discuss an upcoming project. Hard working? Sure, but the Slave Driver takes it to a scary new level, where it seems there is little else that matters more to him than work –...
 
  What Are Your Best Professional Qualities?
by Hallie Crawford - May, 2010
Are you looking to make a career change or break into a new field? Are you dissatisfied with your current profession but not sure what your next career move should be? Before you make a major shift in your career, it's a good idea to take some time out for self-exploration. When was the last time you took stock of your personal strengths? Career coaching can help you uncover the hidden talents and abilities that, once discover...
 
  Image in the Work Place
by Valerie Sokolosky - May, 2010
How can have an image that is professional and know what is expected and respected in the environment you are in? Your professional presence includes three things – your visual image (dress), your appropriate behaviors (business etiquette) and your social savvy (communicating effectively internally and externally to build a powerful network). As for dress – the simple answer is to dress for your clients…in a way that sho...
 
  The Power of Keeping Your Promises
by Andy Robinson - May, 2010
How effective are you at keeping the promises and commitments you make - those commitments you make to others and those commitments you make to yourself? The cost you pay for not keeping your promises may not seem like much at the time, but the true cost is a cumulative cost, a cost that, over time, will significantly erode (1) the trust others place in you, (2) your personal integrity, (3) your self-esteem, (4) your self-c...
 
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