Professionals in all walks of life often struggle with one key element. When asked about their strengths, they sometimes stumble through the answer. From all of my coaching experience, I… Read more »
As a leader, finding and motivating great talent is a challenge. If you already have a team performing at a high level, how do you sustain that as people move… Read more »
Making a successful career change can be as easy as following six critical steps. I call it STRIVE. Over 4,500 of my professional clients have used this model for… Read more »
What do you think of when someone says something about a stepping stone? The origin comes from placement of stones across a stream so that a pedestrian can walk across… Read more »
What do you do to tell family, friends, and neighbors about the things you are doing in your career?
Workplace conduct always has its ups and downs. Personalities of all shapes and sizes interact, presumably to accomplish some common goal. Yet as each new day unfolds, there are extreme… Read more »
NBC’s decision to juggle its late-night schedule has caused quite a stir. Regardless of which star’s side you might take, one thing is clear. Employment, even for major network superstars, is temporary at best. Conan’s gig only lasted 7 months.
We’ve all heard various ideas about managing our lives. When you break it all down, things can get lumped into these three categories. Yesterday is long gone. There are only… Read more »
As 2009 comes to an end, people in job transition are still facing big challenges. Now is the time to do a year end closeout just like a company or an… Read more »
Are you familiar with this term? It comes from a great little parable in book form written by Bob Burg and John David Mann. In this story the writers tell… Read more »