Tagged: career development

Start Your New Year Fresh With a New Career

Start Your New Year Fresh With a New Career

Well, we just made it through the presidential election and we’re about to enter 2017. I’m sure most of us have stopped to wonder…..What’s next? New gym memberships, eating less junk food, quit smoking, maybe finally deciding to make a career change? Making a career move can be a big change. Set a clear end […]

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Bring on The New Year!

Bring on The New Year!

As the New Year rapidly falls upon us, it’s time to come up with new plans and ideas on what we expect of ourselves and how we hope to get there. Don’t sit back and let the New Year come to you; Instead, have a proactive approach to attack it and put yourself at a […]

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Leadership

The Advantage: Building a Cohesive Leadership

I recently started reading “The Advantage” by Patrick Lencioni.  Lencioni discusses the necessary foundation, and building blocks to achieving a healthy organization. He talks about four major components to making organizational health part of the reader’s corporate environment: Build a Cohesive Leadership Team Create Clarity Over communicate Clarity Reinforce Clarity

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How Coaches Build a More Engaged Culture

A competitive environment at work can resemble a competitive environment on the sports field. There are players, there is a coach and everyone is working towards a common goal: scoring as many points as possible in order to win the game. A work environment is the same way: a manager and their team of employees […]

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Prove it! Your first 90 days

90 days. If you are about to start a new job the first 90 days on the job are critical. This is the time you are expected to learn, ask questions, and begin to perform.  These first 3 months are also the time you are being closely monitored, observed, judged, and questioned.

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LinkedIn Advice for College Students

It’s hard to deny that internships are important for succeeding after the bubble of “college life” pops and you need to find a job after graduation. Planning ahead and getting work experience is the best way to avoid the dreaded question, “So what do you want to do with your life?” One way to start […]

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