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  Christmas Gift Ideas for Your New Boss
by Marcia Robinson - Nov, 2011
Knowing what to buy as a Christmas gift for a new boss can be challenging. One reason is that you might not know the person well enough to know likes and dislikes. You also might not know how your new boss feels about receiving a Christmas gift from an employee. Your new boss might feel that your gift obligates them to also get a gift for you. That also now raises the question of whether the new boss should give a gift just to...
 
  Connecting the Dots Backward
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2011
Have you ever wondered why you're doing something today - only to look back five or ten years later - and realize that it all made sense? This is a phenomenon that Steve Jobs called connecting the dots backward. And as he eloquently shared in a story during a commencement speech to Stanford university a few years ago, it is how we make sense of our experiences. Jobs' birth mother was a young, unmarried graduate student w...
 
  Dusting the Money
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2011
It was one of the craziest things I ever have done. Or been talked into doing. In college, my sorority, normally a cozy haven of afternoons (after class) filled with hot tea, girl talk, and blankets in front of a soap opera, was disrupted by the intrusion of real life. Girls noticed that their money was missing. Several of us, over several weeks. We had a thief in house. That's right, a bonafide, wallet-lifting sister who...
 
  You, Last?
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2011
My mother loves to tell the story about the night of my senior prom. I was on the decorating committee, we had some no-shows, the theme was ridiculously complicated to bring alive through paper streamers and balloons, and we didn't finish until after 5 o'clock. As I was careening into the driveway it shouldn't have surprised me to peer in the rear view mirror and see my date, Jimmy, no more than a block behind me in his green...
 
  Does Your Office Space Reflect Your Brand?
by Valerie Sokolosky - Nov, 2011
When you think about personal branding, most of the time, you consider things like, what does my personal appearance say about my professionalism? Or, what does my web site say about my innovation? Or what does my speech say about my work ethic? What gets forgotten, or not even considered, is what does my office say about my company? And I mean physical office. Not your wonderful co-workers and superiors, but rather the fou...
 
  Get on your career path to success!
by Hallie Crawford - Nov, 2011
In a recent career coaching group this week, my client Allison was talking about the Ideal Day visualization. I have career coaching clients do this exercise to help them identify their ideal career. I have also included this exercise in our Identify Your Ideal Career Path Home Study Program. Alison said that she really loved the exercise, and I was thrilled to hear that she got a brand new career idea from doing this. Here...
 
  The Five Career Stages
by Thomas J. Denham - Nov, 2011
I always ask my clients their age. I don’t mean to make them feel bad about how old they are. But someone that’s 55 is at a different stage in their career and life than someone that’s 25 or 45. As a career counselor, I know that a 25 year old client presents dissimilar issues than someone who may be close to retiring and asking themselves the question, “What’s next?” One of the pioneers in the field of career development,...
 
  Soft Skills Learned in Career Training Programs
by Marcia Robinson - Oct, 2011
In addition to the practical knowledge that career training graduates develop, these five soft skills also make them attractive to employers. The Council of Economic Advisers is projecting faster-growing demand for workers with a two-year technical-college degree, or specific training, than for those with a full university degree. As Americans rethink the options for career training that will make them job ready for 21st c...
 
  Leadership Resilience - Learning from Mistakes
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2011
I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients – the CEO of a boutique hotel and restaurant company. We had an enlightening coaching conversation about how he has handled failure and learned from his mistakes. We talked about how he was able to bounce back from failure by viewing business as a learning laboratory. My executive coaching client and I further discussed how resilient leade...
 
  Managing Complexity – A Leadership Checklist
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2011
I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients – the CEO of a Silicon Valley High Tech company. We had an enlightening coaching conversation, that revolved around how leading people and organizations today is much more complicated today than just a few years ago. Economic uncertainty and globalization, along with innovative technologies provides leaders constant challenges to successf...
 
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