Your Words, Actions And Performance All Have Consequences
by Bob Roth - Jun, 2012
Young children can sometimes get away with saying or doing the wrong things. They may not yet be expected to know any better. However, as children grow older, they can get into trouble because they either do not recognize or do not care that their words and actions sometimes have severe and painful consequences. Because college students are a bit older, more is expected of them. They have already experienced some of the po...
Try This Today - Check Your Team's Key Goals Alignment
by Andy Robinson - Jun, 2012
Question: How well do the key goals being focused on by your direct reports align with YOUR goals? Try this .... Check in with each of your direct reports over the next couple of days and ask them: "What are the two or three key goals that you're most focused on this week?" .... and "What are your two or three key 30-day goals?" Make note of what year hear ... then ... scan the list of team member key goals and look for...
New Year’s Resolution: How is it Going?
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2012
Several months ago you set goals for 2012. How is it going? Maybe you have made great progress -- or like many of us, maybe you are discouraged because you have gotten off track. With more than half of the year remaining, there is plenty of time to build your momentum for a strong finish! So many times we make a resolution and by March, we have to think for a moment to remember what we resolved to do. What about that bette...
Can’t break the bad habit? Change your routine
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2012
I was talking to my career coaching client Chris from Chicago the other day, and he brought up one of the techniques he’s using to help him in his job search and in his life in general. He has a tough habit of focusing too much on why he doesn’t like his job. It’s hard to break out of this habit because he’s there every day for 8 hours! At the end of the day he feels drained and frustrated and it can be difficult for him t...
How to figure out your skills
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2012
“To thine own self be true.” It’s more than just a line from Shakespeare! Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone who worked had the luxury of spending their work hours doing something that they enjoyed and was true to their values and skills? If you are considering a new career, have you done any thinking about how that career intersects with who you are (or want to be)? Focusing your your values is one way to help direct your se...
Differentiate Yourself With A Specialty
by Robin Fisher Roffer - May, 2012
Clearly define your expertise so you can attract the opportunities you want and the money you need. The process of developing a dynamic brand image asks you to unearth your authentic self, identify what you bring to the table, declare your values, vision your future, and at times live a double life as you evolve into the professional you aspire to be. The linchpin to a successful personal brand is your area of experti...
Fairy Job Mother: Is this the right career for me?
by Sharon Cohen - May, 2012
I wish I was a Fairy Job-Mother with magic career powers! I'd like to wave a wand and instantly connect people with their dream jobs. As a Career counselor - I'm frequently asked: What career should I pursue? What will make me happy? How can I be sure? Well, you know what two things everyone can be sure of - and neither are related to career choices! I wish I could guarantee people's career happiness! If only...
The New Groupthink: Problems with Teams
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - May, 2012
A recent survey found that 91 percent of high-level managers believe teams are the key to success. But the evidence doesn’t always support this assertion. There are insidious disadvantages to teamwork, notes Professor Heidi K. Gardner in her April 2012 Harvard Business Review article, “Coming Through When It Matters Most.” “Just when teams most need to draw on the full range of their members’ knowledge to produce the high...
Career Coach: Advice for blushers and job hunters
by Dr. Joyce E. A. Russell - May, 2012
Managing a difficult co-worker Q:I have a co-worker in another office who often scolds me via e-mail and adds additional names to the “cc:” line. It is not as embarrassing as it is annoying. How do I approach her tactfully to put an end to this? A: E-mail is often used inappropriately. It is definitely not the best forum for delivering bad or uncomfortable news. The e-mails often escalate back and forth and then the issu...
How to Develop Emotional Intelligence (EI)
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - May, 2012
I recently spoke with the director of human resources a San Francisco Bay Area company regarding providing executive coaching for the company’s CEO. The director of human resources asked some very insightful questions to determine whether we were a good fit. She specifically wanted to know how I worked with different personality styles, and my methods for initiating behavior change. She was very interested in my executive coac...
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