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  Career Advice from Bossypants
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2011
I just finished reading Tina Fey’s new book, Bossypants, and I absolutely loved it. Fey shares a fair amount of career advice in the book, especially for women in male-dominated industries like comedy, and I wanted to share one passage that particularly stood out to me as excellent advice for both women and men. Fey tells the story of Amy Poehler, new to Saturday Night Live at the time, playing around in the SNL writer...
 
  Cultivating Meaningful LinkedIn Connections
by Michael Cohn - Apr, 2011
Anybody who has any professional life at all (or even those who don’t) should have a profile on LinkedIn. It isn’t enough to have a profile. The profile must be complete and it must be working for you effectively. LinkedIn is an extremely effective way to build relationships that will eventually lead to opportunities for you in business. It is also a great way to strengthen your network, keep it strong and get the most out of...
 
  Considering a Career Change? Use Free or Low Cost Career Tests
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
If you find yourself in a job or career that no longer meets your criteria for career success, it might be time for a career change. If you are considering a career change, use free or low cost career tests to help you develop your next career move. Everyone has a list of different criteria for career success. These criteria could include wage levels, workplace power or occupational prestige. Regardless of our personal meas...
 
  How Performance Reviews Brand the Reviewer
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
It's a draw. All the arguments about performance reviews are correct. The process can be fair or unfair, useful or a sham, legitimate or bogus. It all comes down to us-the reviewers. Do you care? For many supervisors, it's about the paper, not the process. We whine about writing comments, deciding on ratings, and holding those dreaded employee review meetings. We forget that performance reviews are about feedbac...
 
  Are You Wasting Your Most Valuable Resource?
by Christine Hassler - Apr, 2011
This past weekend I had the pleasure of hearing Brian Tracy, one of the top success and achievementgoals in the world, speak. He said something that hit me like a ton a bricks: the majority of us are only using about 10% of our potential. 10%?!?!? From my point of view that number is WAAAAAY too low. Why are we operating at such a mediocre level? As human beings we have infinite potential; it is our greatest natural reso...
 
  Are You Worthy?
by Christine Hassler - Apr, 2011
I flipped on the television Monday night and caught a bit of Dancing with the Stars (I love seeing the elaborate and beautiful outfits they wear). After a couple dances, they are evaluated by the judges who hold up numbers rating them on a scale of 1 to 10. Those with a high enough score are deemed worthy enough to proceed to the next round as potential winners. And of course we all accept this as a way to be evaluated in a...
 
  Is Your Boss Wrong About You?
by Debbie Brown - Apr, 2011
Performance reviews are supposed to be an objective evaluation of an employee's performance, based on measurable criteria. But how often does that happen? And how often does a job lend itself to actual objective metrics? Samual Culbert, a professor in the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, is the author of "Get Rid of the Performance Review! How Companies Can Stop Intimidating, Start Managing-and Focus on What Rea...
 
  Is Your Mind Getting Fat?
by Christine Hassler - Apr, 2011
Yesterday as I was packing my lunch in my new Easylunchbox that has built in dividers like a bento box, a metaphor came to mind about portion control (you know how I love metaphors!). If you were attempting to release weight, decreasing your portions of high-calorie food while increasing your consumption of nutritional veggies and fruits would be an effective strategy. Imagine the benefits of applying the same principle of po...
 
  It’s Time to Make Comparison a Thing of the Past
by Christine Hassler - Apr, 2011
March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the diverse and historic accomplishments of women. It is my busiest time of the year (only five days in my own bed this entire month!) as I’m blessed to travel around the country to speak on women’s issues and empowerment. My favorite part of speaking to women is feeling the phenomenal energy that is created when we come together. Anyone who has ever been in a room where w...
 
  Telephone etiquette for your job search
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Years ago, when I was working on Wall Street (and mobile phones were a lot less common), I called a candidate for a job. She answered her cell phone — from a loud, New York City street corner. You can imagine our conversation: Me: We’d like to see about scheduling an interview… Her: I’m sorry…I can’t really hear you so well. It’s really LOUD here. Let me try to get somewhere quieter. Me: Okay. (Waiting…thinking — why...
 
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