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  How to Generate Personal Energy - Find a Faulty Story
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
I recently facilitated a Leadership Retreat at a beautiful ocean and beach resort for the Managing Partners of a law firm. We focused a great deal on improving their emotional intelligence-based leadership skills including self-awareness and creating more work/life balance. The legal profession is a highly rewarding, but increasingly demanding profession. Managing partners are often stressed out and some burned out. One of...
 
  Stories Create Our Reality
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
I taught a self-management class for fifteen years, and work with scores of coaching clients to improve their self-management. One critical insight that I’ve observed over the years is that the happiest people construct their reality by telling themselves positive stories. I manage my own life by taking time to reflect on the stories I’m telling myself about people and events. I’ve learned that by changing my internal narrati...
 
  What’s Your Story?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
“The most important story you will ever tell about yourself is the story you tell to yourself.” ~ Jim Loehr, The Power of Story, Free Press, 2007 Stories that don't work happen to everybody. Each of us operates with a variety of organizing principles, or “stories,” that swirl around our brains. They often prompt us to work harder and faster, even though we're not getting any closer to achieving the life we want. Even th...
 
  Don't lose the passion!
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
People often ask me, "if I have so many hobbies and interests, or so many things I enjoy doing, how do I know which one I should pursue as a career?" This is a common issue. I tell people it's like being on spin cycle in the dryer. You're so confused you don't know which way to turn, and which interest or passion to pursue. Sometimes the path we want to take seems very clear though. For example, some passions will pay more tha...
 
  Happy President’s Day!
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
I’m sure you are familiar with this quote from President Barack Obama: “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” Change is never easy, especially when you are in career transition. Fear (among others) can be a big obstacle to change that you want to make. The obstacles I see time and time again for people wanting to mak...
 
  Networking: Script it out; just don’t sound like a telemarketer
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
I was talking to my client Kellie recently about her job search. She had a few calls to make to prospective employers to follow up on her interviews. (Yes luckily, I’m finding recruiters are calling people again, and I have several clients out there going on interviews.) Kellie was nervous, she didn’t know what to say to them and didn’t want to choke up or sound unprofessional on the phone or on their voicemail. This is imp...
 
  Are you Competent? Top 10 Skills to Ace Your Next Performance Review
by Sharon Cohen - Mar, 2011
•Do you have an upcoming performance review? •Want to WOW your boss? •Anxious, worried, tongue-tied? Let me take the stress and guesswork out of your next performance review. If you are like most people you are dreading this meeting. Having been on both sides of the fence I know that neither side is very comfortable. The latest business research has found that competencies, rather than raw IQ or intelligence scores are...
 
  Choosing a Path
by Nan S. Russell - Mar, 2011
Reading in the airport while waiting for a flight to Houston, a housekeeper was tidying around me when approached by another facilities employee. After a few minutes of easily overheard chit-chat, she received coaching from her now apparent supervisor. "You know," he said "I'd like you to pace yourself." Intrigued by his words, I stopped reading to eavesdrop and heard as he told her, "You're doing too good a job. You don't...
 
  Manage Your Career with Mentoring
by Thomas J. Denham - Mar, 2011
Just about everyone needs a mentor at some point in their career. A mentor is a trusted seasoned professional who guides a less experienced individual in his/her development through listening, instruction, advice and encouragement. This can also include being a coach for better career decision-making. The mentor can be someone internally or outside the organization that has overcome obstacles on the road to success. Often...
 
  What If You Continue to Ignore your “What If” Questions?
by Christine Hassler - Feb, 2011
"Life is an unanswered question, but let's still believe in the dignity and importance of the question." -Tennessee Williams What if? This question evokes a feeling of wonderful possibility or dreadful panic. For many, it’s the latter. What if questions usually pop-up when we are navigating our way through unknown territory. When worrying about a situation or facing anxiety about something in the future, the incessant what if...
 
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