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  Winning at Working: Convenient Mistruths
by Nan S. Russell - Oct, 2015
The subject line of the email read: “We met at …” and the name of a conference where I’d recently spoken. Thinking it was from someone who attended my session, I opened it sooner versus later. “I never heard back from you,” she wrote, “I wanted to take you to lunch or drop by your office to explain my product more.” Since I live and work 2,000 miles from her, I knew she’d confused me with someone, or that we’d never met. I...
  3 Indisputable Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Coach!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Oct, 2015
Everyone needs a coach. But, not everyone wants a coach or wants others to know that they need a coach. Some areas welcome coaching. Sports for instance. In sports, we welcome coaching because we need an expert eye correcting our technique, exhorting us to try harder, and reminding us to maintain our poise in the game-day environment of competition. It’s the same in corporate life, where the best leaders function like our f...
  There’s No Shame in Asking for Help!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Oct, 2015
As the author of best-selling “self-help” books, you might be surprised to find that I wholeheartedly believe that if you want to improve your performance at almost anything, your odds of success improve considerably the moment you enlist someone else to help you! Some of us practice this instinctively. We enlist a friend to join us for yoga class or commit to training for a marathon with a group. We enjoy the companionship...
  4 Leadership Principles Every Business Requires
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2015
There is a formula for leadership success, and it’s spelled FAST. Too often, policies, procedures, and bureaucracy can slow necessary changes to a crawl, and negatively affect a company’s bottom line. Leadership expert and Fast Track friend Gordon Tredgold has written a new book in which he shares his four essential principals of leadership. Using the acronym of FAST (for Focus, Accountability, Simplicity, and Transparen...
  4 Steps to Let Go of Your Need for Approval at Work
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
Humans share an innate drive to connect with others. We’re evolutionarily wired to crave inclusion. Eons ago, this was linked with our survival; in pre-historic times, rejection triggered fear. If someone became isolated or was ousted from the group, his or her life would be at risk. Because the consequences of being rejected were so extreme, our brains and behavior adapted to avoid disapproval from others. In fact, research h...
  A Survival Guide to Dealing with Difficult Colleagues
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Oct, 2015
Professional behavior should be a given expectation amongst working adults but in reality, most of us have experienced unprofessional conduct in the workplace. You can choose your friends but you don’t always have the luxury of choosing your colleagues. In the iconic words of the late leadership guru, Peter Drucker, “We spend a lot of time teaching leaders what to do. We don’t spend enough time teaching leaders what to stop...
  Top 5 Tips for Introverted Executive Job Seekers
by Lisa Rangel - Oct, 2015
If you consider yourself shy, or introverted, what can you do to help yourself land the job you want? This is a comment I received recently: “Reaching out for extroverts is easy…for us people who are socially awkward, it can be so painful to just say hello to someone. It’s worsened by the fact that I dread small talk more than anything else out there…” If you are shy, or introverted, hear this message: you are not alo...
  Stress in Your Job Search–and Beyond
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
A while ago I published a post about experiencing stress on your new job. Today I came across a post about “Top 10 Ways to Help You Stay Calm under Pressure” that I felt could be helpful if you’re experiencing stress and pressure either during your job search or after you land the new job. (I found this post via a an item shared by Edward Harrison, a member of the LinkedIn group, Top Leaders/Executives, which I also belong to....
  The “Smart Creative” – Creating a Culture of Problem Solving
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2015
Innovative companies, it turns out, are mostly built by one type of employee. Google exec Eric Schmidt is famous for pioneering a very particular hiring process at the tech behemoth. In his book, How Google Works, Schmidt lays out his vision of the ideal Google employee. Called the “smart creative,” this employee represents the future of high performing knowledge workers. Loads of organizations are trying to emulate Goog...
  Next-Level Leadership Attribute #4: Influential
by Sara Canaday - Oct, 2015
This is part of a series about the attributes and behaviors of professionals who have elevated their leadership impact and reached the next level of success. Her frustration was clearly visible. I was meeting with a coaching client, and she described the progress she had made in her current position. She was consistently reaching her quarterly goals. She implemented process improvements that saved money for the department....
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