Is Your Next Career Leap a Promotion? Or a Horizontal Shift to a new Company?

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When most people think about progressing in their career they are most often thinking of promotions. And while a step up the corporate ladder seems like the logical next move when you’re ready to make a change, there may be other options to consider. Could a lateral move to a new company give you more… Read more »

When You Show Up To Work in the Morning What Message Are you Sending to Coworkers?

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They say it is just the first impression that counts, but you will actually make countless impressions over time even with the same group of people. When you arrive to work in the morning, your attitude and presentation will speak volumes to your coworkers for as long as you work together. What message are you… Read more »

How to Start Being Taken More Seriously at Work…Regardless of Role or Job Title

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Do you ever feel like you’re not being taken seriously at your job? If you’ve ever felt invisible or overlooked, there may be a few simple things you can do to turn the situation around. It doesn’t matter whether you’re role is highly visible or behind the scenes, you deserve to have your time and… Read more »

Setting Goals Starts with Writing them Down…Then Start Chipping Away

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Goal setting and execution is a time-honored tradition. The most successful people know that simply stating a goal is not the same as achieving it, you have to earn it. What are the best ways to establish your goals and begin to work toward them? Can better goal organizing help you be more successful? Before… Read more »

Changing Your Mindset to Ensure You’ll be Happier During Work

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There is one universal truth. You can’t always change the way something happens, but you can change the way you react to it. The same is true for people, often those with negative attitudes. Simply changing your mindset to a more positive outlook can give you all the tools you need to be happier at… Read more »

3 Reasons to Include Recent (and Past!) Achievements on Your LinkedIn Profile

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Do you sometimes look at your LinkedIn account with contempt? Maybe you just don’t know what to do with it. LinkedIn does have a purpose in today’s modern job landscape, but you can only get out if it what you put into it. Treating your LinkedIn like a digital, live resume will help you understand… Read more »

How to Become a Leader When Accepting a Leadership Promotion

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Many people are looking to advance their career in the direction of management, but how do you know if you’re management material. For your first leadership role you will be testing yourself, learning what works, and enhancing your skills for the long term. So how do you become a leader when you accept a leadership… Read more »

To Be Better at Your Job, Start Connecting More with Your CoWorkers

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Regardless of the work you do there will be times in your career where you will need to interact with others on the job. In fact, the secret to success could actually be in developing relationships with your coworkers. That’s right, if you connect more with the people you work with, you may start to… Read more »

How to Better Say “I’m Sorry” When You Mess Up at Work

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Messing up at work is an embarrassment to you and a lot of trouble for the people around you. Making a mistake happens to everyone, but what you do after that will be far more important. “I’m sorry,” is the most common answer when a major disaster happens, but what if there are phrases or… Read more »

How to Quit Your Job | When Enough is Enough

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When you put so much time into a job and you’ve realized that you’re no longer satisfied, how do you know it is the right time to leave the company behind? There is a lot of advice available for the restless employees out there, and not all of it is great or useful. Leaving a… Read more »