Career

When you leave a job with an organization, your responsibility to that company doesn’t completely end on your last day, says Cheryl Hyatt of Hyatt-Fennell, an executive search firm.
According to a study done by On Device Research, a market analyst firm, 1 in 10 young job seekers have lost a job opportunity because of their social media profiles. The greatest faux pas or errors will happen when people grow too comfortable and/or confident in the social media environment.
Sometimes the difference between getting ahead as an admin instead of just spinning your wheels is a matter of knowing who you are … and being willing to accept yourself as an imperfect machine that isn’t quite finished.
There are many things you miss out on by having everything you want appear instantly, Dianne Wilson writes.

4 ways to utilize feedback

April 5, 2018 Categorized in: Personal Development

Marjorie M. Mauldin, president of Denver-based Executive Forum and the author of Feedback Revolution, shares these tips on what to do when you’re given the straight dope.

Awesome Admin Q&A: May ’18

April 5, 2018 Categorized in: Personal Development

Admins answer questions about technology, advice and what’s for lunch.

3 bad salary negotiation strategies

April 5, 2018 Categorized in: NegotiatingSalary

When the chance arises to negotiate your compensation package, says Cory Klupfer, entrepreneur and author of Authentic Negotiating, avoid these three pitfalls.
Jay Forte’s trick to get his clients thinking about what is and isn’t working.
If typing at your desk job causes you to feel pain, stiffness, numbness, weakness and lack of circulation (coldness) in your hands and wrists, both on the job and afterward, how can you tell if it’s carpal tunnel syndrome or not?
How much negativity are you accidentally allowing into your life?
It can be hard to sacrifice things you usually spend money on, but it can also be fun to cut back and watch the savings accumulate. Here are eight ways to save.
Being successful in an interview means standing out. That’s the real task. Fielding and satisfying interview questions and then posing a few of your own is the minimum requirement, but it’s not enough to make you stand out. You’re not entirely ready for your interview until you can check these next four boxes as well.

Leadership Tips, Vol. 0418

March 8, 2018 Categorized in: Personal Development

A different view on brainstorming … What older people want younger people to keep in mind