Personal Development

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Commit yourself to set at least one professional and one personal goal you would like to achieve this year. 
Hallie Warner, executive assistant and chief of staff to Adam Hergenrother of Adam Hergenrother Cos., says the most rewarding part of the job is working for a dynamic business leader.

Changing industries?

January 5, 2018 Categorized in: Personal Development

There’s a learning curve when you do so, even if you’re in the same position. Here’s some advice.
If you have a rock-star colleague and the bosses seem to love her, it can be hard not to feel a little jealous. How do you stop envy from ruining your work when you feel like you can’t measure up to co-workers?
There are approximately 40 million people living with anxiety in the U.S., and if you’re one of the sufferers, you know that it can interfere with your work. Here are some coping strategies.
Forming strong bonds with other people is good for our creativity, resilience and longevity. Compassion in the workplace can help you form stronger personal bonds with your colleagues. Keep these tips in mind.
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You need great confidence if you want to be a successful leader, writes InPower Consulting President and CEO Dana Theus, who offers five steps to help you boost yours.
As a new year of opportunities and aspirations quickly approaches, many of us are already hitting the gym more and focused on physical fitness. Yet, we can’t deny that our endurance is also exceedingly dependent on a happy, healthy mind.

Recipe for success? A dash of tech

December 7, 2017 Categorized in: Personal Development

The way we communicate and conduct business is continually changing. To increase your marketability and justify your worth in today’s competitive workforce, the more tech muscle you can flex, the better.

Say what needs to be said

December 7, 2017 Categorized in: Personal DevelopmentSpeaking

Assertiveness doesn’t come naturally to everyone, so you might find it difficult to speak up when you feel you’ve been wronged. But with practice and a calm demeanor you can learn how.
Having friends at work can make you a more productive, more engaged employee, which is why you should care about being a good co-worker. Alyse Kalish, writing at The Muse, shares these ways you can tell if you’re a good colleague.
LaTika Tillis says she stumbled into the financial industry by accident and found her way to a company she loves: STA Wealth Management in Houston.
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