Tag Archives: career

Conversations that Create “Culture Glue” and Problem Solving

By Judith E. Glaser We all go through our own version of an identity crisis at least once in our life. Should I be a doctor, teacher, entrepreneur, or CEO of some global company? We all want to know where … Continue reading

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Having Courage in Career-Defining Moments

by Sandra Ford Walston Every obstacle you face at work represents a potential career-defining moment. Your character may be tested. You can choose to step up to the next rung on the ladder or, lacking sufficient courage, slip back down. … Continue reading

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Personal Leadership Skills to Catapult Your Career

by Sandra Ford Walston “Do what you feel in your heart to be right–for you’ll be criticized anyway.” Eleanor Roosevelt “Doing” generally involves a list of things to accomplish : earn another certification, land a new account, secure another promotion. In … Continue reading

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How to Build Opportunity Creating Behavior

by Craig Forman How Former Senator Bill Bradley Creates More Luck in His Life One person who epitomizes many of the best opportunity-creating behaviors I describe in my new book Be Luckier in Life, is former Presidential candidate Senator Bill Bradley. His accomplishments and achievements … Continue reading

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Ask the One Question to Find the Best Talent

Probably one of the most dreaded questions in an interview is “So tell me about yourself.” It scares candidates, causes them to ramble and at best, you as the hiring manager, get a useless answer. What you really want to … Continue reading

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Continuous Learning and its Role in Leadership

by Karlin Sloan One of the best things you can do as a leader is to keep learning no matter your age or level on the org chart. If you don’t learn to grow, advance, and adapt, you’ll probably face … Continue reading

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Is Refusing to Hire Someone with a Visible Tattoo Discrimination?

by Helen Whelan The same could be asked about body piercing. I remember being on a jury where the defense attorney had a pierced ball earring on her lip. All I could do was watch that little bead bob up … Continue reading

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