One of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever received came from a college professor who admonished a class of novice teachers to “expect your students to do well; encourage high goals and your students will invariably do better than Continue reading →
The nature of my business requires that I do a considerable amount of reading so that I can coach my clients effectively throughout every stage of their careers. The book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck, downplays Continue reading →
From time to time, I come across interesting articles that suggest certain words not be used on resumes. Recruiters see a fair number of these documents in a year, and they have personal preferences based on their industry of Continue reading →
I spoke with someone recently who confessed that he’d given up looking. There’s a huge difference between giving up an unrealistic dream and becoming complacent in a position that pays well but fails to satisfy.
I read a great many books, take advantage of frequent training opportunities and attend industry conferences to make sure that my expertise on everything related to careers remains current. So, if you’re not familiar with how working in areas of Continue reading →
We all know it when we see it, but how do you define it? Surely you’ve been in a room where you’ve noticed someone that seems to have the attention and respect of a small circle of attentive peers. The Continue reading →
Just like talented athletes benefit from working with a performance coach who helps them develop the skills they need to be competitive in their sport of choice, people who are intentional about their careers can benefit from working with a Continue reading →
While not all of us have the same visibility as a world athlete, once personal integrity is gone, you’re finished. We’ve all read about executives that have won prestigious industry or academic roles based on falsified degrees and accomplishments. When Continue reading →