Executive-habits-success

Skills or Habits—What’s The Best Way to Level Up?

What is most important when hiring an executive; their knowledge, attitude, skills, or habits? When I was in my 20s and a newly appointed VP, Marshall Goldsmith asked me that question during a management training. I replied smugly, “Attitude.” I say smugly because everyone else at the training was at least two decades older than me and I believed Marshall

Read More »
career-lessons-from-mom

This is Why When It Comes to Landing Your Dream Job, Mother Knows Best

Photo by Victoria Borodinova from Pexels |  Remember the times when your mother corrected you about your manners, or told you to follow your heart, or reminded you to wait your turn to speak? It turns out her hard work will benefit you well-beyond childhood. When it comes to up-leveling and nailing an interview, your mother truly knew best. Mind your manners Let’s face it,

Read More »
work-sabbatical

Taking a Sabbatical from Work: What You Need to Know

BY EVA BENOIT evabenoit.com Taking a Sabbatical from Work: What You Need to Know Taking a sabbatical from work was once synonymous with university professors and researchers, but times have changed and just about anyone can take one. Some are paid and some aren’t, and the length of time can vary, but taking a break from work is a big

Read More »
negative-self-talk-career-coach

Magnify Your Natural Advantages: A Fast, Easy Way to Develop Unshakable Confidence

BY DANA MAYER STOP the negative self-talk. It’s easy to be hard on yourself. But I haven’t met one person who doesn’t have unique gifts and talents. It’s hard to fix weaknesses. It is easier to lean into your strengths. START by uncovering your natural strengths. If you want an unshakeable self-image and self-belief, start by remembering what gives you

Read More »
job-search-luck

Stop Waiting on Luck in Your Job Search

It often seems like it’s luck, but it’s usually relationships that make you fortunate enough to land an interview or land a big client. Many job seekers I talk with resent being passed over for a good job for someone who “knew someone.” They want candidates to be selected by merit alone and are often frustrated that their stellar credentials

Read More »
job-hunting-expenses

Reducing the Costs of Job Hunting

Job hunting can be a very stressful endeavor. Not only is looking for a new job a time full of uncertainties and unknowns, it can also be a time when money is tight. Job hunting isn’t as cheap as it used to be, and you can quickly rack up expenses searching for a new job in 2019. The good news

Read More »