Tag Archive | "Career Management"

Insights on the role of identity in your career management: great discussion happening on the sphinxx successful women LinkedIn group

If you’re not already a member of the sphinxx successful women group on LinkedIn, I wanted to let you know about a great discussion taking place started by Kim Seeling Smith Kim shared her experience in recruitment about how many people lack a career plan, and “simply walked through the doors that were opened”. And […]

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Self-Awareness: A Must-Have for every career. This blog breaks the concept down, tells you how to achieve and grow your self-awareness with proven strategies and insights from many women

I’m pretty sure most of us have worked with, or worse, worked for a person with poor self-awareness. Isn’t it difficult? Whether it’s outright poor behavior or something subtler like asking questions in a way that prescribes and limits the possible answers, I think self-awareness is critical in achieving a rewarding career. And it’s essential […]

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How can you differentiate yourself from your peers, who have similar training, skills and achievements? 5 overarching career management strategies for women

So much of one’s every day work is about what tasks are getting done, what we’re accountable for, and how to improve your results. And let’s face it, when you reach management, your peers and fellow contenders for that promotion will probably have similar training, qualifications and experiences to you. I think way too many […]

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Are you more likely to leave a job if you get promoted? Can low self esteem cause you to quit a good job? Link to a great blog

Getting a promotion, a raise or a large bonus can be such a rush, not to mentioned an often much deserved validation for all your hard work. But I found this blog that shares findings from the University of Texas, Psychology Department that had some interesting findings on the correlation between self-esteem and earnings. Check […]

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21 tips for interviews: If you’re looking for a job, make sure you read these, Pam Naughton’s expertise and advice is sure to improve your performance.

If you’re out of work, looking to change jobs, to get back into the workforce, involved in restructuring negotiations or promotion discussions, being able to stand out in an interview will be critical to your success.  There are a lot of lists of tips about interviews online and in books, and it can be hard […]

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Formal Mentoring Vs Informal Mentoring: Findings and a surprise win

Mentoring is one of the most important factors in your own advancement. And one of the most accessible, because you can find it for yourself.  I re-discovered this article recently that compares formal mentoring to informal mentoring, with a surprising win for informal mentoring. Why? Well, informal mentoring relationships generally start spontaneously, and mean that the mentor […]

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