Before we plan our career we need to plan our lives, family and finances. We can then use these eight elements to plot our career trajectory.
Self-promotion can be awkward. To do it successfully we need an approach. In this podcast, I’ll provide you a way to create an effective plan.
Self-promotion can make us feel awkward. To do it successfully, we need a plan. In this article I provide you with steps to create a plan.
Brené Brown bases her book “Daring Greatly” on Theodore Roosevelt’s 1910 speech, “The Man in the Arena”, states vulnerability is a strength.
In The Culture Map, Erin Meyer guides us through situations where people from starkly different backgrounds are expected to work harmoniously together.
Delegation is a critical skill for leaders to develop. Some leaders feel that their value is based on individual contributions and they become overwhelmed.
Bestselling author Marshall Goldsmith in his book “Triggers”, examines the environmental and psychological triggers that can derail us at work and in life.
Retirement planning is a critical component of career planning. In this podcast, I outline seven steps that can help you achieve your retirement goals.
We rarely spend time learning how t improve our influencing skills. In this podcast, I discuss eight actions you can use to achieve win-win outcomes.
In this podcast episode, I discuss seven steps that will help you increase your personal brand by leveraging my Personal Product Management strategy.
In this podcast I discuss my definition of executive presence and I detail the six behaviors that can make an immediate positive impact on your brand!
In this podcast episode, I discuss some things you should consider doing while you wait for a promotion and how to handle being passed over for one.
Feedback is a very important part of our work. We should know how to receive, process and use it properly. This article provides a guide on how to do so.
Nearly 90 percent of high-level executives believe developing executive presence helps people get ahead. The following guide will help develop this skill.
Globalization, advances in technology and device connectivity have extended our workday. It is no surprise so many people struggle with time management.
We spend our lives influencing others. We rarely take the time to learn how to effectively use this skill. This article outlines an effective approach.
Seventy percent of Americans who give presentations agree that presentation skills are critical to their success. Forty percent have presentation fear.
During my three decades as a corporate executive and professional coach, I have realized that the most important skill for professional development and growth is honest and objective self-awareness.
Waiting to get promoted can be a very exciting time in one’s career. Receiving the promotion can re-energize the recipient and often reengages the person in their work. Not receiving the promotion can be disappointing. In this article I share some of my thoughts about these life-impacting events.
According to a recent study by Gallup, 85% of employees are not engaged or are actively disengaged at work. Why is it so high and what can we do about it? This article provides some tips on how improve engagement levels at work.
Most people don’t stop to think that we are a “product” and rarely have a Personal Product Management strategy. Managing your “product” well will improve your image and increase your value. Here are some tips on how to achieve both.
I ran across a great article on the Harvard Business Review website on how to Increase your Influence at Work. The author made some very good suggestions on how Increasing your Influence at Work can help improve your results.
Some of you may have already seen Atul Gawande deliver a Ted Talk titled “Want to get great at something? Get a coach”, but I thought I would post it as it really hit a note with me.