This infographic from Cathrine’s Career Corner runs down ten innovative ways to impress your employer with your creative leadership skills.
From identifying potential problems or bottlenecks to taking notes and acceptable risks, it’s in here…
This new year, instead of making vague resolutions about losing weight, lessening your caffeine intake, changing bad habits or finding that dream job, let’s talk about setting real, actionable career goals.
Stop by this Monday evening, December 11th, and join the #InternPro discussion!
You’ve shown you can handle additional responsibilities. Performance reviews are solid. So it seems like a salary increase is well within reach, right?
In the business world, though, this is easier said than done. So the art of persuasion becomes a big factor in getting the raise you deserve…
Everyone needs a break now and then. After all, no one can work straight through the day without becoming tired and unfocused. Eventually, you’ll just burn out.
So maybe it’s time to learn about power breaks?
Sometimes when your career stalls, you can blame factors beyond your control. Maybe the people on the rung above you just aren’t leaving their jobs, or the company itself isn’t doing well.
But, sometimes the stall is self-inflicted, especially when you snuggle into your career comfort zone…
We all want to land the perfect job right out of college. But statistics suggest you’ll have a number of different jobs in your lifetime. Each one starts with the hope that this is the one… the job that turns into a satisfying, productive career. But when you start to lose your inspiration, it can be hard to decide if there’s a chance to turn things around, or if it’s time to move on. If you’ve ever experienced one of these moments… or if you think you might in the future (and chances are you will), then stop by our chat this Monday evening, November 27th, as we ponder what you can do to maintain motivation when your career takes a turn toward the humdrum.