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    Moving Up the Ladder - Leadership Lessons From House of Cards
by Peter Gasca and Tim Muma - Apr, 2014
The popular Netlix series, House of Cards, takes an in-depth look at Washington, D.C. politics, including the leadership skill and style of congressman Frank Underwood. Peter Gasca, CEO and Co-Founder of Wild Creations, explains to Tim Muma how this fictional character utilizes effective leadership strategies to move up the food chain and attain his goals. While Underwood's ethics often come into question during the show, his...
 
    Management Decisions - Stop Taking Yourself So Seriously
by Steve Cody and Tim Muma - Apr, 2014
Displaying a sense of humor and a light-hearted nature can do wonders to improve productivity and morale within an organization. While professionalism and tact are still necessary, companies and individuals who loosen up often have more success. Steve Cody, CEO and Co-Founder of Peppercomm, gives Tim Muma all the details on how and why humor creates a successful work environment. Studies also show the positive effects it has o...
 
    Employment Notebook - Managing in a Male-Dominated Industry
by Anna Runyan and Cady Chesney - Mar, 2014
Management comes with its own learning curve and challenges, but when you manage in a male-dominated industry, it’s a whole new ball game. Host Cady Chesney is joined by leadership coach and founder of the Classy Career Girl blog, Anna Runyan, as they dig deep into the challenges that a manager may face while managing a male-dominated team, and discover tips and suggestions for how to be an effective manager. Employment Not...
 
    Employment Notebook - Remote Workforce: Factors to Consider Before Switching
by Craig Bryant and Tim Muma - Mar, 2014
Technology, efficiency and flexibility are all coming together to entice employers to move to a remote workforce. Of course, many individuals welcome the opportunity to work from elsewhere and have some autonomy. Craig Bryant, founder and product manager for Kin HR, gives Tim Muma and the employers listening some tips on what to think about before making the switch to a remote workforce. Employment Notebook (formerly Points...
 
  Why Your LinkedIn Profile Should Be More Than a Copy of Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2014
LinkedIn is a great tool for professionals. It offers the opportunity to network with others in your field, and it can be a great tool for finding job leads—and even getting hired. All too often, I see people who simply copy their resume information directly into their LinkedIn profile. This is absolutely the wrong approach for a few reasons, and if this is something that you are doing, it is definitely something you should fi...
 
  Ten Ways to Build Resilience for Mindful Leaders
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2014
Mindful leaders are self-aware and are masters at adapting to change. In the last few years, I have observed that many of my executive coaching clients have become more receptive to establishing a positive habit of daily meditative practice to stay focused, energized and optimistic in a volatile and uncertain world. Once we establish a trusting relationship, introducing a meditative practice in our coaching meetings is gre...
 
  How to Write Great Resume Bullet Points
by Louise Fletcher - Apr, 2014
So you’ve read lots of resume advice, and you know that your resume needs strong, results-focused bullet points. But try as you might, you don’t really know how to write those bullet points. I sympathize – it’s very hard to write about yourself in this way. Most of us have been taught to be humble and modest about our accomplishments, and now suddenly we’re required to brag about them. It feels very uncomfortable. As...
 
  6 Thoughts to Remember as Your Brand Blossoms
by Valerie Sokolosky - Apr, 2014
It’s hard to believe, but May is almost here…and summer isn’t too far behind. I remember the rhyme from my school days: “April showers bring May flowers.” While my part of the world wasn’t too rainy this past month, we’re beginning to see Mother Nature’s colorful spring bouquet everywhere we look. It’s also exciting to see the pace of business picking up in many areas that have been in hibernation through the winter. So now...
 
  Negotiating an Executive Level Salary
by Lisa Rangel - Apr, 2014
You got your foot in the door of that executive level position you were eyeing, you nailed the interview, and you’ve been told that you’re at the top of the list of qualifying candidates. Congrats! Then, the interviewer asks that dreaded question, “What kind of compensation are you looking for?” Most job hunters tend to freeze up here, but for execs it can be particularly frightening. Big positions tend to equal big mo...
 
  Job Interview Jitters? What You Can Do To Soothe Them
by Michelle Dumas - Apr, 2014
Work can be stressful. Being out of work can be very stressful. And looking for work is stressful as well. There are few things (a visit to the dentist, for example) more sweaty palm inducing than sitting through a job interview. Whether your angst is attributable to the importance of getting the job or because you’re uncomfortable talking about yourself, it’s normal to feel nervous about a job interview. So, what can...
 
  Personal Brand Audit
by Stacey Lane - Apr, 2014
As a career coach, I get a ringside seat to great brands and so-so brands. But so do you - take your experience as a consumer and think about your favorite brands. What's their emotional appeal? Are they quirky? Are they innovative? Are they reliable? The brands that come to my mind: Southwest Airlines is Quirky, Apple is innovative and Maytag is reliable. Now think about your current or past co-workers. Who...
 
  Two Ways to Do Your Resume: DIY & HAE
by Georgia Adamson - Apr, 2014
Boiled down to its simplest level, you have two ways to create or revamp your resume: Do It Yourself (DIY) or Hire An Expert (HAE). Since my profession is resume writing, you might guess I’m not going to tell you you should always do your own resume, but I will say that sometimes “it depends.” Having made my disclosure about possibly not being 100% impartial, I’ll still do my best to give an unbiased view of the two ways y...
 
  How To Take Advantage Of LinkedIn College Alumni Pages
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Apr, 2014
Want to network, but don’t know where to start? Wish you could use LinkedIn for something beyond connecting (and waiting for others to respond)? Meet LinkedIn’s College Alumni section (also accessible through the Education section), which will quickly become one of your greatest networking tools. If you haven’t already discovered this hidden gem on the site, you’ll be surprised at how powerful it can be in your job search....
 
  Top 10 Worst Words to Use on Your Resume.
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2014
Recruiters have confirmed my suspicions! Recently, a survey of more than 2,200 hiring managers revealed the worst words you can use on your resume. Below you’ll find the top 10 offenders: 1. Best of breed 2. Go-getter 3. Think outside of the box 4. Synergy 5. Go-to person 6. Thought leadership 7. Value add 8. Results-driven 9. Team player 10. Bottom-line 11. Hard worker A list made up mostly of soft skills t...
 
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