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An excellent checklist for managing change from the top down. My very talented sister, an expert in the field of communications, is the author.
From Carolyn Boccella Bagin, President, Center for Clear Communication, Inc.
The digital age has created a huge time killer – the smartphone. People on average check the internet, emails or social media over 150 times a day. This article clears the clutter in your schedule and provides a structured approach to completing tasks.
From Quartz at Work
Author provides a good template for assessing a career move. My advice, though, if your primary reason for leaving is $, stay. A better salary won’t hide all the blemishes you may find in a new position.
Focused, uninterrupted listening is often a lost art. Distractions by 24/7 communication tools detract from a leader’s ability to connect with her team and downplay important contributions.
Reading doesn’t just improve your knowledge, it caqn help fight depression, make you more confident, empathetic, and a better decision maker.
Selling your competence is only one key objective in an interview. Being warm and engaging presents a non-threatening persona that will win over your interviewer.
Professionals can become complacent as they climb the corporate ladder. An effective career strategy is to always plan for your next position. Build and maintain the relationships that will someday advance your career.
There are any numbers of factors that will create dissatisfaction in your job – an overbearing manager, a long commute, an incompatible culture, $$ or lack of promotional opportunities. The list goes on, but how do you know when the differences cannot be mended and that it’s time to bolt?
article by Katie Douthwaite
Middle market companies are investing in technology to collect and analyze data, freeing finance for a more strategic role in decision making. In my experience, this has been the trend in large companies for many years. Competition, economic recovery and a willingness to invest has moved smaller companies in this direction.