Category Archives: Career Growth

Everyday at Work is a Job Interview – 5 Tips for Demonstrating Your Value

The dress code in my office is business casual, but every once in a while I like to wear a tie. You know…look good, feel good…dress for the job you want, not the job you have…all that good stuff. Actually, … Continue reading

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Leadership Development Carnival – January 2014

Welcome to the January 6, 2014 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! One of the best ways to improve as a leader is to reflect upon your past experiences, catalog the lessons learned, and apply that information to your future … Continue reading

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10 Essential Items for a New Manager’s Survival Kit

Stepping into a management role for the first time is a daunting task for anyone. Most new managers are eager to make their mark as leaders and approach their supervisory opportunity with verve and enthusiasm, yet don’t have a good … Continue reading

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Lost in the Crowd? Three Steps to Help You Stand Out!

What is one thing you do better than anyone else? For some people, that may be easier to answer than others. If I asked LeBron James that question, I’m pretty sure he’d say that he can play basketball better than anyone on the planet. … Continue reading

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Do You Have an Image Problem? Four Steps to Develop Your Personal Brand

Whether you realize it or not, you have a brand image at work, and if you don’t take charge of it, someone else will. Your brand image is not only how people perceive you (your reputation), but also what differentiates … Continue reading

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