Employee Turnover Increasing | Navigator Newsletter #186

Chart Your Course

Others leave for better and more interesting career opportunities. Staff Speaks Newsletter. They have begun a Staff Speaks article in their monthly newsletter. The Navigator newsletter is received by over 35,000 subscribers in 49 countries, in addition to other websites and magazines. The post Employee Turnover Increasing | Navigator Newsletter #186 appeared first on Leadership Speaker | Motivational Leadership Speaker | Greg Smith: Chart Your Course International.

Edmondson Christmas Newsletter 2012

Ron Edmondson

Jeremy’s solo career as a social media and communication consultant is going well. The post Edmondson Christmas Newsletter 2012 appeared first on Ron Edmondson. Related posts: A Christmas Newsletter from the Edmondson Family 2011. Merry Christmas from the Edmondson’s!

What I Wish I Knew When I Started My Career (Part One)

Lead Change Blog

I’m blessed enough to get the opportunity to speak at universities all over the country and the question I’m most often asked by students is, “What do you know now that you wish you knew, back then, when you started your career?”. Or even later in your career, for that matter.

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What I Wish I Knew When I Started My Career (Part Two)

Lead Change Blog

In yesterday’s post , I shared eight things I know now, that I wish I had known when I had started my career. Being agile and ready to bend and adapt to changing circumstances is an absolutely vital skill set to develop if you want to have a career that’s as frustration free as possible.

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The Big Picture of Business- Flip Sides, Second Acts and Successful Careers

Strategy Driven

It used to be said that people have three careers in them. Bacharach started his music writing career by taking 'work for hire,' tailoring songs to particular performers. Things that were not achievable in early careers are now yours to master.

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Newsletter #2 Next Week & Art’s Writings Last Week

Management Excellence

Look for the latest issue of the Leadership Caffeine Newsletter (subscriber only content) next week. And in case you missed it, here are links to Art's posts on decision-making, strategy and career survival from last week. To Do" List Career Decision-Making Leadership Marketing Yourself Art's Writings Leadership Caffeine Newsletter ResourcesEnjoy your weekend! "To

Leadership Caffeine at Information Management and New Newsletter Resource

Management Excellence

And second, I'm pleased to announce the launch of a new resource to support your professional development.the Leadership Caffeine Newsletter. Career Leadership Caffeine Management Education Blog News Information Management Leadership Caffeine Newsletter

How Fear of Self-Promotion Can Kill Your Career

LDRLB

Joel is the author of seven books, including Getting Ahead: Three Steps to Take Your Career to the Next Level. You can also subscribe to his Executive Leadership Newsletter and receive the FREE e-book, 41 Proven Strategies to Get Promoted Now! This is a guest post from Joel A.

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2 Career-Killing Lessons New Grads Need to Unlearn

First Friday Book Synopsis

To check out an abundance of valuable resources and obtain a free subscription to one or more of the BNET newsletters, please click here. * * * Managers in cities across the country have told me that they have two [.]. Here is an article written by Nell Minow for BNET, The CBS Interactive Business Network.

How Fear of Self-Promotion Can Kill Your Career

LDRLB

Joel is the author of seven books, including Getting Ahead: Three Steps to Take Your Career to the Next Level. You can also subscribe to his Executive Leadership Newsletter and receive the FREE e-book, 41 Proven Strategies to Get Promoted Now! This is a guest post from Joel A.

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Are you up a tree? Here’s the best career strategy ever

First Friday Book Synopsis

To check out an abundance of valuable resources and obtain a free subscription to one or more of the BNET newsletters, please click here. * * * Are you up a tree? Stuck in your career? Groom yourself gain exposure go get something you like Interview constantly Invisor Consulting keep moving Network Steve Tobak The Best Career Strategy Ever The CBS Interactive Business Network the One Thing Leads to Another career strategy Twitter

Take Your Career to the Next Level by Being Fearless

Strategy Driven

In order to gain more control of your career and take it to the next level, implement a strategy to overcome fear by following these seven principles that will help put you on the path to success. As you work through daily challenges in your job, remember your original reasons you chose this career path and your greater purpose. You just finished reading Take Your Career to the Next Level by Being Fearless !

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You Don’t Have to Choose Between Your Career and Your Relationship

Women on Business

There are a growing number of career opportunities for women these days. It is exciting to grow a career in a field that you are passionate about. Difficulties can arise, however, when growing your career seems to interfere with your ability to also consciously create the kind of love relationship or marriage you want. Sometimes a woman’s partner feels threatened by the career achievements or higher salary and esteem that a woman attains.

Losing Touch with These 5 Leadership Principles Leads to Communication Failures

The Practical Leader

That can be a CLM (career limiting moose). Uncategorized leadership development leadership leadership newsletter communication The Leader Letter organization communication communication failure newsletter Samuel Taylor Coleridge

3 Surprising Ways to Succeed in Self-Leadership

Michael Lee Stallard

My hope is that they will help you be more successful over your career and journey in life. Choose a career that helps others by bringing truth, goodness and/or beauty into the world and you will find greater career satisfaction and contentment.

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10 Power Tips for Connecting with Powerful People

Leadership Freak

You embarrass yourself and short circuit your career by expecting everyone to adapt to you. Influence Personal Growth Taking others higher company newsletter corporate cultures Culture Growth Leadership Leadership Development personal gainImage source: Pat Buntrock Nothing trumps great work but abilities aren’t enough. Ignorance and insensitivity destroy opportunities. Talent gets you in the door; sensitivity to corporate culture and personalities propels you up stairs.

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What The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

First Friday Book Synopsis

To check out an abundance of valuable resources and obtain a free subscription to one or more of the BNET newsletters, please click here. * * * Mornings are a mad-cap time in many [.]. Bob's blog entries 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think Chicago Tribune City Journal Good Grindhopping: Build a Rewarding Career without Paying Your Dues Laura Vanderkam NET NET newsletters New York Post.

10 Power Tips for Connecting with Powerful People

Leadership Freak

You embarrass yourself and short circuit your career by expecting everyone to adapt to you. Influence Personal Growth Taking others higher company newsletter corporate cultures Culture Growth Leadership Leadership Development personal gainImage source: Pat Buntrock Nothing trumps great work but abilities aren’t enough. Ignorance and insensitivity destroy opportunities. Talent gets you in the door; sensitivity to corporate culture and personalities propels you up stairs.

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5 Ways To Stop Procrastinating By Friday

First Friday Book Synopsis

To check out an abundance of valuable resources and obtain a free subscription to one or more of the BNET newsletters, please click here. * * * We all have one: some big, horrible, awful-sounding task that we’d prefer to [.]. Here is an article written by Laura Vanderkam for BNET, The CBS Interactive Business Network.

Nine Rules for Employee Engagement

Chart Your Course

Career Advancement Opportunities. In today’s tough job market, workers want to be sure their career has a future that fits into the changing economy. Businesses that are clear about the possible career paths they offer are more likely to attract and retain top talent.

How to Remain Relevant [in Today's Job Market] When You’re Over 40

First Friday Book Synopsis

To check out an abundance of valuable resources and obtain a free subscription to one or more of the BNET newsletters, please click here. * * * Your earning potential pretty much tops out at age 40. Here is an article written by Penelope Trunk for BNET, The CBS Interactive Business Network.

Joel A. Garfinkle : An interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Amazon Bank of America Bloomberg Businessweek Cisco Systems Citibank Deloitte Fast Company Forbes Fulfillment@Work Newsletter Gap Getting Ahead: Three Steps to Take Your Career to the Next Level Google Hewlett-Packard Joel A. Joel A. Garfinkle is recognized as one of the top 50 executive coaches in North America.

3 Types of Mentoring You Should Offer

First Friday Book Synopsis

To sign up for a free subscription to any/all HBR newsletters, please click here. To achieve this, offer a range of mentors for people at different career stages. HBR newsletters Management Tip of the Day Management Tips from Harvard Business ReviewHere is another valuable Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review. Companies with abundant mentoring opportunities are more likely to retain their people.

Four Steps to Improve Poor Performance

Chart Your Course

Plus, employee development and career opportunities should be included in any healthy workplace. Underperforming employees are not hard to find. They are perpetually tardy or absent, or procrastinate and mismanage projects.

3 Networking Traps to Avoid

First Friday Book Synopsis

To sign up for a free subscription to any/all HBR newsletters, please click here. In fact, developing certain kinds of networks can impair your career rather than bolster it. HBR newsletters Management Tip of the Day Rob Cross Robert ThomasHere is another valuable Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review. Not all networking is created equally. Here are three networking personas to avoid: [.].

The Rules of Retention

Chart Your Course

Too many workers, especially Generation Xers and younger, see changing employers as the only way to advance their careers. Employee dissatisfaction is on the rise, especially among entry-level and mid-level employees.

Meet Instigator Linda Freeman

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Each month in our newsletter, we feature an interview with one of our Instigators. Linda Freeman, who began her career as an engineer with the U.S.

How to Get Promoted At Work: The ASK Strategy

Let's Grow Leaders

Bruce Harpham, PMP, is the founder of ProjectManagementHacks.com, a career development resource. To reach your career goals faster, get your complimentary copy of the Career Advancement Toolkit by joining the Project Management Hacks email newsletter.

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3 Tips for Making a High-Stakes Decision

First Friday Book Synopsis

To sign up for a free subscription to any/all HBR newsletters, please click here. Next time you’re up against a career-making decision, trying doing these three things: 1. [.]. HBR newsletters Management Tip of the DayHere is another valuable Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review. Even the most decisive manager can face despair when dealing with a high-stakes matter.

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How to Explain Your Career Transition

Harvard Business Review

Shifting careers is often hard to explain. The most important step in getting others onboard with your career transition is crafting a compelling narrative. My whole career, I''ve been a bit of a nonconformist," he says. Career planning Managing yourself

Which Type of Connector Are You?

Michael Lee Stallard

During a 360-degree performance review early in my career, I learned that some people whom I was responsible for leading didn’t feel I gave them adequate feedback about their performance. Career Advice Connection Culture

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Be an Advocate for Yourself :: Women on Business

Women on Business

Mentoring is defined as career advice and guidance and sponsorship is advocacy. High performing women need to take control of their own career advancement. Communicate your intention to advance your career. Here’s the bottom line: you need to take control of your career.

How Loyal is Your Team?

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Right Management is the talent and career management expert within ManpowerGroup, the world leader in innovative workforce solutions. Business Newsletter ExtrasMany organizations have cut back on people, benefiits and professional development over the past slow down. As the market heats up and it is, those companies must correct those behaviors soon or they are likely to be loosing their best talent according to a survey recently completed by Right Management.

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Build Your Brand by Promoting Yourself

Women on Business

You started your company or career because you have something to offer. Newsletters. Send out a newsletter to your data base full of tips and tools they can use. Career Development Marketing Networking Uncategorized business experts promotion

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It’s Time to View Leadership as a Profession

Great Leadership By Dan

reprinted with permission from DDI's Directions newsletter): Leadership is a craft. careers Rich Wellins development DDI leadershipGuest post from DDI's Richard S. Wellins, Ph.D. So why do so few see it that. The 2011.

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Interview with Instigator John Bossong

Lead Change Blog

We last interviewed John Bossong in the November 2012 Lead Change newsletter and wanted to get an update from him as to where he is now in his leadership journey!

Transforming Perceptions: 10 Steps to Managing the Way You Are Perceived at Work

Great Leadership By Dan

You can also subscribe to his Fulfillment@Work E-mail newsletter and receive the FREE e-book, 40 Proven Strategies to Get Promoted Now!”. GARFINKLE success perceptions executive coaching career advice getting ahead

WAHM’s Conquering the World

Women on Business

Then I need to answer 8 million emails, updates websites, send newsletters and tweet. Career Development Female Entrepreneurs Uncategorized Work-Home LifeConquering the world isn’t an easy job. In the world of entrepreneurship there are endless possibilities in the type of work or business you may be running. Many are home based and may even be internet based. This allows us to be home, run our own schedule and take charge of our lives.

Reinvent Opportunity, Restore Satisfaction

Women on Business

Despite this, more than half of respondents (59 percent of women and 57 percent of men) say that, this year, in an effort to enhance their careers they will work on developing their knowledge or a skill set to achieve their career objectives.

5 Reasons Why Smart Leaders Fail

Roundtable Talk

It really is possible to have too much of a good thing in one’s career. Given her recent slap on the wrist for a Twitter post trying to woo viewers, one has to wonder if we’re seeing a career skid in action. As you enter your mid-career, the stakes get higher and miss-steps get more costly. By being proactive, leaders can avoid costly career limiting moves and enjoy increased career success throughout their mid-career and beyond.

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StrategyDriven Professional Podcast Episode 2 – Standing Out Among Professional Peers, part 2 of 3

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Professional Podcasts focus on the tools and techniques business professionals can use to accelerate their careers and personal goals achievement.

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StrategyDriven Professional Podcast Episode 1 – Standing Out Among Professional Peers, part 1 of 3

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Professional Podcasts focus on the tools and techniques business professionals can use to accelerate their careers and personal goals achievement.

How to Use Your LinkedIn Profile to Power a Career Transition

Harvard Business Review

Are you raring to change careers? But how do we use it to help change careers—to make sure we’re found by the right recruiters, hiring managers, colleagues—not ones from our past, but from our future careers? Kenneth Andersson.