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    Moving Up the Ladder - The Flow of Leadership
by Croft Edwards and Tim Muma - Mar, 2015
The concept of flow is something that has been around for some time, often given alternative names depending on when and where it is used. Croft Edwards, founder of Croft + Company, is a recognized expert and coach in leadership flow, and he joins Tim Muma to discuss the key components to effective use of flow in leadership. Croft gives the listeners solid, practical insight into the ways flow creates impactful leadership. He...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: Business Beliefs, Part 2
by Ron Baker and Tim Muma - Mar, 2015
Ron Baker, radio host of The Soul of Enterprise, joins Tim Muma in another installment of Myth vs. Reality. Ron is the founder of VeraSage Institute and brings with him a wealth of knowledge in a wide variety of topics related to business, management and the knowledge economy. Once again, Ron tackles some phrases and ideas that you'll often hear in business, giving us the reasons we should believe them or look elsewhere for qu...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Using Failure to Your Advantage
by Amy Morin and Tim Muma - Mar, 2015
Failure, in some capacity, is inevitable throughout your career. How people are able to learn and respond to these setbacks will determine the success you ultimately achieve. Psychotherapist Amy Morin gives Tim Muma insight into how people can roll with the punches, display perseverance, and actually benefit from the things that don't go their way. The ability to use failure to your advantage can be taught and mastered. Mov...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Effectively Using Your Leadership Story
by Timothy J. Tobin and Cady Chesney - Mar, 2015
Stories have power, and who you share your story with can have an impact on how others perceive you. Conversely, if you don’t share your story, others will. By taking control of your leadership story, determining who the main characters are, and what the plot is you can become more aware of how others perceive you, and what you can do to have a greater impact. Dr. Tim Tobin, Author of “Your Leadership Story: Use Your Story to...
 
  Mindfulness -- A Secret to Success
by Carole Kanchier - Mar, 2015
What's a secret to success? Mindfulness. Mind has unlimited potential, but it must be trained. Research, from varied disciplines including neuroscience and psychology, demonstrate that when the body is in peak condition and the trained mind is focused, an individual can achieve the extraordinary. Mind power can help you attain desired professional goals. Quester Barbara, a former technical writer, imagined herself tendin...
 
  Social Media Posts That Can Get You Fired
by Stacy Harshman - Mar, 2015
Social media can be a wonderful tool in helping you land a job, but it can also jeopardize your employment. Below are mistakes that people have made that have cost them their jobs. Posting your offer letter can have consequences- The News Journal in Wilmington, Delaware offered a job to a young reporter who had just graduated from a journalism program. He shared his excitement on his Tumblr blog using the company’s logo and...
 
  4 Life Lessons from Being a Working Professional
by Tiffany Young - Mar, 2015
For most people, lessons happen along the way. It’s what you do with those tidbits of vital information that is most important. Just when we think we’ve learned something, life comes along and shows us there’s more. I recently reflected on a few life lessons I learned last year and, to my surprise, most were connected to work. I thought, how could that be? It was true. The things I learned about relationships, finances, and...
 
  7 Reasons Why You Need to Think Like a Business Owner Throughout Your Career
by Michelle Kerrigan - Mar, 2015
I recently sat in on a staff meeting, and, afterwards, one of the team’s former colleagues dropped by to say hello. This colleague had moved on to a new company, and was very unhappy with her choice. She kept voicing her negative opinion loudly, which included warning everyone to avoid her current employer at all costs. No matter what you think, this type of behavior is never a good idea. Yes—even though it’s no longer a wo...
 
  Giving Notice When you Leave Jobs: Should you do it?
by Sharon Cohen - Mar, 2015
Do people still give notice to their employer? Do employers have an obligation to give notice prior to layoffs? If you give notice, is the employer required to pay you for the 2 weeks? Can they show you the door that day? I hear stories all the time from employees and employers about outrageous behavior and things that should never occur in the workplace. Giving notice is topic which figures into many of these c...
 
  Identity Lost? Try Finding It in “We.” | Commitment to “The Band”
by Dawn Lennon - Mar, 2015
I’ve done it and I suspect you have too. I’ve asked myself these exasperating questions: Who am I really? Am I the person others think I am–in my family, at work, among my friends? Is my identity a product of my own design or have I just followed what others want/need/expect me to be? If there’s a gap between how others perceive me and who I know myself to be, what next? This is heavy stuff and I’m here to tell you...
 
  Networking Yoga
by Shun McGhee - Mar, 2015
The word yoga can be derived from two root words, according to Wikipedia. The first is “yujir,” which means to yoke, and the second is “yuj samadhau,” meaning to concentrate. Prior to writing this blog, I knew nothing about the origins of yoga, knowing only that it consisted of, seemingly, uncomfortable and difficult poses that helped practitioners become stronger and more flexible. Like most endeavors however, I suppose consi...
 
  To launch a new job, you need a good plan
by Beverly Jones - Mar, 2015
Are you looking forward to your first day in a different job? Or maybe you're preparing to welcome a new colleague? My worst first day was 30 years ago, but I still remember it vividly. I was a few years out of law school and shifting to a new firm in the nation's capital. The title on my business card read "partner," instead of "associate," in deference to the clients I was able to bring along with me. Well in advance...
 
  Prep for Your Next Negotiation: 3 Must-Do Steps
by Melody Wilding - Mar, 2015
You would never buy a car without first researching different models and prices, right? Nowadays it’s unlikely you’d even leave the house without first looking up reviews and directions to wherever you’re going. So why is it that so many of us go into negotiations without a roadmap or any preparation? Why, then, when it comes to important – possibly financially game changing — conversations about negotiating salary or raisi...
 
  How to Complain at Work (and Actually Get What You Want)
by Melody Wilding - Mar, 2015
In the daily hustle of the workday, petty annoyances and inconveniences are par for the course. And often, when we counter those stressors, we handle them by complaining to anyone willing to listen. But complaining is complicated: Sure, it can be a way of expressing frustration and eliciting advice from others. On the flipside, it can be destructive to workplace morale and your reputation. When you complain on a regular bas...
 
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