Learning generates career-building ideas

KEEP BUILDING YOUR RESUMÉ – New learning shows your desire to succeed

To continue your knowledge growth and prepare for opportunities, it’s wise to have a recent educational entry on your resumé. Your original degrees and professional certifications need to be updated and validated by current learning achievements. An employer should see regular progress that demonstrates skill… Read More→

Patterns are predictive.

SMART PLANNERS OBSERVE PATTERNS – Today’s actions predict tomorrow’s behavior

Patterns are an effective tool for workplace analysis. Find patterns by observing repeating events. See your playing field more clearly by tracking relevant events. Make notes so that you can look back to see if you can discern habits and trends. Pay at least as… Read More→

Check your attitude!

HOW TO LOOK & FEEL POSITIVE ! – A good attitude is your best resource for consistent success

“Annoying worker with rotten attitude seeking overly-tolerant employer. Expert complainer; will argue about everything.  Need full-time salary for part-time effort.” You’ve never read that on a resume, yet every organization manages to hire employees who sneak through the hiring process  with a Bad Attitude. Frustration,… Read More→

Good listeners build better trust!

BUILDING … OR DESTROYING … WORKPLACE T R U S T ! – Stand up for respect among your colleagues

Morale in your workplace is established or dismantled by activities and attitudes that either generate or undermine trust in relationships. Weak trust creates poor communication, blame, and slower response times. Increasing trust improves direct communication, teamwork, and creativity. Ask yourself and your team appropriate questions… Read More→

Employment ENJOYMENT!

  Employment Enjoyment: a Fundamental Right! Do you call your job boring and hope something fun will come find you? Or can you see the fun that’s disguised as work and share it with your colleagues? “That was fun! Let’s do it again!” How often… Read More→