Career Wisdom

The Health Benefits of Walking Part II

This post was contributed by Jacky Miller, a Registered Dietician based in New Zealand. She is deeply passionate about holistic health, yoga, meditation, nutrition and exercise. She writes regularly on health related topics for blogs including MindBodyGreen, Jen Reviews, and The Huffington Post. Here are 25 additional health benefits of walking, according to Jacky Miller. [...]

By | May 27th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

The Health Benefits of Walking Part I

This post was contributed by Jacky Miller, a Registered Dietician based in New Zealand. She is deeply passionate about holistic health, yoga, meditation, nutrition and exercise. Through gentle and non-invasive treatments, she addresses the cause of illness and encourages the body to heal itself naturally. She also has extensive teaching experience having taught yoga, breath [...]

By | May 19th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Land a Job After Being Let Go

Job searches are always hard, but going through them after being let go can make them even harder. Not only is your morale low, but there is a sense of pressure to quickly find a job as to not feel the impact of lost wages. It takes an organization an average of about fifty-two days [...]

By | May 13th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Career Wisdom for the Class of 2017

It is commencement season and newly minted graduates will be entering the career world in droves. From undergrads to those earning advanced degrees, micro credentials, and everything in-between – The Class of 2017 is ready to get to work. The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) rates the job market for new 2017 graduates [...]

By | May 6th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Ditch Stress and Fuel Your Creativity at Work

This post was contributed by Gloria Martinez who started WomenLed.org to celebrate the advancements women have made and to inspire women to become entrepreneurs and seek promotions in the workplace. Being stressed due to work is not an uncommon issue. Even those who are doing what they love everyday succumb to a little work-related stress here and there. [...]

By | April 29th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Are You a Multiplier or a Diminisher?

From academia to the non-profit arena, as well as the corporate world-of-work, I have had many clients who complained about bosses who were ineffective leaders. Were their leaders intelligent and talented people? Yes. But, were they able to lead a team, motivate others, and empower success in their colleagues? No! I have come to believe [...]

By | April 21st, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Embrace “Good Enough to Go” for Career Momentum

As a career development and executive coach, I work with many individuals who are focused on making changes to their careers to better align with professional values and strengths. But for some, their best plans often get stalled in analysis paralysis, which results in stagnation and a hard stop to all forward momentum. Ambivalence Trap [...]

By | April 15th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Ad-Just-ing Your Use of “Just”

I’d like you to try a little experiment.... For one day, try monitoring the way you use the word “just” – keeping a tally throughout the day of when and how you use it. There’s the version of “just” that’s an adjective – describing a person as “morally right and fair”... “The Vice-President of Marketing [...]

By | April 8th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

Nine Secrets to Great Teamwork

Robyn Odegaard founded her business, Champion Performance Development and is committed to teaching individuals how to better communicate and resolve conflict on teams. While her target audience is college aged women in sports, her message and strategies are applicable to us all. Check out Doc Robyn’s nine secrets to great teamwork for some priceless wisdom. Set [...]

By | April 1st, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|

April 18th Is Just Around the Corner: Tax Tips For Entrepreneurs

In just a few short weeks it will be April 18th, and the U.S. mail will be working at full tilt -- making sure state and federal income tax returns are postmarked with that all-important “Apr 18” stamp. If you haven’t yet completed your taxes, you’re, no doubt, looking for a time to get the [...]

By | March 25th, 2017|Career Wisdom, Featured|