When returning to the workforce after an extended leave, it's essential to showcase your value and transferable experiences to a prospective employer
Set yourself up for interview success by empowering your references with current information so they can speak well in your behalf.
Dr. Erin Albert wrote the book, "The Plan C Professional" - those who enjoy a full-time job and partner it with an entrepreneurial venture on the side. You need not limit your career - embrace Plan C and thrive!
Recognizing the accomplishments of professionals is directly tied to their engagement and satisfaction.
Savvy bosses help others play to their strengths and develop new competencies. By asking how you can help someone succeed in their job will will empower them so they can thrive.
Body language, eye contact and verbal communication impacts how others perceive you in the career world. Do an audit to see how you are being perceived.
Be specific with your career kudos and feedback to help others recognize what they did well and exactly how they can take steps to improve.
Savvy leaders ask for help from others but they first earn their trust and respect to validate the request for support.
Define your professional niche and be the go-to expert for something people seek out.