Writing a resume can be a challenge at the best of times, but when you plan to change careers, this task is even more daunting. If you want to give yourself the best possible chance of success, you must understand how to present yourself and you background in a favorable light. It’s important to find [...]
When it comes to our work lives, the one sure thing is change and challenge. We may moan and groan when faced with hurdles large or small on the job – but these are the experiences we’re most likely to remember for the growth and wisdom they bring. Through my coaching practice and travels for [...]
Avoid surprising a micromanager for workplace harmony.
Benjamin Spall talks about unlocking the secrets to greater energy, focus, and calm starting first thing in the morning.
A protein rich breakfast will fuel your body and brain for the best start to your day.
Kelly Palmer talks about the changing world of work and how the talent pool must be qualified and credentialed for success in the new normal.
For many of us, work is often characterized as “serious,” “nose-to-the-grindstone,” “no-nonsense” and “down to business.” There’s this idea that work is work and play is…well…for after work. In an INC column, Brendan Boyle, a partner at the design firm, IDEO, says play in the workplace has a “PR problem.” “Some think of play as [...]
Susan Zheng co-founded Planted to help people build careers in the start-up or high growth companies.
Reframe your frustration with a micro-managing boss and lead with empathy to learn where they are coming from so you can establish healthier ground rules at work.
This guest post was contributed by William Loper, a freelance writer who loves to spend time researching new and exciting topics. On the weekend he enjoys a glass of wine and a non-fiction book. In today’s day and age, both young and mature people feel the need to work harder in order to feel they contribute [...]