Help More – Judge Less in Your Career
Sheryl Sandberg shared this advice in her iconic book: Lean In. Consider how you can help others more and be less judgmental on your personal and professional journey.
Be a Solution Provider NOT a Career Complainer
Come to the table with solutions, not complaints and you will gain the valuable opportunity to be a change anne in your career environment.
Your Boss is Not Your Career Coach
You must take responsibility for your career growth so don’t wait for your boss to design your career destiny. Have an exit or growth strategy at the ready at all times.
How Single-Tasking Can Help Your Career
Multi-tasking is over rated and the latest research shows it makes you less productive. Focus on a single task at at time. Stay in the moment and watch your productivity rise.
Don’t Let Stress Sabotage Your Career
Stress is pervasive so learn to develop techniques to prevent it from sabotaging your life and career.
Manage Up for Career Success
Learn to manage up so your boss knows your value in the workplace.
The Art of Selling is Valuable in Any Career Field
Learn to sell your strengths in a professional situation when you seek a raise, apply for a new opportunity or tackle a new project. Sales skills are essential in all fields.
Negotiation is an Essential Career Skill
You’ll never get what you want and need in a career if you don’t ask. Hone your negotiation skills and learn to advocate for yourself.
Give Great Career Feedback
You can help others grow professionally be sharing authentic and helpful career criticism.
Accept Constructive Career Criticism
Receiving criticism of any sort can be difficult but if you take it seriously and not personally, it will help you thrive and manage your career blind spots.