By Susan deBruyn Presentations can be hard. It’s almost impossible to imagine presenting without filler words like “uh” or “oh.” Read below to see how you can improve your presentation skills. “The success of your presentation will be judged not by the knowledge you send but by what the listener… read more
By Anne Evenson Asking for help as a manager or an experienced leader can be daunting, and many perceive asking for help as a sign of weakness. Here’s how you can master the art of asking for help when you are in a position of authority. “Asking for other’s guidance… read more
By Liz Carmack When faced with a professional challenge, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and discouraged; however, there are ways to quell your fears and step up to the plate. Check out our tips for conquering professional challenges. “To be tested is good. The challenged life may be the best… read more
By Havilah Tower During your job search, focusing on the role, salary and benefits are important; however, you don’t want to overlook the personality and leadership style of the hiring manager. Here are some tips for evaluating a job based on who you will report to. “If your actions inspire… read more
By Andrew Forrester Feedback can be hard to hear, but what does one do with feedback that’s confusing or inconsistent? How can you align your leadership style to meet the needs of different people? Here are some tips for carving a path forward. “No matter how good you think you… read more
Gaining new skills and expanding your knowledge-base can be significant factors in your career advancement. Here’s how you can convince your employer to support your professional development.
Whether it be for a new employment offer or for a raise at your current job, negotiating a salary can be daunting. With these tactics, you can navigate the salary negotiation process confidently and strategically.
360 reviews can be a great tool to gain feedback from managers, colleagues, direct reports, and other members of your workplace. However, it’s important that you have the correct guidance and understanding on how to process the results.
Preforming synchronous actions, such as playing a game or solving a puzzle, with our coworkers can lead to better collaboration, even with those team members who do not typically get along.
Learn to accept and implement constructive feedback, and you’ll increase your self-awareness, improve your confidence and reach your goals.