A demotion in the workplace may have you questioning your skills and worth. Here are some next steps you can take to navigate through this difficult point in your career.
In an ideal world, discussing personal matters with your boss would be simpler. Realistically, different bosses will react in different ways, so you should plan next steps accordingly. Here are some questions to ask yourself before you open up to your boss about your personal life.
Many professionals want to advance in their careers but have no desire to manage a team. Contrary to popular belief, this does not portend the end of career growth. For those who wish to progress onwards and upwards, but don’t want to manage a team, here are other ways to evolve professionally.
Learn how to manage a new boss with a new leadership style using effective communication, taking the initiative, staying observant and flexible, and seeing this new shift as an opportunity.
By Anne Evenson Job interviews are typically thought of as a Q & A session where the employer asks the questions and the candidate answers them. However, it’s important to remember that you are interviewing them too! Read on and discover the top ten warning signs to look for when… read more
After jumping through all the hoops and despite being a stellar candidate, the promotion went to someone else. Now what? Read below to learn how to move on after being passed for a promotion.
Performance reviews are stressful enough. Add unfavorable feedback and you could feel overwhelmed with feelings of defeat. Read below to learn some simple tactics and strategies you can employ to recover from a negative performance review.
As if being fired weren’t hard enough, now you have to talk about it in an interview. Here are some things to consider before explaining yourself to future employers.
It can be hard to be an introvert in what feels like an extrovert’s workplace. Here’s how to lean into your gifts and make your mark, without changing who you are.
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.