Talking Promotions Without Sounding Arrogant

July 14 , 2017

When you sit down for a job interview, it’s perfectly natural to want to know how you’ll be compensated now and in the future. After all, the average job candidate in the United States stays in the job for which they were hired for about four years. After that, it’s time to move up or move on.

Filed Under: career advancement, Career & Money, interview, Interviews, Job Search, job search, promotion

Why Curiosity is so Important in Your Career

August 22 , 2016

The legend has it that when humans discovered the potato plant, many died because of it. They have eaten the fruits and leafs of the plant which turned out to be poisonous. Sad and angry, they gather all the potato plants (fruits, leaves, roots) they could find and set them on fire to wreck this...

Filed Under: career advancement, Curiosity, Your Career, your career

Career Tip For Millennials: Be Clear, Concise And Compelling

July 25 , 2016

It is hard to be clear. It is hard to be concise. It is hard to be compelling. It is really hard to be all three at the same time! For that important presentation, however, mastering the art of being all three is essential to creating passionate support from your audience. It is the difference...

Filed Under: Best Advice, career advancement, Career Advice, communication, Millennials, millennials, presenting, your career

Build A Network: 5 Tips For Small Talk With Senior Colleagues

November 23 , 2015

Connecting with colleagues at work is among the best things you can do to improve your effectiveness in the workplace. And while it’s easy to lean over to Amy in the next cubicle and ask her how her weekend went, when it comes to a more senior colleague in the corner office, the idea of starting...

Filed Under: Networking, networking, Branding, career advancement, Career Advice, Communication, communication, Confidence, Relationships