It’s that feeling you get when someone hits you with a hard truth about something you need to fix—a reality that bites because you didn’t want to face it or simply didn’t know you had an issue in the first place.
According to a recent University of Scranton study, 45% of Americans set New Year’s resolutions, but only 8% keep them.
Are you one of the many professionals seeking a different or higher-level leadership position this upcoming year? If so, don’t just assume you’re a natural at interviewing for a job…
In leadership, it is important to be a good manager and a good coach because both are critical for long-term success.
You will expand upon what you know, be better prepared for unexpected challenges, and, ultimately, improve upon how you lead.
Whether you’re trying to land a new job, setting your sights on a promotion or trying to avoid an upcoming layoff, selling yourself is critical to accomplishing your goal.
Striving for serious professional growth? Design a professional growth plan showing what you intend to do and how it’s going to be done.
Learn a proven sales process that will get you breakthrough results.
As a leader, tackling something that will result in professional growth is a great goal to set for the start of every year. How do you decide what to do?
Mistakes happen. But they’re more apt to happen when we’re rushing or multitasking, not truly paying attention to what we’re doing and how we’re doing it.