Don’t Just Manage Results: Manage Heads, Hearts & Hands

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Don’t Just Manage Results: Manage Heads, Hearts & Hands

Posted on February 13th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. No Comments

If you see your job as managing processes and results, you’re doing half of the effective leader’s job. The other half? Managing people’s energy – and inspiring them bringing their heads (knowledge), hearts (authentic care), and hands (skills) to their work.

Most leaders see their role as that of managing processes and results within their … Read More »


Resume Advice: Numbers Speak Louder Than Words

Posted on February 12th, by Andrew Conlon in networking/interviewing. No Comments

We’ve all heard the phrase “actions speak louder than words.”  Well, when it comes to resumes, numbers speak louder than words.  When you start changing your resume to be achievement-based rather than task-based, a great thing to focus on is quantifiable experience. Wherever possible, try to use numbers in order to make your resume shine.

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Leadership: Making The Difference

Posted on February 11th, by David Ivers in on the job. No Comments

“Leadership is a word on everyone’s lips. The young attack it and the old grow wistful of it. Parents have lost it and police seek it. Experts claim it and artists spurn it, while scholars want it. Philosophers reconcile it (as authority) with liberty and theologians demonstrate its compatibility with conscience. If bureaucrats pretend they … Read More »


Paid Leave: A Women’s or Economic Issue?

Posted on February 10th, by Valerie Martinelli in Career Advice. No Comments

For years paid leave has been viewed as a women’s issue or an inconsequential one. The truth is that paid leave has known economic and employer benefits. So why is it that the United States is the only industrialized nation that does not offer it? What is the path forward?

Paid and Unpaid Leave Data

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Want a new job? Don’t make these 2 mistakes!

Posted on February 7th, by Christie Mims in Career Advice. No Comments

Want a sparkly new job this year?

Wouldn’t that feel great to wake up loving work?

If only job searching wasn’t the least fun thing known to man.

There are a few things you can do to make your job search easier, starting with NOT doing the following:

1) Don’t just randomly apply to jobs, hoping something works out.

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How to Get Your Career in Gear!

Posted on February 7th, by Karin Hurt in Career Advice. No Comments

When’s the last time you stepped back and really took inventory of your career? Do you have a solid plan? How will you ensure this year is better than 2015? Are you waiting for your manager or mentor to help?

Don’t miss the opportunity to make 2016 remarkable. Here are few ways to get your career … Read More »


The Promise of Leadership

Posted on February 7th, by Bob Anderson in on the job. No Comments

By Bob Anderson and Bill Adams

When we step into positions of leadership, we make a whole set of promises we may not know we are making. These promises are profound and come in the form of high, often unspoken expectations. Understanding, managing, and living up to these promises defines our leadership.

We all expect great things … Read More »


Interview Tips for a Career in Public Utilities

Posted on February 7th, by Alan Carniol in networking/interviewing. No Comments

As I’ve said many times before, preparation is the key to a good job interview. Each industry is a little bit different and if you’re looking for a job with a public utility you need to know the types of questions that are likely to be asked in the interview:

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Comfortable in Your Career? 4 Things to Do Now!

Posted on February 7th, by Chantal Wynter in Career Advice. No Comments

You may be comfortable in your career because your job is all you know and you are afraid to leave or you are happy with what you are doing and is not actively looking for the next opportunity. Either way, being comfortable while it is a good feeling can be a curse because remaining in … Read More »


How To Use Serendipity For Your Career

Posted on February 7th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

What if you adopted the mindset of serendipity? 2016 is a Leap Year and practising the skills may just help you learn to leap in your job and career quest.

Serendipity is much more than taking a ‘lucky dip’ or something that happens to you. The word first appeared in an 18th century poem telling the … Read More »