One of the factors for job and career success is the value you add. Sometimes you can quantify it, like exceeding targets or the increase in dollars from implementing a creative idea. Other times it’s more intangible, like how you make people feel and the support you give as a valued colleague.
On a recent business trip to Philadelphia, I had the opportunity to speak at and attend a national conference hosting campus law enforcement professionals from around the world. After checking in and arriving to my room late the first evening, I hadn’t noticed an oddity that would immediately catch my attention the following morning.
A key question to ask related to succession planning is, why are you doing it? Another question might be, what do you want the successors to be prepared to do? These two questions fit well together and if they are both not answered with the best thinking you can muster, your succession planning effort could be just checking another box in your organizational life.
If you want to be effective at “Leading With Questions” what is the first thing required every time you ask a question? Might it be – You then have to LISTEN?
Often, the first question you’re asked during an interview is one of the most difficult; “Tell me a little about yourself.” It’s so broad that it can be hard to know where to begin. What are the most important pieces of information to share without rambling? Check out these tips on how to avoid stumbling on the first step.
Stanislaus County is a remarkable community that features fantastic educational opportunities to help you grow, flexible work schedules that help you maintain a comfortable work/home balance, a wide range of entertainment choices when you’re ready for a little rest and relaxation, and versatile health services outlets that enable you to pursue the career of your dreams while making a real difference in the lives of people from all walks of life.
Westminster Police Department has announced that it will now be offering impressive $10,000 signing bonuses to qualifying lateral police officers in an attempt to attract experienced men and women to fill respected positions within the agency.
Healthcare is typically a broad term that is used to describe a variety of careers that cater to health services to those who are in need of them. However, the benefits that come from healthcare jobs make it popular among graduates who are looking to make the switch to a more profitable career.
Leadership development and the application of what is learned is critical to the success of any organization and is critically important to a service organization.
You have worked hard at developing your career and won a promotion, a junior leadership role. Well done! All you have to do is work hard in this new job and your future in leadership is assured! That’s the plan.