Comfortable in Your Career? 4 Things You Need to Do Now!

Posted on February 7th, by Chantal Wynter in Career Advice. 1 Comment

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 »


Start the New Year with Something New or Good

Posted on February 7th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

The New Year provides you with a refreshingly clean slate, an opportunity to reset how you’ve been doing things and give yourself and your team a new start.  This is a great time to re-think the rituals you and your teams rely upon and to establish some new habits.  Start with your weekly team meeting.

If … 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 practicing 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 »


Bilingual, Basic or Fluent: What Are the Differences?

Posted on February 7th, by American Public University System in education/training. 2 comments

By Jaymie Pompeo, Career Coach

Growing up, my entire family instilled the value of a second language. My parents are native speakers and placed heavy emphasis on using Spanish at home while my English developed through the help of Sesame Street and elementary school. From there, summer vacations to Ecuador became an immersion program where my Abuelita … Read More »