Confidence in Speaking: 3 Tips to Get You There

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If you struggle with public speaking, you’re not alone. Many professionals have experienced nerves when it’s time to make a speech. Standing in front of your audience, you suddenly feel doubt creeping in. The telltale signs of stress emerge. Your face feels warm, you get flustered and sweaty and shaky, and your words come tumbling […]

The Straight-Line Career Path: It Doesn’t Exist and Why You Must Accept It

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Your career path is based on your short-term and long-term goals, and you can frame your priorities accordingly. But one thing to keep in mind is the trajectory of your career path. Some still assume the straight-line career path is the norm. This isn’t true – your path is going to be dynamic if you […]

Agile Leadership – Why it’s the Future for Leaders

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As a supervisor, it’s essential to use all the tools in your belt. Being firm and commanding is relevant, but flexibility is also necessary. Growing as a leader means trying new strategies and being open to every available resource. It’s advantageous for you as well as for the team you’re leading. Agile leadership is the […]

Have Qualifications But Lack Experience? Here’s How You Can Get Hired

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The most frustrating part of the job search is the ever-present contradiction in hiring: you need the experience to get the job, but you can’t get a job without experience. It may seem like every entry-level position requires five years of paid work in the industry even if you’ve got the right credentials. So how […]

New Job? Introverted Personality? A Guide to Feeling Comfortable Quickly

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Working with a staffing agency gave you the perfect position in a hurry. Your paperwork is processed and the onboarding process is complete. But there’s still some adjusting to do. As a new hire, many find it challenging to fit in and project an outgoing identity. Here’s our guide on how you can acclimate yourself […]

10-20-30 Rule: How Does This Help Your Presentations?

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Perfecting your pitch can be challenging. Communicating valuable information in a short period of time can overwhelm top tycoons and business legends. When you’re an expert on a topic, it’s easy to get carried away. How can you ensure your presentation will be heard and respected? The 10-20-30 rule. What is the 10-20-30 Rule? A […]

Here’s Why You Need a Professional Headshot

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Picture this — your dream employer stumbles across your LinkedIn page. You’ve got all the qualifications and your profile looks good, but the hiring manager is immediately troubled by your blurry selfie photo from 2009. Whether you’re new to the workforce or you’ve got a career of three decades under your belt, it’s essential to […]

What Happens When You Are a Millennial and Manage Millennials?

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Congratulations: you’ve landed an impressive leadership role. You’re qualified to run the team, but if you’re lacking experience you may need a tip or two. As a millennial, it can be difficult to get the respect you deserve — especially if you have to manage fellow millennials. To succeed in a leadership position where you […]

4 Books to Help Your Career in 2018

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2018 is coming quickly, and you have to be ready for a full new year of management challenges. One of the best ways to improve your process is to learn from the best. The psychology of leadership has been analyzed for decades, even centuries if you consider The Art of War by Sun Tzu. Davis […]

Networking Success in 2018 Requires Just One Commitment

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‘Tis the season to reflect on 2017 and think about what changes you need to make. Whether you’re on the job hunt or your career is taking off, every professional takes inventory of their past accomplishments to help their future performance. A good examination of your year can help you focus on what’s really going […]