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By Deborah Brown-Volkman
Do you love what you do for a living? Did you used to love
what you do, but not anymore? Or are you in a career that you think
you could never love?
Your love for your career comes...
By Jeri Hird Dutcher
In the local newspaper’s food magazine, wine expert
Charles Smothermon gave some career advice in his “Ask the
Wine Geek” Q&A column. The anxious employee had received
By Barbara Wulf
The holidays are over; it’s a new month, a new year. In a
sense, the new year provides us with a clean slate, a fresh start,
there’s a newness of where we are heading or what we could...
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By Joan Lloyd
My performance review is coming up in a few weeks and I would
like to ask you a question about something that has me ill at ease.
Last week my boss asked me if I would fill out a ‘self
By John Putzier
Have you ever been asked to describe your ideal work
environment? What do they want to hear? What if I describe
something that they cannot provide? Isn't this a no-win
As I have indicated...
By Teena Rose
Negotiation is a give-and-take process until an eventual
agreement is reached between two or more parties. To understand the
art of negotiation, a jobseeker must understand that it is a give
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By Gary Cohen
I lead a small company, and I manage it very tightly.
In meetings, I find I am the only one offering ideas, while others
do not contribute. Although my ideas have really worked to grow the
By Dan Bobinski
Too often, people who think they're acting assertively are
really acting aggressively. The mistake is often accidental. In
reality, such people are simply trying to get their needs met, but
By Bob Roth
For many college students, determining a direction and selecting
a major can be a daunting task. Parents and friends usually offer
their suggestions, talk about their experiences and voice their