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    You Do What? - I'm a Crime Scene Anaylst
by Ross Gardner and Tim Muma - Jun, 2016
There are many things that go into solving a crime, one of which is analyzing the scene to determine what did or did not happen. Ross Gardner is an experienced and well-respected crime scene analyst with Bevel, Gardner & Associates. Ross has played a role in determining countless criminal outcomes, and tells Tim Muma about the detailed nature of the analysis, how technology continues to evolve and improve the field, and why he...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Women in Leadership: A Win-Win for Companies and Individuals
by Joelle Jay and Tim Muma - Jun, 2016
Though many people focus on the pay gap between men and women, an emphasis on moving women up the corporate ladder serves a greater benefit for all involved. Executive coach Joelle Jay, a principal with the Leadership Research Institute, describes key points from her book, "The New Advantage: How Women in Leadership Can Create Win-Wins for Their Companies and Themselves." Joelle explains to Tim Muma why women have an edge in l...
 
    Management Decisions - New Consumer Protection Laws...But Investors Beware
by Les Szarka and Tim Muma - May, 2016
While a certain regulations may be created to protect people, it can create other potential problems for those who aren't aware of all the details. A recent change could have that exact effect, and investors need to be cautious. Les Szarka, founder, co-owner and CEO of Szarka Financial, talks with Tim Muma about the ins and outs of the new rule. Though it certainly is a benefit to investors and their best interests, Les explai...
 
    Employment Notebook - Conversations to Help Develop High Performers
by William Dann and Tim Muma - May, 2016
One key to long-term, sustainable success is the level of performance put forth by each employee. Not every person comes to your organization as an 'A' player, but there are ways to bring them up to high performer status. William Dann, founder and president of Professional Growth Systems, leverages his years in management and as a CEO to discuss the types of communication that develops high performers. He also explains to Tim...
 
  Winning At Working: Choosing A Path
by Nan S. Russell - Jun, 2016
Reading in the airport while waiting for a flight, a housekeeper was tidying around me when approached by another facilities employee. After a few minutes of easily overheard chit-chat, she received coaching from her now apparent supervisor. "You know," he said "I'd like you to pace yourself." Intrigued by his words, I stopped reading to eavesdrop and heard as he told her, "You're doing too good a job. You don't need to wor...
 
  5 Critical Reasons You Struggle To Feel Loved, Appreciated, and Respected In Life and Work
by Kathy Caprino - Jun, 2016
Today’s my birthday, and traditionally, I’ve loved this day – June 2nd. I have very happy memories going way back, of celebrating this day with dear friends and family. One of my fondest memories is of a wonderful party for my 18th birthday given by my dear friend Nan in her garage (because the outdoor party was rained out). I felt treasured and very happy on that day, even with the heavy downpours and dampened festivities, b...
 
  Career Advancement - What Does It Take?
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2016
Thoughts of career advancement might have flickered in your brain at the start of the year (when you were considering possible new year’s resolutions), but life happens. Have you given any thought recently to where you stand in regard to your career advancement prospects? First let me back up a bit and ask, “What does career advancement mean to you?” If you haven’t figured that out yet, this would be a good time to think ab...
 
  Resumes for Career Changers
by Robin Schlinger - Jun, 2016
When you are ready to change careers, to a new field, a new position in your existing field, or a new industry, make sure your resume is ready for the change. By thinking ahead, you will be prepared to create a resume that is attractive to hiring managers and recruiters in your new career. First, find out if you will be a more attractive candidate with certifications or classes in your new career. Someone moving from hands-...
 
  A 2-Minute Attitude Adjustment
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2016
Admittedly, there are times when the stress at work makes you want to tear your hair out or at least close your door and scream in the privacy of your own work space. So, when life gets complicated at work and you need an attitude adjustment or a breather to re-create a positive frame of mind, consider some of these quick fixes from Dr. Kathleen Hall from Pink Magazine. •Breathe Consciously. Concentrate on your breath and i...
 
  The Seven Tips to Starting a New Job Successfully
by Randy Block - Jun, 2016
Congratulations! You have accepted a new position. All of that work of looking for a job has paid off, handsomely. Take a breather. Now, it’s time to switch gears. Your next objective is to integrate yourself into your new organization. 1. Day one: maintain old contacts Be sure to say thank you to all the people who helped you get the new position. Often people don’t make this effort because they feel they’ll be in th...
 
  Your Role In The Performance Review
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
Marie is a client who is presently seeking a new opportunity in her field. When I asked her why she was looking to leave her current role and company, this is what she told me: There have been a number of disagreements, or misalignments in perspective, with my current boss over the last year and a half. However, the final straw came at this year’s annual performance review. My boss gave me a rating of “Needs Improvement” in...
 
  What I've Learned From 6 Months Of Simplifying
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2016
At this point, most of us have heard of Marie Kondo and her best-selling manifesto, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. She suggests decluttering by asking yourself about every single thing you own: Does this spark joy? I love this question, but the truth is my decluttering bar is set a little lower: I don’t always need what I have to bring me joy. I just need it to not bring me angst. That’s been my key takeaway so far...
 
  What Is A Returnship And Could It Help You?
by Stacy Harshman - Jun, 2016
Ever heard the word “returnship”? Returnship is an internship opportunity geared towards experienced professionals. The concept was coined by Goldman Sachs back in 2008 to help people restart their careers after an extended absence from the workforce. Goldman began a program to offer a paid, ten-week program for professionals to experience working again and at the end, offered full-time jobs to those selected. This program is...
 
  The Power of Clearly Defined Goals
by Sherri Edwards - Jun, 2016
Looking down instead of ahead can cause you to end up with your head hitting a brick wall or getting sideswiped by a car you didn’t see coming. The same devastation can happen with your career if you don’t know where you are going and don’t have a plan. If your plan is nothing more than to continue doing what you are doing and expect everything else around you to remain the same, then ever-changing business needs may leave you...
 
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