Brain studies confirm effective ways to make people feel you are trustworthy and help diffuse office tension. Conflict at work is common. In fact, according to a study by CPP Global, 85 percent of employees
Amazon's Bezos points out what pinpoints the smartest people -- and it's not what you'd think. There are plenty of opinions about what makes for the smartest people. I give more credence to those who from
There is this bizarre thing that candidates do in an interview that significantly hurts their chances and impedes on their ultimate success. You could be the most outgoing person in the world, but when
If you want to change your life, you have to first change the way you think about your life — not the opposite way around. It's not that "magical thinking" will be responsible for your personal revolution.
As a leadership coach, I often see the same leadership challenges arise across industries. There’s the challenge of time (there’s never enough of it), decision making, navigating organizational politics
Employers don't like it when you tell them what they already know. Contrary to popular belief, cover letters can help you stand out and get a job interview today. You might think employers don't read if
Developing robust plans to attract and retain talent is a crucial leadership role. In case you need more incentive, check out this shocking data. Gallup's latest State of the American Workplace report
99 percent of job seekers are missing the point of a cover letter. Do hiring managers read cover letters? If you ask most job seekers today, they think not. That's because they apply online to dozens jobs
Everyone concocts grandeur dreams designed to alter the entire trajectory of their lives. Starting January 1, my New Year’s resolution is to hit the gym every day and get into the best shape of my life.
The question is--would you take the money? Would you take money to quit your job? That's the question Amazon is asking. Full-time workers at Amazon fulfillment services can earn up to $5,000 by quitting.
Nick Corcodilos has been working in HR for years. He began working as a headhunter in Silicon Valley in 1979 and, since 1995, he’s been giving helpful tips about job applications on his website “Ask The
I’d like to offer you some counterintuitive advice: don’t spend too much time worrying or stressing out over your résumé. Yes, I know everyone else tells you to spend an inordinate amount of time writing,
One reader contacted my coaching firm with a follow-up question after seeing my post on whether it is OK to continue interview for jobs even after you have accepted another offer: I recently read Caroline's
The chief investment officer at Meyer Memorial Trust is our Superpowered Portland honoree. We're honoring Rukaiyah Adams as part of Healthyish Superpowered, a new kind of dinner party celebrating women
His life is radically different. But his advice is universal. Maybe you're into the NFL. Maybe you're not. That's cool; the league is facing some challenges for sure. But I've come across some career from