Have you ever thought about chucking your job or career? Is 2018 your year?! I’ve been there – I jumped off the career cliff in 2002 and have been happily following my passion in the form of a career ever since.
For the Leader in You
Do you go to events – internal or external – and struggle to get the conversation off to a great start? Are you tired of answering the ubiquitous, “How are you doing?” with an even more ubiquitous (read boring) “busy,” “not much,” or “same old stuff?” Don’t squander the opportunity to make an impression!
Twenty eighteen is all about getting the job or promotion you want. You’ve identified one, two or maybe even three jobs that would be a step up for you or that you are confident you can succeed at, if given the chance. But how do you get that chance?
Twenty eighteen is all about getting to the next level. It about taking getting and making the most of opportunities, whether it’s a promotion, new job, or other exciting opportunities. The question is, how do you attract the best opportunities for you?
Twenty eighteen is going to be a big year. At least you hope so. Whether it’s a promotion, new job, or other exciting opportunities, you want to be ready to successfully grab that brass ring – your brass ring – so that 2018 is, in fact, a great year for you. You don’t want to blow it, but are you ready to make the impression necessary or will nerves derail your success?
Have you ever wondered why some teams just rock? It’s not just that they have fun, but they surmount every problem with a sense of ease and excitement. And everyone is a valued member of the team. And, face it, you’re envious.
Are the holidays adding to your stress? All the extra commitments – friends, family, and colleagues all seem to want more from you. I guess that’s good, but how do you actually enjoy all of this “fun” without losing your mind?
Many entrepreneurs and managers are frustrated because their staff members don’t get the job done with a high degree of excellence and attention to detail. And they worry that little things like typos and the big things like not getting back to clients quickly enough will cost them their reputation and clients or promotions. Does this sound familiar?
Are you tired of work feeling like a four-letter word? Everybody says that you’ll enjoy your work and be more successful if you maximize your strengths, but how do you do that? You have a job that offers no opportunity at best and feels dead end at worst.
You lead a team. Or do you? You have this unsettling feeling that you could be getting more out of your team, but struggle with how. You tell them you want their input, but you lead staff meetings by doing most of the talking or the talking is merely reporting out, not solving problems. That, and most of the good ideas are yours.