How Introverts Can Nail What-Makes-You-Tick Interview Questions

The following is a guest post by career consultant Jane Finkel It’s inevitable that the interviewer will ask you questions that attempt to uncover who you really are, especially your more appealing personal qualities. For introverts, job interview questions that seem more personal often present the greatest challenge. It’s not that you are inept at Read More …

Creating a Path for Solidarity in the Workplace

by Kami J. Anderson, PhD   In this article, I will frame a lot of questions for you to consider when examining your recruitment and retention efforts. We are not expecting you to immediately address all of these questions, but they are a good roadmap to help you along. Through my work with my co-author, Read More …

The Best and Worst Work Environments 2019

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   Looking for a job can be stressful, especially when you’re fresh out of school. Pitching your capabilities to a potential employer, making a foolproof resume, and bargaining for a reasonable salary present a challenge even to the most academically accomplished graduates. In interviews, you may be asked loaded questions like “where do Read More …

10 Common Mistakes People Make When Considering a Career Change

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   “The future depends on what you do today.”   This saying is very true for many of the decisions we make today and even more true for very impacting decisions like who to marry, where to go to school and making a career choice, among others. Making a career change is as important Read More …

10 Benefits of Choosing Yoga as a Career

Sitting there with a Yoga Teacher Training certificate in-hand yet perturbed about the outcomes? Do not fret as the job market is taking a positive move in coming years. Years ago, industries like Engineering, Medicine, and Security were the more focused ones and artistic fields, health, and wellness did not receive the shine they deserved. Read More …

How Mistrusting Ourselves Undermines Our Power at Work

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels by Kourtney Whitehead Trust is a major component of any relationship, but especially a working relationship. If I can’t trust you, there is no point in trying to negotiate a deal or work collaboratively together. Knowing that trust is so important to our ability to reach work goals, it’s surprising Read More …

When Your Career Isn’t Enough: The Power of Focus to Manifest Your Dreams

Guest post by Elaine Howard You set your career goals back in high school and now you’ve finally earned your degree and landed a job in your chosen profession. Congratulations! You already know how to use the power of mental focus to your advantage. If you’ve entered an exciting field that you are passionate about, Read More …

5 Keys for Developing Leadership in College Students

College is the perfect time to learn a lot of things to get you ready for life. Aside from the basics, like learning how to cook, to clean your room, save money, and other adulting must-knows, there are many additional life skills that can get you to more than just getting through life. Especially if Read More …