• Here’s How to Wake Up ‘Quiet Quitters’
    When workers are demotivated, they’ll fall back on doing the absolute bare minimum. They may be mostly doing their job, but they likely aren’t doing it well and they don’t really care anymore. That kind of disengagement has an insidious long-term effect that goes beyond the individual employee. I...
  • When is it OK to Add a Client or Colleague to Your LinkedIn Network?
    Social media has introduced a whole new way to get in touch with professional contacts. But there are still plenty of rules (spoken and unspoken) that need to be followed. Here are some tips to help you know when it’s OK to add someone on your LinkedIn network.
  • How Often Should You Update Your Resume?
    Surprise! Resumes aren’t something to be updated when you’re searching for a new job. But how often should you really be revising it?
  • We Often Can't Predict the Impact of Our Work
    First thing to be clear on is that one of the more frequent goals people have in their careers is related to impact. Impact can be difficult to measure for lots of reasons. Read on to learn more!!
  • What to Do if You Were the Runner-Up
    No one says being the runner up is easy. But it helps if you know you gave it your best shot.
  • The Eternal Quest for Work
    Do you aspire to another role with your employer, want to build your brand in the industry, launch your own venture or just get someplace better? Read on to learn more!
  • How Do You Know If You Are in the Right Job Now?
    When the conversation about work and finding a new job comes up it is often with two very different and distinct frames of mind. Read on to learn more....
  • A job that Makes a Difference matters most. Now what
    One of the most frequent points people make when they are thinking about making a career change is the pull they feel to do work that makes a difference. 
  • Navigating Your Job Search During and After Graduate School
    When's the right time to begin a job search during graduate school? The first day of class.That might sound daunting, but the earlier you plan your job search, the better. Here are six steps you can take to get and stay on track.
  • 10 Reasons You're Not Getting That Promotion
    In the last six months, you’ve applied for three different step-up positions in your company but you’re zero-for-three. You feel ready to move up but management clearly thinks otherwise. Here are 10 reasons you’re not getting that promotion and actions you can take.
  • How Much Does Your Job Affect Your Mental Health?
    Many people view the relationship between work and mental health as distinct. They show up, mentally check out, and hang around until it’s time to actually check out. Have you ever wondered how much your job affects your mental health? Chances are, it’s more than you think.
  • The Fastest Way To Clean Up Your Inbox
    When email was first introduced, it was a timesaver, but it’s gotten a bit unruly since then. With communication so cheap and easy, people now send emails for every note, memo, question, comment, pitch, or thank you. Pair that with multiparty chains and an expectation for immediate reply, and it’...
  • What You Can Do When You Can't Offer Your Employees Raises Who Deserve Them
    Your employees are doing a great job, but the budget doesn't allow you to give them the raises they deserve. You want—and need—to do something to show your appreciation—but what? While salary definitely matters, there are other approaches you can take to reward your employees for their good work,...
  • What to Do When You’re Bored At Work (Other Than Eating)
    At some point, we've all been bored at work. Maybe the busy season is over or you're the unlucky soul alone in the office between Christmas and New Year's. No matter the reason, at some point you're going to find yourself with some extra time to fill. Here are a few ideas to keep you out of troub...
  • What Your Boss's 1:1 Style Says About Them…And You
    Whether your boss gravitates toward big meetings and group projects or prefers to work individually with their employees, he will have to conduct one-on-one meetings. Some take the buddy-buddy approach, some use a coaching or mentoring style, and others take advantage of the opportunity to microm...
  • How to Recognize and Reward your Employees to Build Better Performance
    Recognition makes a huge difference in employee engagement. You may be ready to move on to the next deadline, but take time to celebrate and recognize success. Your employees will notice. They’ll likely perform even better. Learn more.
  • Melina’s Winding Path
    Trust your gut! But in order to get there, first learn the difference between your gut/intuition and your fear or trauma responses. Get clear on what your values are and let your values lead the way
  • Román’s Winding Path
    There have been many pivots in my career, mostly in and out of the arts. I have pivoted into the arts because that is where my passion is, and where I think I can have the most impact in the world. I have pivoted out several times because of the way that the arts are sometimes perceived by the wo...
  • Adam’s Winding Path
    I was completely terrified leaving behind my successful marketing business to step into work in the sex & relationship industry at 39. Coming out as gay in the late nineties was nothing compared to the anxiety I had around starting a new business that talked about sex.
  • Communicating Confidence to Your Colleagues
    Do you feel like you’re the only one who doesn’t have it all figured out? Do you feel uncomfortable accepting compliments? Do you soften routine communications with certain qualifiers? If you’re answering yes, we’ve got some confidence-building strategies for you.