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How to climb the corporate ladder without selling your soul

Why your budget request will cause you to fail

Budget request

You know she is asking for what she really wants!

Budget request

Ever put together a budget request for a special project? When you are working on a project that requires employee hours or financial resources, is your budget request on point? One of the most common career mistakes a person can make is not asking for enough.

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How to pitch new ideas in the corporate world and your personal life

pitch new ideas

Are you getting all of your new ideas launched and executed?

How do you present new ideas at work?

Have you ever pitched an idea to our boss and run into a brick wall? Was your idea shot full of holes or dismissed? Today I provide insight into why some new ideas get off the ground and others die on the vine.

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Why you should never say, “I can do this job” in an interview

Don’t mention that you can do the job in an interview!

The most common phrase in an interview

that candidates share with their interviewer is, “I can do this job”. Believe it or not, this is a phrase you want to avoid in your interviews. This is one of the last phrases you want to share with your interviewer and we will provide a number of reasons why this is the case.

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Two week notice. Why you don’t have to quit the job you hate.

two week notice

Turning in your two-week notice without a conversation is a short-sighted move

Why quitting your job should be the last resort

If you are thinking about turning in your two-week notice for any of the following reasons, I encourage you to have an honest conversation with yourself. Below are the more common reasons and employees will turn in their two week’s notice and quit:

  • Lack of management recognition of work
  • Bored and unchallenged
  • Didn’t receive the opportunity that was expected
  • Relationship with manager/boss
  • Relationship with co-workers
  • Opportunity to use a skill that is considered a strength

Look in the mirror

If you are thinking about turning in your two-week notice,

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Age discrimination in the job interview

Age discrimination

Age Discrimination in the job interview. You can do something about it.

Age Discrimination and the job interview

Age discrimination in a job interview is a volatile topic. Candidates can feel helpless when they feel this happens and it isn’t just to folks over 40, 50 or 60+. Stereotyping can be experienced by candidates that feel they were declined because they are too young,

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Why most employees are expendable vs. promotable? A VP speaks out.

Are you promotable?

Are you Promotable or Expendable at your job?

Ninety percent of employees feel they are promotable. In reality, from a manager’s standpoint, 90 percent of employees fall into category number 2 and 3 listed below.

  1. Promotable: Employee is ready to be promoted or has the potential to be promoted.
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