This client’s issue was that she continually put in over 10 hours a day in a draining work environment. Although she had desires to do other hobbies and side businesses, she was too exhausted to do anything about those other dreams. She self-diagnosed herself as having no follow-through, although at the office – she had lots of follow-through.
After hearing her story, I suggested that she was actually micromanaging her people too much. This was taking her time away from the items she really wanted to accomplish as well as zapping all her energy. Her knee-jerk reaction was that she was not a micro-manager.
How can women navigate office politics while staying professional?
Regardless of whether you are male or female, the most effective way to get ahead in an office environment is to do the following:
The one mistakes most career changers make. Writing their resume without the “new career” mindset. Most career changers list their work experience and job tasks in the mindset of the past role or job title INSTEAD of the new career …
This is Laura Lee Rose, a business and efficiency coach that specializes in professional development, time management, project management and work-life balance strategies. The Professional Development Toolkit package covers professional development and real-world IT topics in detail. If you are interested …
Have you ever tasted failure in reaching your goals? Did you know that feeling good, being happy, is one of the “forgotten ingredients” to being successful and achieving your goals? Did you know that happy people know how to set …
How do you steal a client or project away from a competitor? I find the best way to gain customers or projects from competitors is to collaborate and affiliate with them.
I recently was asked for advice for small business owners on ways to build a strong, positive culture at work. Read some tips.
We often inadvertently waste time because we don’t recognize the symptoms. Check out the video list of the video’s 10 hidden time wasters and tell me which ones were a surprise to you.
With clients expecting orders to be turned around faster than in the past, how can a small business speed up their operations?
I recently received the following question: How do companies prevent remote workers from feeling “left out”? I’m not a fan of handing off the responsibility of our own career and growth to someone else. It is not the companies’ responsibility …
Have this ever happened to you? You get a great performance review; they are very pleased with your work; they say they would like to give you a raise — BUT, due to budget problems, it is not possible at that time. What do you do to succeed?