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Tag Archives: career advice

What Is Nonprofit Management? And What Does It Involve?

  Want to work at a nonprofit?    Chad Thevenot, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the Institute for Humane Studies, sheds light on an intellectually rewarding and lucrative career path you may not have considered.   Read more… …

The Most Underrated Skill You Need to Succeed: Asking For Help

Todd Noebel, Director of Hiring and Professional Development at Institute for Humane Studies   Are you ready to take the next step in your career but don’t know how to get there? According to Todd Noebel of the Institute for Humane …

How to Write Good*

Roger Custer, Executive Director of America’s Future Foundation   Writing is an essential skill no matter what your profession. From creating blog posts to sending emails, you’ll be doing a fair amount of writing. Many make the mistake of undervaluing …

The Emotional Intelligence Skills Employers Want Now

By Daniel Goleman, Co-Director of Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations     So you know how to tie a tie, but do you work well on a team? Communicate effectively? Adapt well to change?     Technical …

The Four Words You Will Never Say Again in Business: That’s Not My Job

Defining Success

December 12, 2012 by Kristina Burroughs, Recruiter at Center for Shared Services Original source can be found here.   One of the most important things you can do in narrowing down your job search starts with a series of questions that only …

8 Career Lessons from Katniss Everdeen of the ‘Hunger Games’

  April 4, 2013 By Ritika Trikha of Careerbliss.com Original source can be found here.   Katniss Everdeen dodges danger and outwits her opponents. Can Katniss’ survival techniques help you survive today’s job market? Career blogger Ritika Trikha thinks so.   Read more…

20 Ways to Find Your Calling

December 13, 2012 by Jessica Hagy, Forbes Contributor Original source can be found here.   Not sure what to be when you grow up (whenever that is)? Fret no more. We can figure this out together. Let’s get started.   1. Ignore the future, …