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Inclusion Includes Everyone

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

“Give me a place to stand and with a lever I will move the whole world.” - Archimedes Many companies already understand and value diversity as a necessary part of their talent management strategy. In fact, many companies tout their diverse recruiting practices and workforce as a key competitive advantage and an innovation essential. So why are so many companies still struggling to bring on and keep their diverse talent, or to see the benefits of diversity bearing fruit? Because bringing on diverse talent, talking about diversity in company meetings, including it on the company website and...

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Job Security isn’t Given, it’s Created

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

There was an interesting article I read this week on Forbes.com about how employees that change jobs frequently make higher salaries. And I’m talking by considerable margins. A two-year stay with the same company adds up to employees earning less by approximately 50% over their lifetime! Kind of flies in the face of the received wisdom about how to get ahead in the workplace, doesn’t it? What was most intriguing about this fact was that my learning of it coincided with a coaching session I had this weekend. Over the course of our 30-minute session my client, a massage therapist, concluded...

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Calling All Men: We Need You!

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Originally posted on Huff Post Women In the wake of International Women’s day and with Women’s History Month nearing its end, I’ve been reflecting on the momentum generated for awareness and discussion of the gender equality movement worldwide. This year’s events and dialogue have focused on numerous aspects of women’s social, economic and political rights. One area that received a considerable amount of attention may have been surprising to some — it was, well, men. Talk of men having a role to play in expanding women’s rights and opportunities is...

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Navigating “Career Fear”? Let Purpose Be Your GPS

Posted by on Apr 3, 2014 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Originally posted on Huffington Post Business The inimitable Yogi Berra advised, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” If only making a career choice was that simple. Yet there is a way you can reliably and consistently choose the most fulfilling career path — know your purpose. As I mentioned in last week’s post, if you have reached the mid-point of your career you’ve begun taking stock of how you got here and where you’re heading. It’s a natural transition point; you have reached a professional crossroads and, for many, that’s a...

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3 Signs You Might Be The Company “Middle Child”

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 in Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Originally posted on Huffington Post Business Full disclosure I am an only child. That said, I’m reasonably sure that no one wants to be the middle child (insert joke about my last name here). The older kids get to stay out late and boss you around, the younger kids get away with murder, all the while you are left to figure things out for yourself. No fun. But this isn’t simply a reality for those that have siblings, it’s a situation faced by those of us who have reached the mid-point of our careers. Ok. Strap yourself in. I’m about to make a “companies are like...

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