Currently Employed

Turning Your Current Job Into Your Dream Job

Picture this: after searching and searching, you finally land a job and couldn’t be more excited! You get to go to work, meet new coworkers and reach new professional goals. While kick starting a new career can be exciting, the role you’re starting in might not necessarily be your dream job. The good news is […]

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business lunches

Pass the Faux Pas: 5 Tips for Successful Business Lunches

When my grandma would ask me what my strongest subject was in school, I used to announce proudly, “lunch!” (I was only half-kidding.) To my pint-sized self, it seemed like a fairly safe answer; “who could be bad at lunch?” I thought. It wasn’t until years later, once I had grown out of period 4 […]

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maintaining your resume

Maintaining Your Resume (Even If You Have a Job)

John F. Kennedy, a man whose career makes for one heck of a resume, once remarked, “the time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining.” As should be expected, his words make sense. After all, mid-catastrophe is a terrible time to start a new project. The added stress and condensed time frame […]

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toxic leaders

3 Types of Toxic Leaders (And How to Avoid Becoming One)

While a great leader can truly make a positive impact on your life and career, toxic leaders have the power to do the complete opposite. If you’ve had experience working with both ends of the spectrum, you know that you and your coworkers can just feel the difference – and that the negativity of toxic […]

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becoming a manager

Becoming a Manager: 3 Ways to Prepare as a Young Professional

Becoming a manager doesn’t happen overnight. After all, it takes time to become acquainted with the purpose, values and structure that define your organization. On top of that, you need to make sure you’ve got the nuts and bolts of your specific role down cold before making that next step. Combine all of that with […]

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