Enjoy these concise, focused articles on important topics related to career development and career change.
Mentoring: A Mutually Beneficial Partnership
Do you want to move your career forward? Would you like to develop your leadership skills as well as help others learn, grow, and improve their skills?
10 Ways to Have a More Successful Career
Consider how you might use some of these simple strategies
An Introvert’s Guide to Life at the Office
Here are some tips to find some peace in an open plan work space
What is Your Ikigai?
According to the Japanese, everyone has an ikigai. An ikigai is essentially ‘a reason to get up in the morning’. A reason to enjoy life. Here is a helpful diagram to explain.
How To Change Careers When You Don’t Know What You Want To Do Next
Feeling stuck in your career isn’t just frustrating-it can be debilitating. But the notion that we have to choose a single career path and stick
with it from beginning to end is simply a myth.
You need to think of yourself as an entrepreneur at the helm of one living, growing start-up venture: YOUR CAREER
Submitted by Cristina Goncalves, Relationship Manager, School of Continuing Studies
Take it easy and think it through. Consider all these factors and alternatives in making a choice for yourself.
Shake up your routine a little or use these other practical, effective steps to enjoy your workplace and work.
No one can have it all – Sheryl Sandberg
Coming to terms with that reality is invaluable for women trying to find fulfillment as both great leaders and great parents.
10 Strategies for Getting Yourself Promoted
Thoughts from Career Guru Barbara Moses on how to renew your career by building on things that are already part of who you are. It does not have to be major surgery!
Barbara Moses describes a “portfolio” approach as an option for the second stage of life and career.
Instead of trying to avoid a mid-career crisis, consider the benefits of being prepared for one. Many experts agree that a mid-career crisis can even be helpful. Follow these proven tips for getting through yours.