Archive for June, 2011

letting your work “speak for itself” can be a faulty long-term strategy

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011
In my last message, I introduced you to the basics of emotional intelligence and why they are important competencies to master for your career success.  As critical to mastering emotional intelligence is recognizing that career success goes beyond simply showing up for work, delivering an excellent product and then heading home at the end of the day.  I cannot tell you how many clients I have coached that could not understand why their work didn't speak for itself or why they had to play "office politics" (in their vernacular).  If this is your mindset,    Read More

lessons rep. weiner could have learned from my mom (and what you can too)

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

"What Rep. Weiner Could Have Learned From My Mom (and What You Can Too)"

I would love to tell you that I don't get it but I do - yet another powerful figure that has demonstrated his lack of integrity.  It is a story for the ages.  Boy meets girl, boy likes girl, boy pursues girl (except in this case boy is married), boy sends private pictures over a public medium and gets caught engaging in illicit online relationships. I would also like to tell you that this is a problem confined to    Read More