Are you impacted by office culture and office politics? You’re not the only one. Read how I identified the politics in an office where I worked and how you can try to influence change in your own office.
Managing tough questions about long-term unemployment is challenging. Answering the questions at professional conferences is even tougher. Learn strategies for answering some challenging, but oft-repeated, questions when you’re surrounded by peers in your field.
What are you holding onto that is hurting your job search? What can you do differently to approach your search? How do you de-clutter your head to focus on the search, and let go of the past that has held you back in your head?
You have a first or second round interview for a job that seems out of reach – what do you do? Take the time to do some homework to alleviate some of the stress answering questions that feel tough or unanswerable.
How do you know its time to move on to your next professional role? When and how do you make this decision? What should you consider when your current position or role in your department isn’t matching your professional goals?
How can campus-based professionals increase the number of on-campus allies and Greek community supporters? Develop strategies for an in-group experience for non-affiliated staff and faculty and encourage chapters to develop an in-group role for these campus community members.