My recent job search has revealed a number of issues, which prompts exploring my fears related to applying for more senior level jobs. Originally, I was going to compose a post about how to switch up my job search strategies.
Feeling burnout is more common than we know – it’s an actual global phenomenon. Can you identify when you’re feeling burnout? Do you know strategies for managing burnout? Learn more about how to identify it and how to handle it
In a previous post, How to Assert Yourself Without Being Assertive, and Other Lessons I Was Told to Learn, I began to document some of the pivotal experiences that happened to me professionally. The supervisors who were part of these experiences were trying to change my impact on the team through what I now believe was negative behavior modification.
Before writing about these incidents in one place, I never made the connection about their cumulative impact. I also never thought of my previous supervisors’ leadership as poor, as I was craving their positive feedback. I plan to explore these experiences in a series of blogs. In this blog post, I’ll share the lessons learned from exploring the impact of poor supervision and leadership. This post has been updated to reflect some additional lessons learned.
Over the last two decades, I have been given advice on how to better work on a team by stifling my voice. This will be a blog series on how to unlearn these lessons. In this post I will explore
In a world changing daily, how do you address your own role in complicit behavior? Continue feeling the discomfort of change – this time, in the world YOU need to personally change! Fourth in a series. When I began my
Read Is It Even Possible to Focus on Anything Right Now? by Maura Thomas in Harvard Business Review, April 14, 2020. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday Weeks into our current reality of working from home (if possible), I
What do you do when your months-long job search stalls? How do you recover? What are your next steps? I am going to chronicle my experiences jump-starting a new job search. I originally wrote this post in November 2019. Life