Want To Stand Out? Develop Your Personal Brand.
What’s your brand? Not your favorite brand, like Apple or Toyota. What is YOUR brand? Everyone should have one, starting at any age. “Personal branding is not just about designing “packaging” for yourself or selling yourself as something you are not. Your personal brand is your reputation,” says my friend, Lida Citroen, Author of Reputation 360. You do not have to be looking for a new position. Do this while you’re in your current position and you’ll see some magic happen. Yo
10 Tips for Young Managers Leading Older Teammates
Do you know that awkward moment when you're telling someone how to improve in a job they’ve held longer than you’ve been in the workforce? I love this line from this Forbes article because I was once there, and I remember thinking I had to prove myself to older employees. Rather than being an awkward experience, managing people older than you can be rewarding and educational. While much is written about the differences in our generations, we have more in common than is re
Eat a Frog in the Morning
You’ve been working on your goals and chances are, one of them is related to productivity. The emails, voicemails, Zoom meetings, and interruptions are very overwhelming. First, be easy on yourself. This is something that everyone struggles with, so try a few different things to see if they work for you. There will be days that fall apart and you won’t feel productive. Don’t beat yourself up. Most of all, celebrate the days you feel accomplished. Here are some tips from Tim F