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3 Tips to Help You Be Seen as a Workplace Leader


Posted by Valerie Morrow

Nov 13, 2013 10:21:33 AM

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workplace_leadership Leaders in today’s workplace are similar to the box of assorted chocolates actor Tom Hanks referred to in the movie “Forrest Gump.” Each leader is filled with varying objectives, management styles, personalities and abilities. Some people seem born to it. Others develop and acquire these skills over the course of their career. To paraphrase Forrest, “You never know what leader you’re gonna get.”

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Online Job Search Guide for Veterans


Top Job Search Portal – Best Resources and Information for Job Search Your Guide to Smarter Job Search Site Search * * Home * * Get Started + Online Job Search Guide + Job Search Tutorial * * Find Jobs + Job Listings + Employers by State + Fortune 500 + Government Employers * * Change Careers + Career Change + Lifestyle-Friendly Careers + Mid-Life Careers + Entrepreneur Option * * Advice & Resources + Resumes + Job Interviews + Networking + Social Media, LinkedIn, etc.

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3 Essential Job Search Tips


There are 3 essential questions to ask yourself when navigating through your transition to the civilian workplace. These questions can help you to know your skills and interests so you can choose the civilian career path that’s right for you, communicate your skills and experience through an effective resume, and use your network to help you find opportunities and obtain your career goals.

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Veterans Job Search Battle Plan


No sane person goes to battle alone. You need a plan and folks who “have your back. ” And your job search is the same. Take advantage of the various resources the military offers, like TAP and Yellow Ribbon events. In addition, here is some more information and supports to ensure you succeed. Most states call their local employment and unemployment services offices One-Stop now because they offer so many services, programs, and referrals.

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How to Avoid Veterans’ Job Search Self-Sabotage


Top Job Search Portal – Best Resources and Information for Job Search Your Guide to Smarter Job Search Site Search * * Home * * Get Started + Online Job Search Guide + Job Search Tutorial * * Find Jobs + Job Listings + Employers by State + Fortune 500 + Government Employers * * Change Careers + Career Change + Lifestyle-Friendly Careers + Mid-Life Careers + Entrepreneur Option * * Advice & Resources + Resumes + Job Interviews + Networking + Social Media, LinkedIn, etc.

Read the source article at Your Guide to Smarter Job Search

6 Fundamentals That Can Make You A Better Manager In 2014


When it comes to management, I’ve always been a bigger believer in fundamentals than fancy.  Sure, there’s nothing at all wrong with, say, presentation skills that spellbind an audience of thousands, but when it comes to operational effectiveness, chances are that will be determined by how well you execute fundamentals day in and day out.  In that spirit, here are 6 fundamentals that can make you a better manager in 2014.

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How to Make Sure You Don’t Fall Off The Radar When You Work Remotely


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Flexible work is all the rage lately, with employers allowing, or even encouraging workers to telecommute, shift hours, split shifts or share jobs. Benefits for employers and workers are widely documented. Employers benefit when employees work hours and times when they
can get the most done
. Employees who avoid challenging commutes and have the opportunity to easily handle situations at home without interfering with work are generally happier and more productive.

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