Ten Questions You *Must* Get Answers To – Before You Take The Job

1. What are the working hours? 2. What are your expectations around taking work home/working additional hours? 3. How much travel is required in this job? 4. What constitutes a typical workday here? When do people generally start and finish their workday? (a different question from Question One) 5. What are your expectations around “reachability”… Continue reading Ten Questions You *Must* Get Answers To – Before You Take The Job

Affirmation For Job Seekers

Our society bombards you with reasons not to believe in yourself, especially when you are job hunting: Maybe you don’t have a “perfect” résumé. Maybe you don’t have the educational background some people think you should have. Maybe you’re older than someone thinks you should be, or younger. Maybe you have a disability, or don’t… Continue reading Affirmation For Job Seekers

Management vs. Leadership – Five Ways They are Different

For years we were taught that management has to do with forecasting, budgeting, planning and controlling. Managers were taught to manage, not to lead. New supervisors and grizzled management veterans were taught how to assign work to subordinates, how to evaluate their teammates’ work, how to counsel people on performance problems and how to hire and fire staff… Continue reading Management vs. Leadership – Five Ways They are Different