Tag: Career Center

Email is More Important Than Ever. Learn Four Tips to Make Your Emails More Effective

Our virtual work environment is creating a heavier-than-ever reliance on email. Learn 4 tips to enhance your email writing skills from Shelley Row, P.E., CSP

How to Sell With Sensitivity

Originally published by Orange Leaf Consulting on March 31, 2020 What weird and trying times we are in! I know people are afraid. Afraid of getting sick, losing money in their retirement, having enough to […]

Job Scam ALERT: What You Need to Know NOW

Learn what red flags you should watch for when evaluating potential job offers with tips from Dawn Rasmussen, CMP of Pathfinder Writing and Career Services.

7 Ideas to Consider When Creating Your Leadership Philosophy

Your leadership philosophy is essential to guiding your everyday work. Learn ways to develop and refine your philosophy to become a well-rounded leader with Shelley Row, PE, CSP.

Industry Memberships are Job Search Lifelines

Read why joining an industry membership can present new personal and professional development opportunities from Dawn Rasmussen, CMP of Pathfinder Writing and Career Services.

To Create an Organizational Vision, Connect the Dots

Having a vision requires you to see the dots and take a step back to think about how they connect. Learn what factors are necessary to creating and implementing a strong organizational vision via Shelley Row, PE, CSP.

14 Easy Tips For Creating A More Inclusive Workplace

Learn 14 tips for creating a more inclusive workplace (most require fewer than 60 seconds) from Lindsey Pollak.

How Do I Manage Remote Workers?

Discover tips for employers to best manage remote workers from Lindsey Pollak

Five Leadership Lessons from Mountain Bike Riding

In the press of day-to-day responsibilities, it’s easy to forget the bigger picture and wider world. Discover 5 key lessons Anita Torres learned as a mountain biker that she applied to become a better business leader.

Five Steps That Challenge Your Impressions For Better Decision Making

Originally published by Shelley Row, P.E., CSP on 6 January Hard-to-work-with, passive-aggressive, disagreeable, arrogant, unresponsive, unmotivated, angry. Know anyone like that? Rational, levelheaded, thoughtful, curious, respectful, friendly, easy-to-get-along-with, agreeable. You probably know people like this, […]