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Ageism: Not for Quitting

19 Aug
Not for Quitting

Ageism: Not for Quitting 50’s not for quitting By the time we’ve reached 50, most men have had their share of advances, breakthroughs and knockbacks … and we’re still here. Of all the prejudices that exist in the workplace today, ageism stands apart. You see, we’ve already been successful. We”ve tasted success and we’ve learned to …

Career Resilience 12: Make the Move Checklist

07 Dec
make the move

Make the Move Checklist So now we’re all set to make the move. We’ve decided that our time at the current job is over. We’ve learned all we can learn, we’ve grown there as much as we’re going to  and we’ve tolerated as much as we’re going to take. So, let’s go! But we’re not …

Career resilience 11:Time to Go Mindset

24 Nov

Time to go mindset We’re fast coming to the point where it really is time to go. There will be a temptation to simply throw everything up in the air and just walk out. But we know that never ends well. When it’s time to go, it’s time to go successfully! So, here are seven important …

Career Resilience 10: Time to Go

12 Nov
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Time to Go? In earlier chapters of the Career Resilience Series we have looked at ways for reviewing and building our career path and resilience. In the remaining set of articles we will explore critical considerations once you’ve decided that it really is time to go. We’ll look at these considerations in three articles, covering …

Career Resilience 9: Should I quit?

11 Oct
Should I quit

Career Resilience 9: Should I quit? We’ve all had that feeling, like we can’t handle this anymore, and we begin to think of jumping ship. Perversely, that’s precisely the point NOT to jump anywhere. Remember the old adage ‘Act in haste, repent at leisure’. Instead, that’s the time we should step back and consider what’s …

Career Resilience 6: Get Value from Work

10 May
Should I quit

Career resilience 6: Get value from work Value, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. In previous articles we’ve looked at how careers can be linear or non-linear, how to give value to work and how to build value in our networks. In this article we will explore ways to extract value from …

Career Resilience 5: Network Value

01 May
Career Resilience: Colleagues Bottom Line

Career Resilience 5: Network Value Colleagues’ Bottom Line In this article we’ll look at the concepts developing of  career resilience  through adding networking value to our Colleagues Bottom Line. If colleagues see value in knowing us, they will support us  and build our career resilience without even knowing they’re doing it. Becoming invaluable in their working lives …