Sep 28, 2016

How To Love Your Career?

Do you love your career? Its okay to say "Yes." If you do or know someone who does, then you need to make a "change." According to Jenny Blake, former career coach at Google and author of Pivot makes the case that anyone who is unhappy at work needs to try something new in order to find the role they love. These "changes" can be as big as changing your career path or as small as volunteering for the next project in your current role. By having these experiences, you are beginning the process to finding the love back for your career.

If you do not know how to start this process, follow the simple plan below:
1. Find out your natural strengthens and weaknesses
2. Discover what drives you or what gives you energy
3. Review your findings and start exploring projects, tasks, ideas, etc... around your natural strengthens and energy boosters.
4. Focus your future around those projects or task and you will begin to love your career again.

This simple plan will change your world and make a difference in everyone you meet.

By Resources Unlimited

Sep 2, 2016

7 Ways to Identify Leaders Among Your Employees

Almost every business and organization is looking for ways to find their next great leaders to carry on the business or organizations vision. This task seems impossible to many business owners, leadership teams, and upper management teams, especially when dealing with "millennials." However, you can be the success rate of finding the right person if you can break down what your wanting in your next great leaders. Andrew Cravenho has provided the following 7 Ways To Identify Leaders Among Your Employees

1. Focus on High Potential-Not
2. Note Level of Engagement
3. Catalyst or Watcher?
4. Are They Accountable?
5. Observe Multitasking Abilities
6. Evidence of Empathy and Emotional Intelligence
7. Remarkable Communication Skills

This is a great starting point for any business leader in developing his or her plan to identify and invest in the young potential leaders of the company or organization. We recommend that you begin to build a training program that will give your potential leaders the tools they need in order to become that leader in your vision. What's your plan for the future leaders of your company? We would love to help you with it.

By Resources Unlimited