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Yes, You Can Recover From Work Screwups

Once a year, an organization I work with holds a daylong retreat to focus on strategic planning and big-picture goals. I marked the date on my calendar: November 10 at 9am. But that morning, I pulled up to the CEO’s house to find an empty...

How Can I Develop Skills to Transition to a New Career?

I'm not currently happy where I work, but finding it hard to understand how to make the transition to a new field. I'm wondering if there's a way to develop multiple skills in my current job that can translate to another career? I work in...

4 Success Tips From Nanette Lepore

It seems like a task only a superhero can accomplish — raising a family and advancing at work at the same time. But, you shouldn't let the fear hold you back, said fashion designer Nanette Lepore during a Google+ Hangout with ShopStyle. Below are...

The Right Way to Ask for a Raise

Renise Alexander, a 26-year-old sales associate in Virginia, was convinced she deserved a pay bump after achieving her earnings quota for the year — several months ahead of schedule. But, to her dismay, the raise never arrived.  “Sales is a hard...

Are You Google-Proof?

Let’s face it: Branding is no longer the domain of businesses and organizations. Today, every individual has an online brand — whether proactively self-cultivated or not. This online brand (a.k.a. your digital footprint) is composed of everything...

It’s Time to Stop Apologizing

A few months after I gave birth to my second child, a senior (and childless) executive I admired pulled me aside at work. You’re doing a great job, she assured. “But,” she added, and looked me straight in the eye, "You've got to stop...

Finding Gratitude in Unexpected Places

How to turn career setbacks and disappointments into advantages.

Two Questions to Ask Before Your Next Career Move

I've been a stay-at-home mom for 10 years. Now that my children are getting a little older, I’ve found I can handle a job and a home. I've been on our school's executive board as a fundraising chair for two years. (The first year, we raised...

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