When you think about the concept of wealth or capital, what immediately comes to mind is money...an abundance of money. However, social scientist Tara Yosso believes all forms of capital can be used to empower individuals, particularly from a cultural point of view.
While her research focused on how students of color can capture and fully express their talents, strengths and experiences in their college environment, the concept of cultural wealth has application in career...
It's TV Tuesday and I'm back on the set of AM Northwest sharing about the signs you may be experiencing that are telling you it's time to make a job move.
Recently on the blog I also shared how to tell if you're just in a rut or if it's time for change, so check that too!
Watch the video below:
Which of these 8 Signs are you experiencing?
Recently I sent an email out to my tribe asking them to answer two questions: (1) "Do you love your job?" and (2) "Are you struggling getting up and going to work?"
Initially, I received several "I love my job" responses, which is always a great thing to hear. Then the "I can't wait to get out of this job" responses started rolling in.
However, it was the "Some days it's great but most days it sucks" responses that actually caught my attention.
You see, I don't believe...
Here we are.
Eight days away from not only a new year, but a new decade!
Can you believe it? It's both surreal and exciting to be on the precipice of 2020.
However, while I'm excited to see what the future holds, as I always tell my clients, it's important to take a moment to reflect on your past to glean the lessons learned that can be applied for your future.
So as I reviewed the significant events of my life and business over the last 10 years, five critical lessons...
As we look toward the new year in a couple weeks, it's a great time to evaluate your goals and what you really want. It's also the perfect time to look at what's not working and how to make the necessary adjustments for greater success.
Over the last 20 years coaching and training professionals around the world, I’ve watched women build careers they thought would make them happy, only to wake up one day to realize they're anything but happy and confused on how they go there....
Prior to launching my own practice as a career strategist for high-achieving successful professional women at midlife, I spent 11 years practicing as a labor and employment lawyer and as a litigator, handling employment discrimination cases. My experience taught me that even though employers and applicants generally have a similar goal in mind when it comes to the hiring process: find the best fit for the job, there are sometimes barriers that hinder this process.