Monthly Archives: June 2015

5 Ways to Be Layoff Proof

By: Joe Turner While on the job, do you feel the hot breath of an economic downturn blowing down your neck? With all the turmoil in the economy, it’s easy to get fixated on doom and gloom, but you don’t … Continue reading

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5 Tips for a Happier Workplace

By: Reem Saeed Have you ever been over stressed at work, wishing for weekend to come earlier? Have you ever felt extremely bored of each minute you spend at your office? Well, I can bet we all passed through these … Continue reading

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5 Things Successful Leaders Do in a Crisis

By: Murray Newlands Running your own business can be difficult, and sooner or later it’s going to test you. Here are the traits you’ll need to remain a successful leader during those challenging times. A lot of people believe that … Continue reading

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5 Big Networking Mistakes

By: Nisa Chitakasem Networking has been quite a ‘hot’ topic recently and seems to be the ‘thing to do’.  Everyone is doing it ! So many people come to Position Ignition to get help with their networking skills.  It’s such … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Get a Raise from a Tight-Fisted Boss

By: Anonymous Even in the best of time canny bosses aren’t generally known to throw money away just to be nice. And, of course, these aren’t the best of times, so it is even more difficult to get a raise … Continue reading

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4 Blunders That Can Damage Your Executive Presence

By: Harrison Monarth In my work coaching Fortune 500 leaders, I’ve seen a fair share of perfectly smart and capable professionals who are at risk of derailing otherwise promising careers. It’s usually for a lack of mastering core communications skills that denote executive presence, … Continue reading

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What You Should Do During the First 90 Days of a New Job

By: Marry Barra, GM CEO The typical American worker now holds more than a dozen different jobs over the course of their career. Most Millennials expect to hold even more — as many as 15 or 20, according to a … Continue reading

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