Nail the daunting Performance Review

1.    Know if there is a skew or ranking. Those are dirty words, but let’s face it, not everyone can be given the highest rating or review. This is especially true if the results are tied to ‘salary, promotions, and/or equity’....

Start With Some Experience!

Choosing a career path is a big decision. Our Career Match service brings self-awareness of the students gifts, talents and strengths, while providing a clear path to the job roles which best fit them.  We often pair the student with professionals to give them...

Know Thyself

What I wish my younger self knew (Part 1) Dear Younger me, KNOW THYSELF Know what you’re good at. I mean really good at. And please don’t say “I don’t know” or worse “everything”. If you need help in this area, there are so many great assessments and discovery tools...

Things to consider before you interview.

Glassdoor just announced the Employees’ Choice list of the 100 best places to work.  Here’s the link to the list. https://www.glassdoor.com/Award/Best-Places-to-Work-LST_KQ0,19.htm This gives great insight into what employees define as a best place to work. ...

Growth and Comfort don’t co-exist

If you hadn’t known better, we looked like a choir getting ready to break out in song. Fifty of us stood together nervously waiting for our CEO to join us to take a picture. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a beautiful tall blond woman running towards us. As she ran...

Meeting in the Middle

Turn on any news channel, read any article, everything seems to be explosive and polarizing. No one seems to be listening to the other side, or meeting in the middle. Key word ‘listening’, and then shifting. I was blessed to have a dad who was a moderate, a middle...