Jeannette Eaton 8 posts
For nearly two decades, Jeannette has been working for nonprofits and helping people identify their strengths. She has experience as an advocate for women and girls in crisis, a volunteer coordinator for adult literacy, and a family literacy instructor.

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Back to the Workforce After a Career Break?

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If you’re looking to jump back into the job search after a career break, it’s likely that you are dealing with some jitters. You may have taken a break for a variety of reasons, or even a combination of a few. Perhaps you decided to start a family, had to address personal health concerns, or were […]

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5 Books for Finding Inspiration

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Here are five books to inspire you, whether you’re a job seeker or you’re just looking to dive deeper into your social-impact work in the new year. Each book offers actionable advice on how to be more engaged and creative in our work. A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas, […]

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Emotional Intelligence at Work | 5 Reasons Why it Matters

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Our lives are pretty of full these days. We move quickly, juggling competing demands from work and home, all the while wondering if we are managing well enough to do a good job. But with all of our lists and apps, we can often underestimate the importance of emotional intelligence in considering how we are […]

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Too Much on Your Plate at Work? Try This

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This time of year, our calendars are often full from morning to night. And through it all, we’re given lots of advice on how to avoid spreading ourselves too thin: Don’t volunteer to bake cookies for robotics, host your boss and her family for dinner, and agree to watch your neighbor’s kid every Saturday morning […]

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