In the Office

How Exhibiting Warmth and Strength Could Get You a Promotion

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Research on successful leadership has shown that the combination of warmth (caring for others) and strength (being competent at your job) can be powerful. These skills answer two critical questions: What are this person’s intentions toward me?” and “Is he or she capable of acting on those intentions?” You may already be known for either […]

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Burnout and Balance

3 Unexpected Signs of Burnout

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Sometimes, even with a job that we truly love, feelings of stress and burnout can creep into our day-to-day. While you may be surprised to see signs of fatigue while working in a role in which you feel professionally fulfilled, burnout can happen to anyone. The good news is that the sooner you are able […]

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Professional Development

How a Passive Job Hunt Can Help You Gauge Job Satisfaction

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A sense of fulfillment can be so integral to your overall happiness that we recommend routinely gauging your job satisfaction on a regular basis. One way to do this is through passive job hunting, which means that even if you’re not actively looking or applying, you’re open to learning about opportunities.

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Career Change

From Private to Nonprofit | Inside the Culture Shift, Part 2

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This article, the second in a series on sector-switching, covers strategies you can use to set priorities and balance competing demands in your new nonprofit position. Here’s why and how priority-setting might look a bit different at nonprofits.

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