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How To Create A Career Advantage Part 2

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This episode is the second of a 2-part series of 7 Guiding Principles to achieve a Career Advantage.

What makes having a career advantage so important to today’s high achiever? Well, why not hear firsthand from a participant in my 7 Guiding Principles to achieve a Career Advantage eCourse.

Janeen, a young professional working in a large biopharma company, said

"I enjoyed the modules and prompts. They allowed me to think about my career and goals in a way that I didn't before. I feel as if I will leave this course being more intentional in my goals and pursuits in both my career and in life."


Her use of the word ‘intentional’ really stood out for me as that is exactly what inspired my motivation for creating this eCourse. Just like in life, unexpected factors impact us professionally so be intentional about who...

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Friend or Enemy? Relationships at Work

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Psst.. Hey there! 

I have a secret! I have discovered how to love my job!! 

Want to know how I did it? I have a best friend at work! Yes, Yes I do.

Now, my big secret really isn’t so much a secret as Gallup let the cat-out-of-the-bag years ago when they shared their findings that those who have a best friend at work are seven times as likely to be engaged in their jobs, are better at engaging customers, produce high-quality work and have a greater sense of well-being… Come on - - be honest with yourself…. don’t you want some of that?

So as you think about relationships at work, what role do you play in contributing to the success or lack of success in relationships? Think about it - - is there someone at work who will refer to you as their best friend? Or possibly the worst...

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The Confidence Balance

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Displaying confidence seems to be an unwritten rule for getting ahead within large organizations. Those we see as displaying a outgoing personality, head held high, and they know how to say all the right things at the right time. But, is this true? 

I believe that high-achieving professionals can achieve their executive ambitions by appropriately building and applying their confidence. 

Consider two perspectives: first from Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor of business psychology at the University College London, and author of the book Confidence, and second from my experience coaching high achieving professionals. 

Professor Tomas describes two extremes of self-evaluation. On one end is overconfidence. On the other end is humility, and possibly even insecurity.

What I found particularly interesting in the book is the...

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