Over on my blog for child abuse survivors, we’ve had a stark reminder of just how many people see if you “like” something on social media. Obviously, the subject matter over there is pretty personal, and when you like the … Continued
“I quickly learned that work relationships are instrumental in helping you succeed. People respond well to those they know and those who treat them right.” As much as the introvert in me would rather just sit at my computer and … Continued
Cross-posted from my Child Abuse Survivor site, because the questions about social media and personal branding are relevant here as well. Honestly, I’m torn on this subject and not sure what the correct approach is. As someone who connects … Continued
I’ve often seen career advice about just updating your resume every quarter or so as you have new things you might want to include and the updated measurements. I think maybe it’s time we just set ourselves a quarterly reminder … Continued
It’s been in the news quite a bit lately, the shocking statistics that show us how common mental health issues are, and how workplace stress is part of that. That’s why I wanted to read this article and think about … Continued
Having been in an office, and remote, throughout my career, I don’t think location and proximity have anything to do with it. I’ve worked in the same building with people for years who didn’t even know who I was, and I’ve had great relationships with people I rarely ever see, and I’ve had the opposite, people I’ve worked with very closely in the same location who I have a good relationship with and people I’ve worked remotely with who didn’t get along. All of it comes down to communication.