Lessons I Learned When I Didn’t Get Promoted

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Early in my career, I worked for a national healthcare company. I started at an entry level position and received three promotions very quickly. I was on the fast track and recognized for my great performance. Once I reached an AVP position, I reported directly to the SVP and had no opportunity for further advancement,… Read More.

Do You Have A Toxic Boss?

Do you dread going to work each day because your boss makes your life miserable? Well, you’re not alone. According to a 2015 Gallup survey, half of employees leave their jobs to get away from a bad manager and 41 percent of American workers say they’ve been “psychologically harassed” on the job. Working for a… Read More.

The Most Important Thing to Consider When Choosing A New Employer

Of course, you need to consider the position and title, responsibilities, and potential opportunity along with salary and benefits when evaluating a position with a new company. But according to a new survey by Deloitte released last week, the majority of respondents believe that finding an inclusive work environment is critical. The results of this… Read More.

Are you comfortable using your vacation time?

How comfortable are you taking vacation? Your answer to this question may reveal something about your work ethic. But most importantly, your response is more likely an indication of the culture of your organization. The reality is that in a high performance culture, employees consistently prioritize work over their personal commitments. Why? Because they understand… Read More.