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Why Learning is so Important to your Career

by Amy Steinberg · Published Nov 28, 2018 · Last updated Nov 28, 2018

No matter how successful we become, staying curious and continuing our learning can create an even more fulfilling career and life. With the exponential growth of technology, now more than ever, continued learning is vital to sustaining a successful career. Many of today’s professionals yearn for the opportunity to continue…

Thanksgiving: A Time for Gratitude

by Amy Steinberg · Published Nov 20, 2018 · Last updated Nov 20, 2018

When projects pile up and complex needs arise, it can be easy to lose sight of gratitude in one’s work. Thanksgiving is a particularly valuable time to re-evaluate one’s attitude when it comes to particular areas of work. There are a few reasons why gratitude can be an effective way…

5 Best Ways to Handle Change in the Workplace

by Amy Steinberg · Published Nov 12, 2018 · Last updated Nov 12, 2018

“Change can either challenge or threaten us. Our beliefs pave your way to success or block you.” — Marsha Sinetar Change is inevitable, ongoing, and occasionally all-consuming. And it’s true: depending on your attitude to change, it can either challenge you to reach new heights, or threaten you to the…

Networking Conversation Tips: 7 Ways to Start a Conversation

by Amy Steinberg · Published Oct 23, 2018 · Last updated Oct 23, 2018

November is a conference-heavy month, with many opportunities for networking. In order to effectively make new connections, however, you have to know how to get the conversation started. Try some of these eight conversation starters to begin the conversation at your next networking event. Starter #1: News Events Before heading…

Is Technology Killing Human Interaction?

by Amy Steinberg · Published Oct 16, 2018 · Last updated Oct 16, 2018

Technology has given every industry across the globe, many ways to save time, resources, and money. It has increased the range that organizations have to reach across the world in bigger, better ways. However, there are some aspects of technology that may need to be more closely examined. While the…

9 Soft Skills You Need for Your Career

by Amy Steinberg · Published Oct 9, 2018 · Last updated Oct 9, 2018

Most people are adept with their hard skills: talents and abilities that are usually verifiable by a certification or degree that we have worked to obtain and put in our professional repertoire. Hard skills are those that we have training in and specialize in such as data analysis, computing, or mathematics….

How AI Could Be Good For The Workplace

by Amy Steinberg · Published Oct 2, 2018 · Last updated Oct 2, 2018

As artificial intelligence becomes more and more integrated into our daily lives, everyone seems to have a theory about how it will affect our future. AI refers to the way a machine thinks or replicates the intelligence of a human being. Computers are gaining the ability to learn and solve…

What A Personal Brand Can Do For Your Career

by Amy Steinberg · Published Sep 25, 2018 · Last updated Sep 25, 2018

In the days before the internet, personal branding was unheard of. We would work tirelessly to formulate the perfect resume and that would be our most important tool for making a statement about who we are, what we are about, and what our credentials and qualifications are. Branding was considered…

7 Steps to Help you Run More Productive Meetings

by Amy Steinberg · Published Sep 18, 2018 · Last updated Sep 18, 2018

“…Meetings have increased in length and frequency over the past 50 years, to the point where executives spend an average of nearly 23 hours a week in them, up from less than 10 hours in the 1960s. And that doesn’t even include all the impromptu gatherings that don’t make it…

Creating A Career Path: The Importance of Goal-Setting

by Amy Steinberg · Published Sep 11, 2018 · Last updated Sep 11, 2018

Many professionals who love their careers will stay where they are in their journey. These folks have found their ideal place in their desired industries and are among the 30 percent of Americans who are fulfilled and engaged in their work. But how did they get there? Chances are, they were clear about what…