All of us, including top leaders, find ourselves in a job search at some point.  And, if you’re in a leadership position, it takes that much longer because there just aren’t as many jobs available at the top. 

Your LinkedIn Profile is a way to get your “resume” in front of your superiors and peers, so that they can see what you’re capable of, and what experience you have.

Do you need to tone down your voice tone, word choice, gestures, and emotions to ensure you don’t “sit on” ideas, people, and decisions?

Part of being an effective leader is managing meetings well to ensure your team’s time is used wisely and that meetings have a positive effect on the bottom line.

Take a proactive role in understanding what is expected of you by your new boss, who will likely have different expectations, views, and priorities than your previous boss.

AB 168, Salary History Inquiries, is a relatively new California State Law that you should know about if you are applying for a new job or if you are hiring.

The Executives I work with often struggle with taking the time to do the Strategic Thinking they need to do. I usually suggest that they calendar the time on a regular basis so they make sure it happens.

Writing a well-branded executive bio can feel intimidating. Utilize these tips to simplify the process and secure that new job you’ve been dreaming of.

Don’t let disruptive behaviors negatively impact the productivity of your organization or department. Instead, utilize the 5 Power Steps to Facilitating Bad Meeting Behaviors.

We all respond to stress and anxiety differently so, there’s no “one size fits all” solution to managing stress. But if you feel like the stress in your life is out of control, here are some things that might help.