Category Archives: Personal Professionality

Everyone’s Unique. If You Want Results, Treat Them That Way

Liz Kislik — September 12, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — September 12, 2019 “How do you actually work with the people you coach?” asked a senior human resources officer and prospective client. I explained a variety of scenarios based on my current roster of clients. “Everyone is different,” I answered. “People need personally tailored support to … Continue reading Everyone’s Unique. If You Want Results, Treat Them That Way

What Nature Teaches Us About Perfect Imperfection

Dr. Kathleen Allen — August 14, 2019 Follow @LeadingRoots — August 14, 2019 Perfection really isn’t perfect anymore I used to consider perfection the pinnacle of professional competency. It was not only desirable but I believed it to be achievable as well. In all the years I spent chasing perfection I never stopped to question … Continue reading What Nature Teaches Us About Perfect Imperfection

How to Promote Yourself Without Being Too Cheesy

Deb Dey — July 9, 2018 Follow @debdulaldey— July 9, 2018 In every creative professional’s career, there comes a point when they need some form of self-promotional material. This could be a personal logo, a business card or a Web site. Almost every designer, illustrator and copywriter I’ve spoken with describes “self-design” as a struggle, … Continue reading How to Promote Yourself Without Being Too Cheesy