Author: Beth Kuhel

Beth Kuhel, M.B.A., C.E.I.P., Executive Leadership and Career transition coach, writes about leadership strategies, career advancement and improving the workplace for Forbes, Huffington Post, Personal Branding blog and has been featured in Business Insider, Entrepreneur magazine, Tiny Pulse, U.S. News & World Report. Beth’s weekly career CJN career column was sponsored by Weatherhead School of Management.
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One Trait That Gets Them Noticed for Leadership Roles

Belinda Parmar, CEO of the consultancy Lady Geek and author of “The Empathy Era” and “Little Miss Geek,” says, “Enlightened companies are increasingly aware that delivering empathy for their customers, employees, and the public is a powerful tool for improving profits, but attempts to implement empathy programs are frequently hamstrung by the common misconception of …

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Why Do Certain People Achieve Success When Others Don’t?

Why do certain people achieve success when others don’t?

 Simon Sinek’s book, “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Action,” may have some answers. Sinek asserts that great leaders tap into people’s psyches to attract them into becoming followers.

Applied to the corporate level, Sinek offers the “inside out” theory, a compelling explanation for why …

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12 Resume Tips to Snag Your Dream Job

“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”– George Bernhard Shaw, author

Employers look for someone who offers the “whole package” when hiring. An applicant who has the skills, expertise, and experiences to meet the complex challenges their company faces. “Soft skills” such as integrity, accountability, common sense, motivation, energy, enthusiasm for the …