Tag Archives: management

Career Advice: How to Love Your Job

June 15, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

Do you put time, but no energy or passion into your job?  Sleepwalking through the day at work means you are daydreaming away two thirds of your life.  According to Gallup research, less than a third of employees are engaged in their jobs so you are not alone but that small comfort doesn’t make your […]

Gender Diversity in the 21st Century Workplace

April 4, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

What will diversity look like ten years from now, a quarter way through the 21st Century? Is gender diversity relevant as the lines between male and female, their attributes, behaviors and roles become more and more blurred? Are male and female brains different anyway and are we dealing with gender bias the right way when […]

Career Advice: There is no such thing as a safe job. 

January 23, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

Be ready for the next moment in your career. Find out why there is no safe job and how to act in the best interests of your own career development Restructuring changes are the cause of eBay’s current job cuts, which will affect 7 percent of their workforce.  Just because you work for a major […]

Careers: 18 people Americans Most Widely Admired in 20th Century

January 19, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

They are your heroes – they had amazing and fulfilling careers. Find out what they really did and some of their best quotes Martin Luther King championed Civil Rights for all races and fought for it but not through physical battle, through non-violent means.  He is one of Americans’ most widely admired people from the 20th century. […]

Millennials know it’s a good time to find a quality job.

January 18, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

Trust them or fire them but don’t spy on them! Millennials want a quality job so give them career development before someone else does According to Gallup and Healthways who have been tracking Americans’ life evaluations daily, experienced working age people, those from the 30 -64 age group, consider themselves as thriving and think that […]