The Porch discusses… Your career

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Today, The Porch includes a listing and links to the 39 posts published, thus far, that deal with career development.  Here you will find discussions on enhancing your own career, tips on dealing with workplace issues, and ways you can influence the work culture in which you best thrive.  You will also find items on teamwork and dealing with challenging bosses.  Hopefully, you will find items that can accelerate your career or, at least, enhance your work experience.

Have a great day!  Remember, this could still be your best day yet!

Becoming a “High Potential” employee (Becoming a “High Potential” Employee)
Six steps to guaranteed career fulfillment (Six Steps to Guaranteed Career Fulfillment)
Common courtesy in the workplace (Common Courtesy in the Workplace)
4 ways to guarantee failure (4 Ways to Guarantee Failure)
The grass just might be greener on the other side (The grass just might be greener on the other side of the fence)
How to ensure an amazing year-end performance review (How to ensure an amazing year-end performance review)
Tips for making excellent hiring decisions (Tips for making excellent hiring decisions)
Nothing cannot happen today (Nothing cannot happen today)
Who gets promoted… and why (Who gets promoted… and why)
What defines our “culture”? (What defines our “culture”?)
Four Principles of Workplace Stewardship (Four Principles of Workplace Stewardship)
The mystery of good communication (The mystery of good communication)
The best and worst of “culture” (The best and worst of “culture”)
A memo isn’t necessarily reality (A memo isn’t necessarily reality)
Baseball week at the Porch: Teamwork (Baseball Week at The Porch: Teamwork)
Baseball week at the Porch: The Basics (Baseball Week on The Porch: The Basics)
The third inning: The aggressive team is often the winning team (The Third Inning: The aggressive team is often the winning team)
The eighth inning: Rally time! (The Eighth Inning: Rally time!)
The ninth inning: “It ain’t over till it’s over” (The Ninth Inning: “It ain’t over till it’s over”)
Boldness – A career accelerator! (Boldness – A Career Accelerator!)
Weed control (Part 1): The importance of strategic thinking (Weed Control (Part 1): The importance of strategic thinking)
Weed control (Part 2): How will I know strategic thinking when I see it? (Weed Control (Part 2): How will I know strategic thinking when I see it?)
Weed control (Part 3): How can you become a strategic thinker? (Weed Control (Part 3): How can you become a strategic thinker?)
Networking “to do” list for today (Networking “To Do” List for Today)
Achieving the proper balance in management of people resources (Achieving the proper balance in management of people resources)
What problem are you trying to solve? (What problem are you trying to solve?)
Career accelerators: advice from those that have been there… and won! (Career accelerators: advice from those that have actually been there… and won!)
Dealing with ambiguity… more or less (Dealing with ambiguity… more or less)
Things that rob work of fun (Things that rob work of fun)
What if every employee was just like you? (What if every employee was just like you?)
Dealing with the incredible shrinking career pyramid (Dealing with the incredible shrinking career pyramid)
What would I do if my boss was a micro-manager (What would I do if my boss was a micro-manager?)
What would I do if I was feeling discouraged about work? (What would I do if I was feeling discouraged about work?)
What would I do if I received a disappointing year-end review? (What would I do if I received a disappointing year-end review?)
Writing your own next chapter (Writing your own next chapter)
How to tell your boss, “You’re wrong!” (How to tell your boss, “You’re wrong!”)
What it really means to give 100% (What it really means to give 100%)
Staying motivated even when you’ve already blown your goals for the year (Staying motivated even when you’ve already blown your goals for the year)
What successful executives would tell you about your own career journey (What successful executives would tell you about your own career journey )

 

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