Monthly Archives: September 2014

What is the source of your stress and who to seek out for advice on dealing with it

According to The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), 80% of workers feel stress on the job, with nearly half indicating that they need help in learning how to manage stress. For some, that management comes in the form of changing jobs. In fact 42% of employees change jobs due to stress. While […]

A New Spin on the "Fake It Until You Make It" Mindset?

Over the years I have had the privilege of coaching both men and women on how they can increase their personal presence and build an enduring brand. Needless to say, there has been a great deal of discussion surrounding job interviews and how to go about getting that promotion or landing that new position. What […]

How To Ace Your Next Job Interview

Over the many years that I have been an executive coach I have found it interesting that for the majority of my clients, the job interview is still one of the most challenging experiences to master. For some, it is like a student who after studying for an exam, suddenly goes blank when the test […]

When is the right time for a Brand Makeover?

The recent debate regarding Hershey’s new logo reminded me of the famous battle in the cola wars when Coke, in an attempt to gain precious market share, re-branded more than its look.  As those of you will readily recall, the change in the company’s secret formula brought a momentous backlash that, to this day, is […]