Posts for Category: Career Blog

Tim Toterhi, CHRO

(Toe-Ter-Rye)

Tim has over 20 years of management experience in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He’s been quoted in publications such as Fast Company, Forbes, Fox Business News, and the HuffPost as well as profiled in the book, Magnificent Leadership.

Music at Work?

Do you prefer music or silence while working? I first tried the “music in office” experiment back in 1995. I remember because it lasted exactly two minutes and twelve seconds, the length of Del Amitri’s hit single, “Roll with Me.” The song came on and we all nodded...

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Graduate Degrees: Yes or No

In the post, Is an Advance Degree Worth It? I offered a three-step process for making the decision. These consisted of: Embracing the Informational Interview: to ascertain the value of a degree from those who hold it. Challenge the Job Description: to test whether the...

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How to Reduce Employee Stress

Seasoned leaders understand that stress can cause short-term productivity loss and, if left unaddressed, systemic efficiency and quality issues. It can also have a negative impact on both employee engagement and customer loyalty. To be effective, they must understand...

How to Give Notice

People quit jobs in even the tightest of markets. And while there are countless reasons for saying, “So long,” the catalyst for the decision often boils down to either a competitive pull or a company push. Whether you’re moving toward something positive or away from a...

5 Healthy Habits to Balance Your Life

Most wellness experts advise their clients to adopt a trio of healthy lifestyle actions, namely a balanced diet, consistent exercise, and plentiful sleep. While these actions will help get and keep you on the path to wellness, if you want to really change the results...

What You Are Most Proud Of?

This seems like a straight-forward interview questions, but there is more to it than meets the eye. This is an impact question designed to gain insight into your values and character. To answer it effectively you need to offer more than a standard success story...

Developing Your Personal Brand

In today’s competitive job market, it’s not enough to have the required skills, experiences, and education requested on the job description. To  stand out, you need to clearly demonstrate why you are the best (insert your profession here). This means identifying your...

What to Look For In a Mentor

A good mentor can change the trajectory of your career, shorten your learning curve, and point out pitfalls that would otherwise impede your professional progress. Given their firsthand experience and well-earned wisdom, they are invaluable at every stage of one’s...

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