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  Strategies for Effective Meetings & Collaborative Projects
by Beth Wellesley - Mar, 2010
Do you wonder how to get people in meetings to discuss what matters or how to make the most of the time you have together? We are consistently asked to shed some light on this topic and wanted to provide sound counsel about how to set the table for effective exchange while insuring focused, competent dialogue. Assigning Roles We recommend assigning the following roles and their corresponding responsibilities: 1) Agenda...
 
  Giving, Gaining & Growing Respect
by Beth Wellesley - Feb, 2010
It seems workplace related stress and frustration has been intense over the past 12-18 months and people want to know how they can make things better for themselves and others. When I ask my clients what they want to experience more of in 2010 one resounding theme is clear: respectful, effective interactions with peers, managers, leaders as well as customers and clients. The key to giving and gaining respect is to set the t...
 
  Networking Is A Form of Career Insurance
by Beth Wellesley - Feb, 2010
We will be presenting recommendations for building and improving career insurance to reach your career goals for the short and long-term. People who are not naturally drawn to professional networking often tell me they don't realize how important it is until they lose a job. In light of the social networking buzz this topic is in the process of evolving and changing as well. Tools like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter are gre...
 
  Leadership Strategies For Virtual Work Environments
by Beth Wellesley - Nov, 2009
According to the International Data Corporation, the mobile workforce in the United States, which has been the largest percentage of mobile workers in the world, is set to become 73% of the nation’s workforce by 2011. New strategies for managing a virtual workforce are required for leaders, which begins by embracing these competencies for their own development. Promoting Brilliance, Inc. recommends developing a new vision o...
 
  Career & Life Blending Tips
by Beth Wellesley - Oct, 2009
Daily Bright Spots & Other Useful Tips Observing Daily Bright Spots People who have worked with Promoting Brilliance, Inc. know that we advocate for observing your Daily Bright Spots. This practice makes you aware of the many ways your day is going well and all of the good people and experiences you are creating, manifesting, and allowing into your work and personal life. Take note daily for 2-3 weeks and you will experi...
 
  Effective Use of Email Correspondence
by Beth Wellesley - Oct, 2009
Working with fewer resources this year has created more pressure and stress for many professionals, and some of the signs of this stress are leaking into our daily communications. These recommendations may serve as reminder or be news to you, whatever the case remember you are in charge of how you communicate using the varied tools we have at our disposal. Use them wisely to develop productive, respectful working relationships...
 
  Career & Life Blending: Give Me Boundaries Or Give Me MySpace
by Beth Wellesley - Oct, 2006
Are your children using technology for pseudo relationships while you’re at work? Have you ever lost time at work to sort out a problem with your child who is using technology in ways that do not fit your family’s values? Or is the disrespectful use of technology causing issues inside your school? Recently I’ve learned more about a site called MySpace that receives a lot of connectivity time from children ages ten and up to...
 
  10 Ways You Can Reduce Stress In Your Work Life
by Beth Wellesley - Sep, 2006
Set your intentions each day for what you want to create and experience at work. Notice when you are most productive or focused during the course of a workday. Incorporate those times into your planning for important or challenging projects. When you worry or you lose focus take a minute to write down what’s on your mind. End your writing by listing ways you can approach your concerns differently. Forgive someone y...
 
  Collaboration Myth #9: Collaboration Creates More Work For Individuals.
by Beth Wellesley - Sep, 2006
Collaboration = Consensus + Compromise. This formulaic misunderstanding of collaboration gives rise to the perception that a great deal of time and energy is needed to achieve meaningful goals via collaboration. Many people believe collaboration takes time away from necessary work and requires more time to deal with disagreements. At face value, it appears that engaging in a task as an individual or even as a directed team is...
 
  Career Brilliance Spotlight: The Top 4 Limiting Beliefs That Impact Career Decisions
by Beth Wellesley - Jun, 2006
My boss or team is holding me back from my career success. A common drama-making script that people often write around their work life is one that focuses on someone else keeping them from what they really want. When we believe this we are putting ourselves in the role of a victim. What is the antidote? Remind yourself that you are not a victim. You are capable. There are many ways to change how you interact with othe...
 
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