Monthly Archives: February 2009

Feb 23

Inventory your job skills now

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Answer me this right now: what two job skills are you missing to get the next job you want? Can you answer that question right now? If you can – great, you are thinking ahead about your next position, tough times or not. If you can’t answer that question, it is time to get an […]

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Feb 18

How to run a meeting…

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

From a Cube Rules reader, a true story: Have your manager send meeting invite indicating agenda will follow Manager revises meeting location ten minutes before scheduled time — does not send agenda Manager is ten minutes late to meeting Manager still doesn’t have an agenda Have your teammates be even later to the meeting than […]

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Feb 17

Deep thought Tuesday, February 17, 2009

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

“It is easy to dodge our responsibilities, but we cannot dodge the consequences of dodging our responsibilities.” E. C. McKenzie Photo Credit: Dodgeball by Andy Clymer Related posts: 30 Career Management tips — Give Credit to Others Performance Reviews — What about extra credit? The loan deal of the day Parking Your Personal Brand in […]

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Feb 09

Book Review: Making It All Work

By Scot Herrick | Book Reviews

Those who consistently read this site know that I am a big fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done method of organizing all of your work. “Work” in this instance means all of your work in your life, not just your employer’s work. I started practicing this method when I read David’s first book, Getting […]

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