I have the pleasure of being the spokesperson for one of our long time clients, The Career Exposure Network. This role is a blast and I am so grateful to have the confidence of this client to talk about them and the career landscape with publications ranging from the New York Times, to the Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily and even Glamour.
One of the many reasons that this role is so fun is that I have lived on both sides of the fence – as a employee and an employer. And what most employees want to know is how to be more successful in the workplace.
I have a belief – and have held this for quite a long time – that employees come to work every day to do the best job they can. That is, until something goes haywire.
What gets in the way of most employees doing their best is them. The problem is that most employees lose their ability to speak up if something is out of whack. Unfortunately, most bosses, don’t notice that there is an issue until it becomes a huge problem.
So employees – speak up. Your boss needs to hear what you think.
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