ABA Banking Journal Gen Y women hold very different goals and values ABA Banking Journal Rezvani, author of The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead But Won't Learn in Business School and the new Pushback: How Smart Women Ask—And...
What is the number 1 item on everyone’s To Do list after starting a New Year? I’ll give you a clue – it’s not going on a fad diet. It’s asking for a raise. People tend to push this off year after year. Either they’re afraid to ask, think one
“I think I just blew it with my new boss,” moaned a former career-coaching client over the telephone. “I thought I’d given myself enough time to get to my new job but there was an accident on the freeway blocking traffic. I ended up 40 minutes late to my first day of work and missed the staff meeting where she was supposed to introduce me to the entire department. I could tell from the look on her face how disappointed she was. She probably thinks I’m completely unreliable."
There are many ways you can inadvertently damage your reputation in a new job. As my former client found out, showing up late on your first day of work is one of those ways. Here are six ways you can sabotage your reputation that you should avoid at all costs.
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