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Taking Time to Think and How to Handle Burn Out [PODCAST]

19 April, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
      We begin today with an important leadership concept that I believe should become a valuable part of every leader’s weekly routine. David Leonhardt, a Pulitzer prize winning op ed or opinion columnist for the New York Times in their Washington bureau, wrote an interesting column on Tuesday about the importance of taking […] Read more»

Pam’s Story: The Value of Career Foresight

18 April, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
When the end came, Pam was not surprised, she was prepared. As the Vice President of Finance of a manufacturing company, she had been recording its slide for the past five years, ever since the organization’s long-term CEO retired and was replaced by an executive with an impressive academic pedigree and a stint with one […] Read more»

Strategic Networking: What It Is and Why It’s Necessary

13 April, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania —Why do you want to work harder to find your next job? Do you enjoy the fact that your search could take longer than you can financially stand and, because money is involved, generate more debilitating stress than is necessary? Are you willing to undergo the downstream pain of a career that is […] Read more»