Posts Tagged ‘finance and accounting jobs’
There’s no way to go back to the way things were – so how are we moving forward?
Before #COVID19, the future of #work or “new world of work” referred to a different approach to getting work done, mostly due to the exponential acceleration of technology. Many organizations and thought leaders have been preaching the need to work differently for years, in order to capitalize on the opportunities afforded by these new #$technologies.…Read More
Protecting your job: Surviving the post-pandemic workplace
You may have had a job when the pandemic struck – and may still have one. But the future is uncertain. So this is a good time to think about how to increase your odds of staying employed when things return to some semblance of normality. At the start of the year, consultant Sharlyn Lauby…Read More
The coronavirus pandemic is the management crisis of our lifetime
Managers have certain moments when their skills are tested to the ultimate – the busy season, or during a takeover bid, or when a new challenger with a superior offering enters the marketplace. But in the past few weeks – and the weeks, if not months, to come – all managers, in every field, at…Read More
Feeling isolated and disconnected when returning to work after an extended period of time off?
You wake up and as you stare at your ceiling your mind automatically begins to flood with negative thoughts that remind you that you’ve have been off work for nearly three months. You’re not telling anyone, but inside you’re not sure if you’re feeling much better. However, you have agreed to try to return to…Read More
10 Ways To Use Quarantine Introspection For Career Reinvention
When #COVID hit, I braced myself for an onslaught of out-of-work jobseekers needing help landing jobs FAST. And make no mistake, with recent layoffs, this has been the case. Yet I’ve noticed another surprising phenomenon the COVID quarantine has had on professional women. I’ve had many successful corporate women reaching out to me quietly admitting…Read More
‘My fridge is empty,’ she said. But did I have time to help?
Rushing to the entrance doors of the grocery store downtown, the inside of my head is a blur of busyness. I am not even sure how behind schedule I am. Chastising myself, I wonder if I even have time for this one quick stop. “Excuse me, miss?” Miss? My grey streaks of hair fly through…Read More