Issue 67 | October 2, 2015


CAREER TRENDS HAPPY HOUR

"If the world is cold, make it your business to build fires."
- Horace Traubel, 20th Century American Essayist


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RESOURCES, DATA & IMPORTANT LINKS

  • Leadership Challenges: 4 Signs Your Team is Working in Silos and How to Destroy Them
  • Leader Performance: Helping New Supervisors and Managers Achieve “Flow”
  • Leadership Trends: Women in the Workplace
  • Leadership Skills: Delegation: The Secret to Letting Go
  • Market Trends: The 3 Major Trends that Shaped the Global Economy for Decades are About to Change
  • Advancement: Why You Feel Like a Fraud and How to Overcome It

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR COLLEAGUES

  • Colleague Gives Keynote Presentation
  • Colleague Earns Prestigious Credential

UPCOMING TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Advanced Course: Learning & Results
  • Certified Career Transition Coach (CCTC) Program
  • Certified Brain-Based Success Coach (CBBSC) Program
  • Certified MBA Career Coach Program
  • Career Coaching for Government Employees
  • Certified Job Search Strategist (CJSS) Program
  • Yellow Brick Path Certified Career Management Coach
  • The Workplace Excellence Series Certification Event
  • Increasing Employment Outcomes with Tough Clients

RESOURCES, DATA & IMPORTANT LINKS

Leadership: 4 Signs Your Team is Working in Silos and How to Destroy Them (Entrepreneur)
Silos can undermine effectiveness for your clients. This article share tips on how they can identify the silos and resources for eliminating them, along with great advice for any leader.

Leader Performance: Helping New Supervisors and Managers Achieve “Flow” (Eric Douglas on LinkedIn)
While there are many ways for your client to say “Thank you” after an interview, this article provides a few nuggets and new ideas, including a sample, for freshening up your clients’ approach.

Leadership Trends: Women in the Workplace (LinkedIn SlideShare)
This comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America shares insights from 118 companies and nearly 30,000 employees, including a roadmap to gender equality.

Leadership Skills: Delegation: The Secret to Letting Go (Powers Resource Center)
Perhaps one of the hardest skills for new leaders to learn, delegation is key for producing results and developing employee skills as a leader. This article shares 8 quick tips to delegating effectively.

Market Trends: The 3 Major Trends that Shaped the Global Economy for Decades are About to Change (BloombergBusiness)
While not necessarily the most positive of topics at times, careers industry professionals and leaders will get a quick update on the projections for the global economy, including labor supply, wages, and more.

Advancement: Why You Feel Like a Fraud and How to Overcome It (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)
If you or a client are experiencing a bout of “imposter syndrome,” this article shares great tips for you (and the other 70% of people who have felt it at some point). Read more to learn what it is and how to overcome it.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR COLLEAGUES

Please email your kudos to me (marie@careerthoughtleaders.com) so that I can share them with everyone!

COLLEAGUE GIVES KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Congratulations to Elisabeth Sanders-Park who keynoted the Virginia Workforce Professionals Academy. Her address, titled "No One is Unemployable," inspired nearly 500 employment and career practitioners to cultivate a mindset that is relentlessly hopeful, innovative, and practical.

COLLEAGUE EARNS PRESTIGIOUS CREDENTIAL

Congratulations to Georgia Adamson who renewed her Credentialed Career Manager distinction, demonstrating her leadership, expertise, and dedication to continued learning in the careers industry. Thank you for your generosity in sharing with colleagues and job seekers, Georgia!

For more information about CTL & RWA credentials:

Academy Certified Resume Writer(ACRW)
Master Resume Writer(MRW)
Credentialed Career Manager(CCM)

CTL Associates receive special discounts on programs like these. To read about all of the benefits and opportunities of becoming a CTL Associate ($399 lifetime fee), click here!

UPCOMING TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Visit the 2015 Calendar of Events for all CTL and RWA events this year. Here's what's coming up:

October 13, 2015: Advanced Coaching Course: Learning & Results (Tuesdays 2–3:30pm ET)
For experienced coaches: Develop your confidence and competence in this program designed for the coach who needs to stretch and grow clients in the action and accountability phases of coaching sessions. 6 weeks beginning October 13th. Read more here.

October 15, 2015: Certified Career Transition Coach (CCTC) Program (Thursdays 12–1:30pm ET)
For those who work with adults making challenging career transitions. This program will provide tools for guiding a client through career change when traditional assessments leave a large gap between ideal and real. Get the tools you need to help clients determine a path that capitalizes on their existing experience. 6 weeks beginning October 15. Register today.

October 20, 2015: Certified Brain-Based Success Coach (CBBSC) Program (Tuesdays 11-12:30pm ET)
For those whose client's are stuck, stalled or unhappy with their progress: It may all be in their brains! Learn how to work with clients to build new neuropathways toward work/life success in this ground-breaking program. 15 weeks beginning October 20. Read more here.

October 23, 2015: Certified MBA Career Coach Program (Fridays 10-12:00pm ET)
For those who support MBA professionals: Learn how to support those who need to prioritize their career goals in the midst of challenging academic schedules. You'll understand how to move them from confusion to clarity, confidence and commitment. 12 weeks beginning October 23. Read more here.

October 27, 2015: Career Coaching for Government Employees (12–1:00pm ET)
If you work for a government entity, your career development needs differ from those in the private sector. Join us for a special members-only, Ask-a-Coach webcast with career coach Michelle Carroll. Michelle will answer common questions that she hears from government employees, as well as queries posed by you during this interactive webcast. Click here to learn more!

October 27, 2015: Certified Job Search Strategist (CJSS) Program (Tuesdays 4-6:00pm ET)
For those who want to support clients in an effective, targeted job search: You'll walk away with 40 steps to a savvy job search, as well as keywords for resumes and interviews that hiring managers are looking for. 12 weeks beginning October 27. Read more here.

November 5–7, 2015: Yellow Brick Path Certified Career Management Coach (Dallas, TX)
Based on the growing importance of career issues in today’s professional coaching engagement, Coach Academy International has partnered with Yellow Brick Path Career Management Coaching & Consulting to create a cutting edge, power-packed training program for practicing coaches, HR professionals, and career specialists such as outplacement counselors, college advisors, recruiters, and resume writers. For more information, contact Paula Asinof CCM, MCD, MBA (Wharton) at pasinof@asinof.com or (214) 526-8690 or Mina Brown PCC, BCC, MBA (Vanderbilt) at minabrown@coachacademyinterational.comor (972) 733-9963.

November 7 & 8, 2015: The Workplace Excellence Series Certification Event (Chicago, IL)
The Workplace Excellence Series is designed to help job seekers and incumbent workers develop and deliver the not-so-soft skills employers demand today. Use it within your organization to shorten job search time, improve employee performance, and help individuals increase their career and company's success. Grow your bottom line by generating income as you offer job seeker and incumbent worker training. Click here to learn more!

November 30, 2015: Increasing Employment Outcomes with Tough Clients (2-3:15pm ET)
This 6-session virtual program facilitated by thought leader and author Elisabeth Sanders-Park offers a 6-stepframework, fresh perspective, and practical approaches to increase the immediate and long-term outcomes for clients with barriers. Read more here.

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