Posts for Category: Career Blog

Tim Toterhi, CHRO

(Toe-Ter-Rye)

Tim has over 20 years of management experience in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He’s been quoted in publications such as Fast Company, Forbes, Fox Business News, and the HuffPost as well as profiled in the book, Magnificent Leadership.

The Power of Delegation

A Leading Indicator of Managerial Success        As an independent contributor, success stems from one’s efforts. Sometimes, you differentiate yourself from those in the same role by producing more at a faster pace. Other times, the quality and complexity of work are...

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How to Work for a Younger Boss

Millennials and Zillennials continue to infiltrate the workforce and navigate the corporate ladder just as Baby Boomers and some Gen-Xers begin to reevaluate the importance of a career in the work/life balance equation.  As priorities shift, younger professionals...

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Is It Time to Quit Your Job?

Over the past 20 years as a CHRO and executive coach, I’ve noticed that the most successful people actively manage their careers. This goes beyond showcasing high performance and then actively lobbying for promotions and high-visibility projects.  True “A-players”...

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How To Reset After a Win

Success…even impending success can sometimes cloud focus. When your hustle starts to pay off and the plates seem to spin automatically, the “what’s next?” question can flood your senses with opportunities, distractions, and imaginary issues. If you find yourself...

Luck’s Role in Career Success

There are two types of luck. The kind you make and the kind that occasionally drops into your life. The latter can happen. You might snag a job at a scrappy start-up destined to become the next billion-dollar unicorn. Maybe you’ll ride the coattails of the generous,...

How to Stay Productive During the Holidays

As another year comes to a close, we look forward to some well-deserved rest and time off to celebrate with family and friends. Of course real-world obligations don’t disappear because the calendar is dotted with holidays. Bills arrive along with Christmas cards and...

How to Say No at Work

Being customer focused is a strength, but strengths can be overused. Sometimes in our quest to be of service we forget that saying Yes can actually be a disservice. If you feel you’re undervalued or being taken advantage of an endless stream of requests, try these...

How to Ace a Second Interview

While first interviews are often used to validate the experiences and skills listed on a resume, the second round is all about a deeper dive. Specifically, hiring managers want to learn more about “how you do what you do”.  If you want to ace the second round, be sure...

Back-up Career Plans

In 1970 American folk musician, Stephen Stills advised listeners to “Love the one you’re with”.  The zen-like concept centered around being present and appreciative of what you have instead of lamenting what you’ve lost. The sentiment was well received and rocketed...

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