“When I think about fulfillment and success, it has nothing to do with my title or my salary,” a coaching client of mine said. "It’s...
Kathryn Crawford Saxer
Kathryn Crawford Saxer coaches mid- to senior-level professionals on career management and development. Connect with her online at kathrynsaxer.com.
Owning up to our mistakes at work — and anywhere — is the right thing to do. Here's how.
An otherwise nice guy cuts off his manager with his aggressive opinions.
Set your boundaries early and often when starting a new job.
Rather than reacting to a perceived insult or slight — and getting all bent out of shape — focus on what you want instead.
Be prepared to ask for what you want in a networking meeting. Otherwise you're wasting your time.
How to combat that panicky feeling that you aren't qualified.
This three-step framework for saying no protects your interests — and the relationship.
You can find purpose and meaning in unlikely spots.
"If I’m warm and funny, then I’m giggling and lack seriousness, but if I’m serious, then I’m stern and cold. What do I do here?”...