An easy-to-remember word can guide you as you navigate your day-to-day work and life.
Kathryn Crawford Saxer
Kathryn Crawford Saxer coaches mid- to senior-level professionals on career management and development. Connect with her online at kathrynsaxer.com.
Making the first offer in a salary negotiation could be the right move, even if you don’t want to.
Why actively positioning yourself as your manager’s ally, rather than reacting as an adversary, is good for your career.
Take a breath — better yet, a couple of days — before responding to critical feedback. You might learn something.
Don’t microwave your leftover fish for lunch, and other unwritten rules for workplace harmony.
Thinking about your goals — even when you’re not interviewing — can be a poignant, profound process.
Growing your confidence doesn’t just happen. Confidence requires care and feeding.
Don’t let anyone tell you that your work title doesn’t matter. It can help you be more effective in your current role — and land...
When you’re at loggerheads, strategic little moves can make a big difference.
As you develop your career, make sure the commute is part of the plan. Your health and happiness may depend on it.