Having a good story helps boost your confidence — at both cocktail parties and job interviews.
Kathryn Crawford Saxer
coaches mid- to senior-level professionals on career management and development. Connect with her online at kathrynsaxer.com
Getting clear on your values around money can help as you make career decisions.
Too much thinking can stop you in your tracks as you work out a career transition.
Ask for what you want, armed with a solid business case to back you up — and practice!
Micromanagement may be a sign that your boss is starved for information. A weekly status email might be just the ticket.
Working in the city is so much better when we are kind to one another.
Instead of aiming for unachievable work-life balance, think about guilt management.
This simple, optimistic sentence helps you focus on how something could work, rather than why it won’t.
The ancient “memory palace” technique can help you answer difficult questions.
What’s so easy for you that you don’t even notice? Recognize and value that strength – it might not be so easy for everyone else.