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Interviewing Do’s and Don’ts: A Hiring Manager’s Guide

Interviewing is a sensitive area of business—and it can be stressful for hiring managers as well as job seekers.  As an interviewer, it’s important to keep in mind that you must both provide information to the job seeker about the open position and also gather it.  A...

8 Tips for Building Assertive Communication Skills as a Woman

Effective communication is always a hot topic in the professional world.  Indeed, communication experts agree that the most productive and progressive way to communicate is through honest and transparent dialogue—which is the basis of assertive communication....

Understanding and Preventing Burnout on Your Team

As a leader, you may feel a certain level of dedication to your company that allows you to press on with projects and deadlines at a greater intensity as compared to junior associates or your direct reports.  While your level of commitment is admirable, you need to...

360 Assessments: How to Use Them Wisely

360 Assessments can be powerful, and that is the good news. The challenge is to appreciate the power and use them wisely: They can promote development—and are an essential tool in executive coaching.  They are an opportunity to collect and report comprehensive data....

Emails: 10 Essential Do’s and 10 Hazardous Don’ts

Depending on which study you read, U.S. employees spend 25-90% of their workday reading and writing emails. Your ability to do so, in a positive manner, reflects not only your competence, but also your knowledge, effectiveness, personality, assertiveness, writing...