At any age, at any stage in your career, you can start planning your professional journey while seeking out resources to support these plans. The first part of this “It’s Your Career” series will start looking at what you already have going for you and what you can do to capitalize on your strengths. It’s … More It’s Your Career: Part One
Seventy percent of employees reported that their most substantial contributor to stress was their job (Azagba & Sharaf, 2011). Fifty-one percent of employees indicate that job stress decreases productivity (Azagba & Sharaf, 2011). The Human Resources (HR) department can aid in stress relief without overhauling their policies and budgets. By focusing on one aspect of … More Mindful Talent Management
I went from high school to undergrad to graduate school. That’s 6 to 7 years of college or 6 to 7 years of career delay… At this point, I can kind of see why people just stay in school collecting degrees and deferring loans as long as possible. But loans have to be paid off … More What’s next?
The purpose of this blog post is to give general guidelines that I have found to be helpful for work productivity at home. These are tips that I have collected, implemented, and am still refining as I advance in my academic career; because after four years of college reflection and assessment is everything. Don’t deviate … More Some notes on Solace Sundays & Graduate School
Studying in graduate school means survival in graduate school! I’m over halfway through my first semester at Claremont Graduate University. I’ve taken midterms in Statistics, Research Methods, Evaluation, and Positive Psychology. I came to graduate school straight from undergrad. This is not necessarily an advantage. Learning how to study in graduate school is COMPLETELY different from … More Grad school & Studying