Keys to Professional Success

Keys to Professional Success
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Professional success is all about how well you understand, connect with, and relate to other people. Those you report to, those who report to you, customers, and associates from many other disciplines work better and have greater appreciation for those who have studied, learned, and mastered the skills that lead to more efficient and effective communication and performance.

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers Center for Leadership and Development

1/2 Day Seminar Schedule

Evidence suggests that high emotional intelligence (EI) is a stronger predictor of success than intelligence and technical skills. This webinar will introduce you to emotional intelligence — the ability to understand your effect on others and manage yourself accordingly. You’ll learn how to harness emotions for improved problem solving, conflict resolution, motivation, and leadership results. Use your emotions to drive your overall professional success!
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  • Preparing Users for Digital Transformation

    No, we’re not thinking about turning people into cyborgs, but the concept of Digital Transformation is really not so much about technology as it is about how people use new and emerging technologies. As a professional technologist your clients gain more the more you guide them along the transformative path.

  • How Do 76% of Candidates Find Jobs

    It’s probably not what you’re thinking. Are you one of those people who dismiss LinkedIn as just “Facebook for your business life”? If so, you are selling this valuable tool, and yourself, short. Yes, LinkedIn works hard to be many things to many people, and now that they’re part of Microsoft we can expect much, much more, but a look at the fundamentals suggests how LinkedIn facilitates the way our working world works these days. Your LinkedIn profile serves as an expanded version of your resumé. Not only does it list your work history and educational experience, it also provides an opportunity for others to celebrate you.

  • Wake Up Excited About Your Job Search Every Day

    Which of these two sounds like it would work better: You send a piece of paper, or more likely a .pdf, to someone to tell them all about yourself and why they should hire you. A good friend you know and trust talks about you with someone who knows and trusts them about you and why they should hire you. Obviously, the second approach is much more personal and much more effective. How does anyone know if what they see on a document like a resumé is true? But if someone they know and trust tells them that you’re a talented and worthy individual, they are instantly confident that you’re worth meeting.