It’s not your imagination. There are more incidents of violence across our country than ever before. It doesn’t matter where … Continue reading Are You Prepared for a Shooting?
Question: I’m wondering if my job makes me sick. I’ve had a series of medical issues since March and while … Continue reading Does Your Job Make You Sick?
Question: I was laid off last week, along with two other employees, without advance warning or severance. I received a … Continue reading How to Move Past an Employer’s Betrayal
You’ve come to the decision it’s time to move on from your current job because: Your job bores you—maybe a … Continue reading Writing a Pandemic-updated 2021 Resume
When someone treats you poorly, do you address it? Or do you hesitate, fearing that if you bring the situation … Continue reading The Price You Pay for Avoiding Conflict
Question: After three years of working for a controlling tyrant, I quit. I got a great new job. I’m afraid … Continue reading The Past Hangs On: the baggage that compromises your career/life
This question came in from the Ask A Coach portal. Do you face a street fighter at work? Street fighters … Continue reading Up Against a Workplace Street Fighter: 7 Traps to Avoid
Question: Someone in our company got the bright idea that an “average worker” should keynote each quarterly meeting by talking … Continue reading My Public Speaking Nightmare is About to Become True
When I posted “No Love Lost” https://workplacecoachblog.com/2021/03/no-love-lost-employees-leaving-their-jobs-in-record-numbers/noting that recent surveys revealed that twenty-five percent to fifty percent of employees plan … Continue reading How Employees Can Find Employers They Trust
Question: Our CEO just hired a new operations manager. To call “Paula” blunt is to sugar-coat what she does. She … Continue reading Operations Manager Rules By Intimidation