Being authentic requires showing yourself as you really are. It requires checking your ego at the door and not looking down on anyone. It requires courage and self-confidence, but also honesty and tact to “tell it like it is.”
It’s important to identify our level of employability, recognize its advantages and limitations, and work consistently to improve it.
Originally published in ceoworld.biz on May 21, 2019 The world of work has changed dramatically, forcing today’s workers to reconsider outdated paradigms and attitudes. Companies today are continually in flux. The further up a person goes on the professional ladder, the less job security that…
To improve employability, we need to persistently sharpen our work skills and social intelligence skills, while ensuring that others know we’re there and available.
The challenge is to thoroughly understand our personal reactions to change and immediately focus on a strategic vision of our career, keeping our minds very curious, flexible, and open.