Stop and think about how you got to where you are in your career. Did you determine your path while still in school? Did you take a job because it sounded interesting and paid well? Most people have a sense of what they like or are interested in, but don’t take the time to develop an actual career plan. It is important to take the time to assess yourself, or consider your strengths, interests, skills, competencies, personal characteristics, values, preferences and/or motivations.
California Children’s Services provides case management and direct therapy services to children with complex special health care needs. Care comes from five teams in five different locations. The Training & Education Center helped those five teams to work together for more positive outcomes.
Have you ever prepared immensely for an important presentation or a job interview and minutes before the event you find yourself nervous, maybe even scared? An effective trick that can help alleviate stress is to utilize Harvard’s Social Psychologist, Amy Cuddy’s power pose.
Today’s Question: What can I do to ensure I have a great Job interview? The Career Coach says: The key is preparation. Take time to research, practice and learn how to communicate your past successes in any interview.
Do you think you are a good listener? Most people do. This article provides terrific insights into what listening really means and offers practical tips to take your listening skills to the next level.
After 20 years as director of the Alameda County Training & Education Center, Elsie Lum retired in October. She sat down with Tom Holub, strategic consultant on TEC’s new web site, to discuss her time at the Center and its role in supporting Alameda County staff.