18 10, 2016

Leadership Development at the Growth Edge

By | October 18th, 2016|Career Change, Career Coaching, Career Counseling|0 Comments

As a coach, I regularly work with a coach myself for personal and professional development. We are currently working on a specific area of executive development for me. As we were talking about that specific area last week, I had the 'aha moment' when I realized the past behaviors I utilized in this specific area [...]

13 10, 2016

Top 10 eLearning Tool Trending Right Now

By | October 13th, 2016|Career Change, Career Management|0 Comments

eLearning is dramatically changing the way we develop career skills. Thanks to Vera Reed for keeping us up-to-date with her guest post. - Amy If you want to stay up-to-date on your eLearning strategy, it is essential to look at what’s trending. Examining the technology trends across different industries will help you get a better [...]

7 10, 2016

Shouldn’t I just be happy

By | October 7th, 2016|Career Change|0 Comments

Some of my clients are almost apologetic when they present their concerns to me. It sounds something like this: "I don’t know what I have to complain about, my job offers me... a good salary, flexibility, challenging opportunities, etc." "Most of my friends don’t have these opportunities, and would love a job with... my flexible [...]

21 09, 2016

Don’t be late for your interview

By | September 21st, 2016|Job Interview, Networking|0 Comments

Just a funny interviewing story from a client. We all have to laugh at ourselves sometimes. Thought you'd like it. Have a great day! - Coach Wolfgang I had plenty of time to get to my interview... or so I thought. The office was downtown - that shouldn't have been a problem! The traffic was [...]

14 09, 2016

Startup Ideas to Beat the 800 Pound Gorilla

By | September 14th, 2016|Performance|0 Comments

Guest blog with encouraging advice for startups battling an industry incumbent. - Coach Wolfgang Startups and small companies often talk about competing against the "big fish" in their industry - otherwise knows as the "800 lb gorilla." Well, I work for one of those 800 lb. gorillas, and I see everyday how we can (and do) [...]

5 09, 2016

Should You Say ‘No’ to Your Boss?

By | September 5th, 2016|Career Counseling, Motivation, Performance|0 Comments

I was having dinner with a bunch of friends and experienced this. Thought I'd share the story as well as one of the insights it gave me. – Coach Wolfgang A few years ago, I was at an outdoor restaurant having dinner with friends visiting from out of town. The sun was beginning to set [...]

27 08, 2016

9 Techniques to Remember People By Name

By | August 27th, 2016|Networking|2 Comments

A guest blog for you this week. Oftentimes clients will ask me how to remember names with all the people I meet. Love this list of memorization techniques from a client. See which ones work for you, or let me know your own tips! – Coach Wolfgang It seems to happen to me at every [...]

14 08, 2016

How to focus better at work and become indispensable

By | August 14th, 2016|Performance|0 Comments

I'm working with a client on career development and his situation is fairly common, particularly, with corporate jobs. He's interested in a promotion but unable to show enough impact to those who would promote him. He works long hours but always seems to be late with his deliverables. He's frustrated. There is a lot of [...]

28 07, 2016

4 Networking Tips That You Can Learn From a Dog

By | July 28th, 2016|Networking|0 Comments

When I tell my clients that the most effective way to land a job is through networking, their response is often a sigh of frustration or a look of dread. Even the most extroverted, outgoing people often don’t enjoy networking events. And one of the main reasons for this is that many of them aren’t [...]

21 07, 2016

Get Hired in San Antonio With This Job Search Guide

By | July 21st, 2016|Career Change, Job Search|0 Comments

San Antonio is a wonderful family town. It’s big enough to have everything you need but still has a small town feel where ‘everybody knows your name’. San Antonio has many places to visit such as the Alamo or the Natural Bridge Caverns. You can take a stroll on the River Walk or head over [...]