Office Politics

5 tips to be more productive in office as a single mother - Introvert Whisperer

5 tips to be more productive in office as a single mother

Diapers, wipes, milk, sanitized feeders, toys, and cough syrups are probably all you think about throughout the day as a mother of an infant; and if your kids are slightly older you can add healthy food options, field trip fees, cuts and bruises, and new bicycles to that endless list. While being a parent is…

5 tips for setting up an online business - Introvert Whisperer

5 tips for setting up an online business

Whether you’ve been daydreaming about starting a small business for years, or you’ve had a sudden spark of inspiration, there are many factors to consider before going out on your own.   Everything from budget, contacts, staff, and office space impacts those crucial early months as a fledgling business. Online businesses, in particular, come with…

Introvert Whisperer

Expert Interview Series: Dorothy Tannahill-Moran of Introvert Whisperer About Landing Entry Level Jobs, Getting Promoted, and Achieving Business Success as an Introvert

Dorothy Tannahill-Moran is a coach, speaker, and author who is dedicated to getting you promoted to the next level – fast. We had a chance to chat with the “introvert whisperer” about what it means to be an introvert and what introverts must do in order to succeed professionally in an extrovert-centered world.   Tell…

10 Steps Towards Career Development Without the Politics - Introvert Whisperer

10 Steps Towards Career Development Without the Politics

The desire for career development and advancement is perfectly normal. We all want to live a better lifestyle and career development could be the key. People naturally want to learn, grow, and progress. Unfortunately, in today’s market career advancement opportunities often arise as an outcome of office politics rather than true merit. While you can’t completely ignore…

“The Boss”  2 Things to Think About - Introvert Whisperer

“The Boss” 2 Things to Think About

I had lunch with a friend and I was asking about her son who I had helped a bit with career coaching.  She was saying he loved his job and especially had a great boss.  She told me some of the things this boss had said and done.  Clearly, this boss was a good leader….

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