Posted by Kari Hulac on Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 00:00
Finding time to stay current about finance topics or your own professional development can be difficult so we’re lending a hand by sharing five of our most popular blog posts in July, in no particular order.
Read on for insights into reaching your potential on the job, interviewing for a business analyst position, the benefits of financial consulting and more.
In this overview of Peter Sims’ book True North you’ll learn how to tap your “best self,” by studying five areas of authentic leadership : your purpose, your values, your relationships, your self-discipline and your heart.
Don’t worry. Not all of your summer reading has to be serious. One of our most popular posts this month was a comic by artist Randy Glasbergen (pictured above). Check it out if you missed it and look for more comics by Glasbergen to appear soon.
If you’re a mid- to senior-level finance professional you might be at a point in your career where you’re ready for something new. We explore how becoming a project consultant can give you new challenges, more daily variety and job flexibility.
If you consider yourself an experienced project manager, you might consider applying for a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Earning this certification can put you in a higher salary bracket and help you stand out as you’re competing for jobs.
Get some behind-the-scenes insight into what types of answers hiring managers might be looking for when they ask questions such as “How have you handled difficult stakeholders?” or “Can you define the diagrams most used by business analysts ?”
- 3 Tips for Improving Employee Communication at Small Businesses
- Consultant Jobs: Is Now the Golden Age?
- On Cloud 9 – Five Leadership Blogs to Watch
Photo courtesy of Randy Glasbergen