Discover What it Means to Be Resilient in Your Career
December 13, 20180

When you are faced with challenges in your career, how do you respond? When you experience negative emotional reactions about your job, can you control what you feel? Do you know what it means to be resilient?

The word resilience typically refers to a person's ability to bounce back from setbacks; however, as an educator and career coach I've learned that a person who becomes resilient has developed a success focused mindset. Where resiliency matters most is on the job because this demonstrates to an employer that you are flexible and adaptable to changes and new situations. What it doesn't mean is that you are emotionally bulletproof as there are times when you have to take the emotional hit and work through what you are feeling as circumstances around you change....

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Discover a Transformative Educator Professional Development Sale
December 04, 20180

During this holiday season, would you like to give a gift to yourself or another fellow educator? Are you contemplating professional development goals for the new year? Now is the time to stock up as Dr. Johnson has several resources available to help you meet your professional development goals.

First Option to Consider: Resources Signed by the Author

The following titles are available now signed by the author Dr. Johnson:

Appreciative Andragogy: Take the Distance Out of Distance Learning

Are you teaching online classes and interested in an instructional strategy that could help to strengthen your relationships with students, while also influencing their level of performance, motivation, and engagement?

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Are You Ready for a Job Change? Trust These Indicators and Transition Steps
December 02, 20180

Are you feeling it is time for a change in your career? Do you believe you have gone as far as you can in your current role? Can you recognize the signs it is time to make a job transition? Are you uncertain if the timing is right to make a change and how you should begin the process?

Every job has a life cycle. There is an exciting or interesting starting point and then a natural progression that occurs over time. After a period of growth there will be a point when the job will peak. At this maturity point there may be a change made that allows the cycle to restart, or the job enters the decline and the employee loses interest, becomes complacent, works to just get by, and/or begins the search for a new job. Regardless of the final outcome, most every job goes through...

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