A winning website is one of the most crucial factors in any organization’s success. An engaging homepage instantly builds trust and connectivity, which is absolutely essential in the relationship between a coach and a potential client. Conversely, you might turn prospective clients off if your website is boring, poorly designed or simply not helpful to your target audience...
If you've ever found yourself struggling on your professional path, you may have considered hiring a business or career coach to help get you on the right track. A good coach will listen to your concerns, give you an honest assessment of your weaknesses, and help you leverage your strengths to maximize opportunities.
If you decide to hire a coach, you've taken the first step toward greater professional fulfillment and success...
Courage can be found in the way we fall just as much as in the way we rise.
Pause. Just for a moment. Take note of your falls, stumbles, and complete crash-n-burns.
How did you fall? What did you learn? Would you fall the same way again?
Courage isn’t only in the rising, friends. If we’re practicing courage in our life, leadership, and love, we’re gonna fall. And sometimes fall REALLY hard.
Courage can be our friend on the way down too.
Artificial intelligence is, by all accounts, here to stay. It is making serious inroads in 2018 and is coming to a business near you in the near future. With revenues from AI expected to reach $59.8 billion by 2025, according to a report by Tractica, this task-reducing technology can and will make your work responsibilities easier.
One of the ways that AI is expected to reduce the workload for employees is by making the mundane tasks of hiring and recruiting easier. Because the technology can automate many of the responsibilities that are time consuming and arduous for workers, AI is expected to be a faster and more efficient alternative for companies to employ as a part of their HR efforts.
Fourteen members of Forbes Coaches Council share how they expect AI to change the hiring and recruiting practices in the near future, whether by making the overall process faster and more efficient, by reducing bias or by shifting the traditional role and duties of hiring managers...
Job interviews can be nerve-wracking enough without having to worry about whether they will require situational examples. More and more companies are turning toward behavioral questions during an interview to get a good understanding of how a potential candidate will react under stress, pressure or when challenged.
According to a report by the University of Delaware, situational interview answers are 55% predictive of future on-the-job behavior. This can prove to be telling to an employer looking for an inside glimpse into what makes you tick and how you will perform in the role they have available.
Below, 15 members of Forbes Coaches Council share the best way to prepare for situational interview questions. Here is what they recommend...