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The Resilient Job Seeker Fall down seven times, stand up eight – Ancient Japanese proverb. Attention job seekers: A new year is just days away. Now is a good time to take some quiet time to review things and get ready to start strong in 2023. One of those things is your resilience. You’ve heard the […]

Is your career ready for 2023? Have you heard the expression “End the year strong?” Usually it means 1) Review the year that is coming to a close, and 2) Plan for the year ahead. Both are good and useful exercises. But, What else?  (Consider having a VISTA of your career.  Vista is “a pleasing […]

Now is a great time to start or advance your safety career.  (reprinted from http://”https://www.assp.org/news-and-articles/get-the-safety-career-you-want-with-these-expert-tips”) Sep 21, 2022   One important indicator is that U.S.manufacturing has added 1 million jobs since 2010, according to the Bureau ofLabor Statistics, creating new opportunities for safety and health professionals. Another is that the majority of safety professionals are now […]

Is the OSH Profession Right for Me?Complimentary Education | Thursday, Sept. 8 | 2 p.m. CT Join ASSP’s Emerging Professional Special Interest Group American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) to discuss what’s involved in being part of the occupational safety and health (OSH) professional community. We’ll talk about creating an OSH-specific resume, discuss social media profiles and share […]

The Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset once said: “Living is a constant process of deciding what we are going to do.” For me, there is no better opening thought for a Time Management seminar. “What are you going to do?” is the central question. At home. At work. In life. You have 168 hours […]

Republished from ISHN: Safety leadership is more than overseeing the general day-to-day of your organization’s safety program. Leading is about influencing employees and colleagues to meet the goals of your organization and safely fulfill their roles. Safety is sometimes overlooked or not taken seriously enough and can lead to disastrous effects. According to the Association of […]

By Peter DeArmond What words and phrases come to mind when you hear someone say “leadership”? That’s the first question I ask the students in a college course I teach on leadership skills. The answers I hear typically include words like charismatic, bold, wise, authoritative, decisive and inspiring. One phrase I hear a lot is “someone […]