Workplace Success Etiquette

Women’s Workplace Etiquette Rules for 2017

“If you want to change the way people respond to you, change the way you respond to people.” -Tom Leary According to social media, 2017 will be a selfish year and people will be focusing on their interests and goals. Investing their energy on themselves, seems like it will be very bleak year for showing […]

Setting Yourself Up for Success at Work

Setting Yourself Up for Success at Work

For most of us, our jobs are our livelihoods. And with the unpredictable job market, many feel lucky to even have a job. However, despite that, many people fall victim to the occasional workplace hurdle. Sometimes the secret to success at work is a little bit of preparation and a lot of common sense. Here […]

Professional Image

7 Ways To Improve Your Professionalism

At Giant Leap Consulting, we understand the need for professionalism – and in fact, we offer an entire workshop focused on that particular topic, which highlights the following 7 characteristics. These focal points are designed to help you and your company improve professionalism across the board.

Email Etiquette

Email Etiquette for Generation Text

You understand that you’ll need to structure your professional emails differently than you would a text or a tweet. But unless you had the good fortune to take an “Email Etiquette 101” course in college, you might be unsure of what, exactly, you should and shouldn’t do before clicking “send.”

Generation Text

“Real-World” Advice for Generation Text

13 Workplace Communication Tips Today’s Young People Need to Know Texting- and social media-obsessed Millennials aren’t always prepared to navigate the business world, which primarily “runs” on email and face-to-face communication. Here, author Ben Carpenter shares 13 dos and don’ts to help them communicate productively in the big leagues.

Power Relationships: 26 Irrefutable Laws for Building Extraordinary Relationships

7 Ways to Supernetwork Your Way to Success

In most careers there are 20-25 relationships that truly matter, says Andrew Sobel.  Knowing how to segment these contacts out from the others makes all the difference.  He explains how to recognize and cultivate your “critical few”— and how to handle the rest. Hoboken, NJ (March 2014)—During your career you’ve heard or read lots of […]

Cut the Crap, Get a Job! A New Job Search Process for a New Era by Dana Manciagli

Cut The Crap, Get A Job!

New job search tactics — inroads to job search success in changing times Dana Manciagli has seen it all. In her more than 30 years as a hiring manager for multinational companies including Microsoft, IBM, Kodak, and Avery Dennison, Dana has interviewed, hired and coached thousands of people globally. “The job seekers’ world has shifted,” […]