Putting Yourself in Positions of Power

Ashley McDonough Career, Confidence Conundrum, NAPW, STRETCH 0 Comments

women in positions of power

According to the American Psychological Association, a feeling of powerlessness is a universal cause of work-related stress. Too much responsibility coupled with too little authority is often a recipe for powerlessness’s cousins: helplessness and hopelessness. How, then, do you counteract external factors that you have little control over and regain power and influence at work?

The One Resume Rule To Rule Them All

megan bozzuto Career, Guest Contributor, NAPW 0 Comments

This post originally appeared in the Forbes Coaches Council and was written by Emily Kapit, MS, MRW, ACRW, CPRW, triple certified master resume writer and the founder, lead writer, and career strategist atĀ Refresh Your Step.

Resume Writing Tips

I run an internationally known resume writing and career strategy firmĀ called Refresh Your Step, and in my work, I’ve heard about and seen countless “resume rules” regarding what makes a resume most effective.

The Power of We: Support & Empowerment Through Mentoring

Ashley McDonough Career, Confidence Conundrum, NAPW, STRETCH 0 Comments

Competition, ambition and adventure are attributes that are defining the 21st century. There is an urge enshrined in individuals to better themselves, and this is where mentorship comes in handy. Mentorship seeks to address this urge by providing the support, coaching and encouragement that people need to manage their learning.