The Modern Workplace Is Interpersonal

Interpersonal Skills Graphic

You don’t have to be a sociologist to know that people crave personal validation. We see it every day in the workplace – the mere act of saying hello to your office mates as you walk into the building or waving goodbye as you leave a zoom call can make a difference. Of course, the […]

Soft Skills Are Harder To Learn

There is a formal or perhaps informal plan for learning the technical skills necessary to perform well when starting a new job. For example, someone will show you how to use the equipment properly, the procedures involved in documentation, and even where the off switch is. These are the kinds of hard skills necessary to […]

Hard Skills Are Pointless Without Soft Skills

At Dynamic Works, we know that you can’t be effective with only technical skills in most jobs. For example, a salesperson with an outstanding knowledge of their product and market will only be successful if they have the interpersonal skills to close deals and retain clients. A business manager needs to listen to employees, have […]

Returning to a New Normal

Returning to a New Normal

It’s time to re-calibrate!  Our days of working from home are coming to an end, and we’re heading back into the office. While there is no single approach to how everyone will return to their desks, it’s beginning to happen.  A recent LinkedIn survey shows that 20% of those who answered are already back at […]

Practice Really Does Make Perfect – A Coach Can Help

Dynamic Works Get Coached

The more you are comfortable doing something, the more confidence you exude while doing so. According to Tony Robbins, ‘repetition is the mother of skill.’ Equally important is the guidance of a good career coach or teacher. Good things to remember in life and particularly as you advance in your career. A career coach can […]

You ARE One in a Million – How to Let Your Potential Employer Know!

Career Advancement

There is no one just like you. No one can bring to a job precisely what you can offer, from your unique personality to your specific skillset and experiences. Capitalize on that!  As the economy reopens, people are looking for jobs or looking to change careers.  You need to stand out in the crowd.  You […]

Finding That “Just Right” Job!

Just Right Job

You remember Goldilocks and her quest for the chair/porridge/bed that was “just right.” Career opportunities are similar. Your skillset may be broad, but your sweet spot is probably relatively narrow. While there are many job openings out there right now, not every job is the “just right” job for you.  Here are a few helpful […]

Starting A Step Ahead On The Path To A New Job

Job Seekers

Are you ready to make a job change, enter, or re-enter the job force?  Whether this is your first job or relaunching your career, you are in stiff competition among the 9.7 million unemployed Americans today.  It’s a staggering number, but the good news is that companies are hiring.  The US Labor Department reports in […]

How the Pandemic is Financially Impacting our Youth

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The Pandemic has had a financial impact on everyone, but those most affected are under 25 years old.  While the pre-pandemic economy was strong across some sectors, poverty among young adults was growing. An age group already struggling with student loan debt, limited financial aid, high insurance rates, low credit scores, and inadequate health insurance […]