Guide Towards Career Fulfillment, Not a Stupid Job Title

Kylie Quetell Career Advice, Career Paths, Coaching, Employee Development, Kylie Quetell, Managing People 2 Comments

As people professionals we often are tasked with helping guide our candidates and employees towards the right career paths. Often I find people are either chasing job titles or pushed into career development plans that they may not even be passionate about. One quick example – employees who strive for management positions when they actually don’t even like people. Many …

Talk to Difficult People Using… Science!

Kylie Quetell Communication, Employee Communications, Kylie Quetell, Managing People

I was recently asked to give a presentation regarding how to communicate with difficult people. It’s a lofty ask. There are a multitude of ways to do this, and the probability of getting it right is pretty slim. I find that the best way to do this is to employ the good old Scientific Method. Think back to your 5th …

Creatively Critical and Critically Creative—A Different Way of Thinking

Kylie Quetell Career Advice, Change, Communication, Innovation, Kylie Quetell, Talent Management, Uncategorized

I recently had a wonderful conversation with a colleague who was asked to create a training program for our organization that would teach and foster “Critical Thinking”. The request makes perfect sense. We want to nurture the minds of our workforce so they are able to think critically. Or do we? Do we need more Critical Thinkers? Or, do we …

It’s Your Fault They Raised Their Hand

Kylie Quetell Diversity, Innovation, Kylie Quetell, Leadership

You’re sitting in a meeting full of intelligent people (or, at least, people who think they are intelligent). Creative juices are flowing, the conversation is rocking, opinions are being shared, and discussion gets heated. Everyone is taking turns talking, sometimes speaking over each other or cutting people off, but damn – things are getting done. The flow is happening. This …