The term happiness at work may seem like a distant daydream for most. That’s because the harsh reality in most organizations today is that at least half their workforce is disengaged, and even more are actively or passively looking for other jobs.
This is because most employees are unhappy at work. This stems from the simple, yet unforgiving feeling of being unfulfilled.
Most of us sit in our offices all day (if you’re lucky enough to have your own space), our brains are fried from stress and in between conference calls, we hope and dream that someday we will finally discover our true purpose in life.
But finding your purpose in life is a process. A process that takes some time.
Using the steps below can help you buy some precious time at your current job; and take the first step toward achieving a state of peace of mind until you discover your true place in life.
Lodge Manager – Virginia
Fantastic opportunity for a superstar Hotel Lodge Manager with 5 star resort or world class lodge management experience to lead a team and create a profound guest experience, drive the Company’s vision and ensure we have a top of the line employee experience to attract equally amazing talent.
Our Client is seeking a very talented Lodge Manager to manage all aspects of the lodge including food and beverage, hospitality service, maintenance, gardening and housekeeping standards within the lodge. The role is strategic in nature, but hands on enough to work with the team to deliver an amazing guest experience.
I know you want to get ahead at work. We all do.
But in a cat-eat-mouse world, the challenges to advancing in the workplace are huge. But as much cut-throat competition is out there, you can still do this!
I promise you it doesn’t have to be as hard as you think it is. And I want you to trust me, because I’ve been there.
It’s Sunday morning and for most of us we are sitting at the dining room table drinking our morning coffee and scanning the job board sites. Finding a job is hard in this competitive market. Really hard. Landing a job with your dream employer? Even HARDER.
But there are some proven techniques you can use to set yourself apart from your competition and get noticed faster. Here are my top 3.