What do you do if you are on the wrong seat in the bus? What should you do if you are engaged to someone with debt? And how do you write a great resume?
These questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.
- 6 Basic Email Observations from Leading a Team by Eric Geiger. Many people get frustrated at times with staff meetings and emails. Why? Eric Geiger says, “Poorly led meetings and poor email practices waste immense amounts of time and energy.” Here are six basic email observations from leading a team.
- What to Do if You’re on the Wrong Seat in the Bus by Chuck Lawless. Do you feel like your skillset doesn’t really match your job duties? Maybe you’re on the wrong seat in the bus. What should you do? Chuck Lawless helps us answer this question with eight things to do.
- 4 Realities The Senior Leader Sets for Every Organization by Ron Edmondson. There are some things that only senior leadership can do in an organization. Ron Edmondson says, “Successful senior leaders are cognizant of their input in these areas and place intentional energy towards them.” Here are the four areas.
- 3 Things to Keep in Mind if You’re Engaged to Someone With Debt by Stewardship Team. You are excited about marrying the love of your life, but they have a large amount of debt. What should you do? Chris Brown says, As long as the desire is there to pay it off, “you know that you’re on the same page about money, and you’ll get through it together.”
- Writing a Great Resume by Chuck Bentley. Most people will have multiple jobs in their career, which means you need to know how to write a great resume. Chuck Bentley says, “Your work history and experiences should highlight your skills, talents, and capabilities with concrete, measurable details.”