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  Caring about Career Success–Yours and Others
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2012
Today I am borrowing a question from Jon Gordon, whose weekly newsletter often contains thought-provoking messages that make me examine what I am doing or not doing that really matters–personally (with family and good friends) and professionally (for my business and the people I want to serve). Jon’s question is: “Do You Care?” Caring about Success Goes Beyond Yourself As Jon’s weekly newsletter article says: “In today...
 
  Developing Female Leaders: It Needs to Start Early
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Dec, 2012
According to Catalyst, the leading nonprofit organization expanding opportunities for women and business, “Women currently hold 3.8 percent of Fortune 500 CEO positions and 4.0 percent of Fortune 1000 CEO positions.” What accounts for the low number of women in high-ranking positions and what steps can be done to help increase the number of women in leadership positions? Gender Stereotypes Stereotypes still exist as...
 
  New Job Market – Are You Prepared?
by Louise Garver - Dec, 2012
As an executive you may have experienced many changes in the job market over the years. Predictions have been formulating for some time now about big changes in careers and the traditional workforce. The experts forecast an exponential growth in the number of self-employed, independent service firms, solopreneuers, and temporary workers by 2020 with 40% or 65 million people who will not work in traditional jobs as we know the...
 
  No College Degree? Job Search Tip
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2012
If you currently lack a college degree and are finding your job search a challenge as a result, you are probably not alone. You might also not find that fact particularly comforting! “Misery loves company” is a well-known saying, but its usefulness in your job search is zero. Knowing you are not alone in a sinking boat won’t improve your odds of surviving, much less thriving. Job Search Tip for Determined Job Seekers I...
 
  Ready For A Career Change? How Working As A Volunteer Can Help You
by Michelle Dumas - Dec, 2012
You feel like you’re stuck in your job, doing the same ol’ same ol’, day in and day out. You were excited when you first started out, upgraded your skills, and advanced in your position. When you needed a change, you changed organizations, met new people, learned new processes. But after years doing the same types of work, you’re feeling stale and unsatisfied and you know you need a new challenge. Simply changing jobs or org...
 
  Watch what you say at work, but be yourself
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2012
I was excited to be interviewed for this article a few weeks ago about talking politics at work, Political discretion advised. It has some good advice to check out from everyone interviewed that I think we should all keep in mind. It takes a balance between watching what you say at work, always remembering that you are ‘on’, and being yourself. It’s critical to feel like you can be authentic at work, so don’t go to the oth...
 
  Freshen Your Executive Bio
by Kris Plantrich - Dec, 2012
Many executives find their next job with a biography. An executive biography is a different format than a resume. They are generally written in full paragraph form rather than in bullet statements, but an executive bio can make you memorable and can be full of punch if written correctly. An executive bio is more flexible than a resume. You can carry hard copies with you to carry around with you to job interviews, job fairs...
 
  10 Tips to Help You Retire Without an Identity Crisis
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2012
If you are still in the world of gainful employment, you probably think you are too busy to think about retirement – after all, it is 3-7 years out. Or, you may be thinking you can just figure it out when you retire because you will have all the time in the world then. But be careful. That thinking can get you into trouble… and unexpectedly create an identity crisis down the line! Whether you are pushed out of your job, or...
 
  Beware of Red Flags from an Interviewer
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
Although a candidate may be extremely focused on their own behavior and speech, it is just as necessary to pay attention to what the interviewer discloses through conversation or body language throughout an interview. In addition to debriefing an interview to learn where improvement may be required, a review can also help you pick up on clues the employer provided that could alert you to a dysfunctional work situation. It’...
 
  Came in 2nd Again?
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
How many times have you really knocked yourself out with extensive preparation for an interview or a proposal and learned you came in “Number 2”? It may only have been because the other candidate or company had a desired credential or specific experience you couldn’t match and the employer was forced to choose. Don’t let all your effort go to waste, especially if your research tells you that you really are a great fit for a...
 
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