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4 Effective Career Management Strategies for 2018

December 21, 2017

Have you noticed that the older you get, the faster the years seem to fly by? I sure have! We are sitting on the cusp of yet another new year, and it has never been more important to take control … Continue reading

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4 Effective Career Management Strategies for 2018

December 21, 2017

Have you noticed that the older you get, the faster the years seem to fly by? I sure have! We are sitting on the cusp of yet another new year, and it has never been more important to take control … Continue reading

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Do You Need a Disrupting Irma in Your Job Search?

September 7, 2017

There is nothing like a Cat 5 hurricane bearing down on your state to make you put your priorities into perspective. This is one of those times when I’m thankful I don’t live on the coast, but I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Do You Need a Disrupting Irma in Your Job Search?

September 7, 2017

There is nothing like a Cat 5 hurricane bearing down on your state to make you put your priorities into perspective. This is one of those times when I’m thankful I don’t live on the coast, but I’m not sure … Continue reading

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The Dog Ate My Homework

August 22, 2017

With that cliché title, I am no doubt dating myself. That’s okay. You already know I’ve been in business for 23 years so I’m definitely not a young pup. This bit of sage advice from my colleague, Barb Safani, came … Continue reading

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Linkedin Profiles & CFOs

June 21, 2017

Fast Company recently posted an informative article on what recruiters prefer to see in a Linkedin profile. It is good advice, and you can read it here. I thought I would add my two cents, aimed specifically at CFOs, to … Continue reading

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Always Lead with Your Value

February 23, 2015

I saw some really bad advice given this morning, and it was sent to a very large audience of Senior Finance Executives. In good conscience, I cannot let this flawed advice stand unchallenged. Here’s what I believe to be very … Continue reading

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Feeding the Un-hatched Chicken

October 15, 2014

You are no doubt familiar with the cliché … don’t count your chickens before they hatch … right? And yet, it is a common phenomenon in the job search process. Maybe somewhere in your career climb, you were tripped up … Continue reading

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Super CFOs are Strong CEO Prospects

October 2, 2014

In the last week, I’ve read numerous articles about the appeal of Chief Financial Officers to fill the top seat of Chief Executive Officer. Articles in the Wall Street Journal, Crain’s, and the StartUpProfessionals blog, among others, are buzzing. On … Continue reading

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Maximum Return for Minimum Effort

May 14, 2014

Does it ever really work that way? Maybe on occasion, but never as a rule. Recently I saw this post on Facebook … “I want a really good guitar but I don’t want to pay very much for it.” It … Continue reading

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