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Don’t Let the Dog Days of Summer Detract You

August 18, 2017

Long overdue 😉 With thanks to a prospective client yesterday (who inquired about my services/availability given my extreme tardiness on this blog), I am jumping on with an update! Over the past few years, I’ve engaged more actively on LinkedIn, both through published articles and posts as well as through individual exchanges with clients and […]

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Don’t Let the Dog Days of Summer Detract You

August 18, 2017

Long overdue 😉 With thanks to a prospective client yesterday (who inquired about my services/availability given my extreme tardiness on this blog), I am jumping on with an update! Over the past few years, I’ve engaged more actively on LinkedIn, both through published articles and posts as well as through individual exchanges with clients and […]

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Helping Millennials to Launch!

September 22, 2015

This past week, I co-presented the closing keynote address at the annual conference of the National Resume Writers’ Association in Charlotte, NC (Louise Kursmark was my co-presenter: We have been talking about career management and resume strategies across our industry and nation for more than 20 years).
While in the beautiful “Queen City” (and having […]

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A New Job for 2015 this Year’s Resolution?

December 31, 2014

If you’re thinking of fine-tuning your career – or perhaps making a quantum change in your 9-to-5, check out some of the ideas in the article “What makes you different” (link below). I was interviewed for this article, which focuses on new graduates. But quite honestly? Most of the tips (tailored to where you are […]

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L-o-n-g-e-r Interview Cycles

August 27, 2014

It is of no surprise that companies are weighing carefully their decisions to bring on new hires — cautiously vetting prospective candidates, testing rigorously, and drilling deeply into the backgrounds of those who escalate through the rounds of interviews to finalist. The wrong hiring decision can be agonizing and costly (both in human costs and […]

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L-o-n-g-e-r Interview Cycles

August 27, 2014

It is of no surprise that companies are weighing carefully their decisions to bring on new hires — cautiously vetting prospective candidates, testing rigorously, and drilling deeply into the backgrounds of those who escalate through the rounds of interviews to finalist. The wrong hiring decision can be agonizing and costly (both in human costs and […]

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Googled Yourself Lately?

October 31, 2013

We all know we are *supposed* to do that – especially those in job search – because we know every hiring manager, recruiter/headhunter, and even HR professional is doing exactly that. What should you be looking for?
In a recent issue of the Chronicle…

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Googled Yourself Lately?

October 31, 2013

We all know we are *supposed* to do that – especially those in job search – because we know every hiring manager, recruiter/headhunter, and even HR professional is doing exactly that. What should you be looking for?
In a recent issue of the Chronicle…

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LinkedIn Matters!

June 24, 2013

At nearly every forum I’ve been in during the past few months (both professional and personal), someone inevitably talks about social media and asks about LinkedIn.com. Eight or so years ago, people were very concerned that if they had a profile on LI, it would scream, “I’m looking for a job” and there was worry […]

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It’s Lonely at the Top: New Career Management Resource for C-level Executives

January 20, 2012

C-suite executives can often feel alone and ill-equipped
when it comes to managing their careers. As a Chief X Officer, who can they
trust? Who can help guide them through the myriad challenges in managing
high-profile career transitions? Who can…

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