In a previous blog, I addressed why throwing resumes at job postings is an ineffective job search strategy. Now that you have an overview of the job search process, it’s time to get better...
Tagged: Career development
Whatever the motivation is behind your job search, there are some key points about the process that you’ll want to be aware of as you make your way back into the fray. If the...
The employment market remains volatile as COVID-19 continues to rage across the country. Although the predominant economic impact of COVID-19 was initially on the airlines, hospitality and other service industries, it is now affecting...
Devastation can happen with your career if you don’t know where you are going and don’t have a plan.
All too frequently, anger, disappointment, resentment or depression can build enormous brick walls where doors or windows are needed.
Resolutions for the New Year may be the necessary catalyst behind your goals, but assigning realistic timelines and considering how to achieve measurable results require commitment and a thoughtful strategy.
Big egos and dreams of what used to be can dim the prospects of even the brightest stars.
There are skills that can be learned to survive adversity or financial downturn. Using planning, perseverance, willpower and grit, we have found a way to succeed.
It’s important to communicate in a way that will ensure that the intent of your message is received. When preparing for a job interview (or an important business meeting), it is critical to be conscious of how all of these factors can distort the outcome if not planned out in advance.
Missed communications can turn into missed opportunities. If you have felt unheard or misunderstood and are still licking your wounds, let’s take a look at some things to consider about your contribution to any kind of miscommunication.