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  4 Essential Steps To Figuring Out What You Should Be Doing With Your Career (And Your Life)
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
As a career success coach, writer, and researcher, I’ve had the opportunity to observe key trends among thousands of professionals around the world, particularly about how they get stuck and stay stuck in careers they dislike, and how they effectively change directions to a new path that’s rewarding and successful. One challenge I hear literally every day goes something like this: “Kathy, I don’t like my career and I kno...
 
  Resumes for College Graduates
by Robin Schlinger - Mar, 2016
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation from college! Some of you will be going on to graduate school but a majority of you will be looking for the first full-time job in your chosen career. Here are some tips and warnings that will help you toward interviews and ultimately a successful career. 1. Highlight any work, volunteer, or leadership activity. Never dismiss part-time positions, even if they are not in your field...
 
  The Not-So-Secret Skills Every Young Professional Needs
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
Lately, I’ve been hearing a common theme from managers of millennials. They’re hiring you for your record of strong performance, and you deliver. But two little words are holding you back: soft skills. Most professional newbies are unaware of a paradigm shift that happens when you segue from school to the workplace. Your whole life you’ve been striving to deliver the goods to earn the grade, but in a professional setting, p...
 
  Reinventing Yourself After a Sudden Layoff
by Abby Locke - Mar, 2016
What happens when life shifts and you suddenly have to rethink your life, your career and everything in between. Often, it’s is the phase of transition that we find new energy, new hope and new commitment for what is really important to us. I always believe that there are many ways to approach, but in the end, deciding whether you will be inspired by change or stuck in the past is entirely under your control. Here are...
 
  Resume Secrets Revealed
by Robin Schlinger - Mar, 2016
With over a decade of experience writing resumes and with credentials from the most respected professional associations, I have specialized knowledge that I put to work on every resume. Today, I share some resume secrets that I have accumulated over the years. Resumes are marketing documents. Your resume is first an honest record of your past employment; but it is also a marketing document. Just like any product brochure, i...
 
  Why Day One Matters
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
As companies look to the spring hiring season, many leaders are focused on how to attract the best and brightest millennials. If you’re planning to bring on new hires, it’s important to think past the moment the offer is accepted and seriously consider what the first few days and weeks on the job will look like. Do you have best practices in place to onboard millennials for success? Surprisingly, only 32 percent of companie...
 
  5 Ways to Get Ahead as a Coach
by Marshall Goldsmith - Mar, 2016
In a recent blog, I shared the “#1 greatest lesson for executive coaches” – to get over our own egos. To make the coaching about our clients, not about ourselves. If you took this advice to heart and are applying it, you are on your way to being a great coach! There’s another piece of advice I have for you that is critical to being a successful executive coach. Get ready, this is going to sound a little harsh. Most of the e...
 
  Shhhh! How To Keep Your Job Search A Secret
by Michelle Dumas - Mar, 2016
People change jobs often throughout life. The average person born in the latter years of the baby boom (1957-1964) held 11.7 jobs from age 18 to age 48, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. While there are different methods used when attempting to find a job, gaining new employment when you are already employed may be especially tough. What behavior types are “reasonable” and when are you “going too far?”...
 
  The State of IT in 2016
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The latest report from Spiceworks outlines what's happening in IT this year. The study of 800+ worldwide IT pros, which we started covering last year, explores budgetary concerns, technology trends, and the general state of the IT industry. First and most importantly, IT budgets are barely budging. CIOs’ global planned spending is expected to increase by only about $2,000 year over year, and North American IT departments wi...
 
  Emailing Your Resume
by Robin Schlinger - Mar, 2016
Everyone is emailing resumes these days—but are they doing it correctly? Here are a few rules to follow when you are emailing your resume. Send your resume in the format requested in the job posting. Usually this will be Word or .txt format (not .pdf unless specifically requested). Make sure you are using the correct email address. If you make any mistake in the recipient’s address, the email will not arrive—and you may no...
 
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