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  Rejection And Why It Stings So Much
by Stacey Lane - Jun, 2015
“We’re moving forward with another candidate.” “It was really great to meet you, but we’ve found someone who has more direct-to-consumer experience.” “You’re just not a cultural fit for our team.” “At this point, we won’t be extending a job offer to you.” Actual rejection quotes from this week. Clearly, it was Rejection Week and I missed the official notice. Three clients got rejected for jobs they really...
 
  What Is a Hiring Manager?
by Robin Schlinger - Jun, 2015
In these blogs, I have often mentioned “hiring managers and recruiters.” Hiring managers are the individuals in a company who review job applicants. They may work in a company’s Human Resources department or may be the manager you would report to if hired. Hiring managers often work with recruiters to find quality job applicants. Recently I took a look at the capabilities and qualities that companies value most in hiring manag...
 
  You WILL Get Googled…Are You Afraid?
by Joshua Waldman - Jun, 2015
I tell my clients that they will be Googled as surely as it will rain in Portland. The latest survey said that 81% of employers WILL Google candidates. Online reputation management is a critical piece of your online job search. There is just no getting around it. Quick story, when I Googled my name 1 year ago, I was a convicted felon and a prolific New York Gynecologist, neither profession was something I wanted to be c...
 
  5 Things You Must Discuss with HR Before Accepting a New Job
by Terri Tierney Clark - Jun, 2015
After months of job search agony, you might have an urge to immediately accept any offer you receive. But before you give a final answer, take time to learn a little more about what the company has to offer. Remember, now your potential employer is trying to sell you, and that means you can ask important questions about benefits and compensation that may have seemed pushy or self-serving during the interview process. Now,...
 
  Driving Our Careers: Why we can’t wait for employers to take the wheel
by Sara Canaday - Jun, 2015
As I travel across the country speaking to management groups and meeting with operations leaders, I am consistently seeing a common problem. While companies fully recognize that reaching their goals and being successful is dependent on quality leadership, the vast majority of them struggle to make that a priority. They simply don’t have the time, energy and budget required to grow and develop their leaders in a meaningful way....
 
  Leadership, Then and Now
by Sara Canaday - Jun, 2015
I have been privileged to coach some amazing professionals over the last few years, and I am always humbled by their capacity to adapt and master new leadership approaches. Throughout our discussions, I am reminded that effective leadership strategies have evolved significantly since I was an Operations Executive 13 years ago. Financial success still remains the ultimate goal, but the best path to get there has changed. Th...
 
  Three Steps to Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2015
Nine times out of ten our clients tell us they are their own biggest obstacles when it comes to making a career change, and taking the necessary risks to seek out and secure the job of their dreams. One of the obstacles we find they often face, in believing they deserve or are qualified for their dream job, is a phenomenon known as the Impostor Syndrome. To understand how to overcome this syndrome, let’s take a closer look at...
 
  What To Do When Your Mentor Leaves The Company
by Terri Tierney Clark - Jun, 2015
There’s nothing better than having a mentor at work—someone to offer you guidance in your career, give you advice on your day-to-day responsibilities, and help you succeed within the organization. So when that person leaves? Well, it can be tough. Not only did you likely just lose your biggest advocate, you may also have just lost your closest friend at the office. The good news is, if you approach the transition correctly...
 
  Essential Steps to Getting Repeat Business
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2015
Once you've gone to all the trouble to seal the deal, here are five things you can do to help get repeat business from your customers. Here's the story of two companies. I bought a ton of products from both this year. Company 1’s offerings were stellar, but it had a laissez-faire attitude toward the significant hurdles I faced during the procurement process. Company 2’s product line was less impressive, but the folks t...
 
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