The Risk of Not Taking Risks
by John E. Kobara - Sep, 2012
How will I know when I can take a risk? This may be the most popular question I get. Some hear about my career path and some are hovering around a decision and they wonder---How will I know when to jump? How will I know if it is worth it? How will I know if I should take the chance? We are confronted with these decisions everyday and I assert almost every moment. Managing risk, choosing options, deciding not to say somet...
7 Ways to Control Your Career in 2012
by Miriam Salpeter - Sep, 2012
If you're looking for a job, then the new year requires a fresh focus. You want to keep ahead of the game to make sure you manage your own career. Cal Brown, author of When Life Strikes: Weathering Financial Storms, offers the following suggestions to help you maintain control and succeed with your career goals in 2012. 1. Don't be complacent. Even if your company is solid and your industry is in a growth trend, you should...
Is it suspicious not to have an online profile?
by Miriam Salpeter - Sep, 2012
You value your privacy and are not one to jump on the social media bandwagon, so when someone Googles your name, they’ll find a White page’s listing and a link to Ancestry.com. You’re okay with that, but what does it mean for your job search? Is it true that if someone can’t find you among the 955 million monthly active users on Facebook that they should worry there might be something wrong with you? In our connected cultu...
Ready for a raise? Tips to finding career fulfillment
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2012
was honored to be featured in this recent WSJ article about asking for a raise, So, You Want a Raise… Being interviewed for this article made me think of some other pieces of advice I wanted to share with you to bring you fulfillment in your career. Here are some tips to help you get the raise that you deserve: 1) You should keep what I call a “running resume”. Keep track of your accomplishments throughout the year on a te...
A powerful secret to career success
by Kim Meninger - Sep, 2012
After many years, I finally had an opportunity to read Carly Fiorina’s (former Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard) book, Tough Choices. One of the things that really resonated with me was her approach to each new role, initiative, or challenge that she encountered. Before rolling up her sleeves and diving in, she took the time to ask lots of questions. She made an effort to understand as much as she could from as many people as...
USING YOUR WHINE FACTOR
by Nan S. Russell - Aug, 2012
Brian's work was exceptional. Still, as his boss, I rarely offered him additional responsibilities, never thought of promoting him, or selecting him for a critical project. Why? His whine factor got in the way. He was quick to complain to anyone who'd listen how much work was on his plate, or how hard or how late he worked. His whine factor was a protective shield that insured he didn't get more work to do. However, it also...
5 Tips to working with Executive Recruiters
by Louise Garver - Aug, 2012
Are you harboring the love-hate relationship that many executives experience with recruiters? You love them when they call you about a job opportunity they are working on. And not so happy when they don’t return your calls or emails; seem aloof and uncaring. The thing to keep in mind is they are major players in the career services industry and with most major companies, they are an integral part of the hiring process. Her...
Getting Keen Career Advancements, Sideways
by Jason Stauffacher - Aug, 2012
I have a great friend, a friend of over 10 years, who just got hired in a major multinational corporation in St. Paul, Minnesota and Minneapolis, proper. It took a few years to get where he is. It’s a better business card by far and the perfect job title than he had even 4 years ago in Anoka. (I must change names to keep things matter of fact, but let’s call him Peter.) Peter was working the whole time, not looking the...
Joblessness and Long-Term Unemployment
by Georgia Adamson - Aug, 2012
The topic of joblessness and long-term unemployment is potentially huge, and I realize that one blog post will not begin to cover it all. However, a teleconference I participated in today gave me some food for thought that I believe could be useful, so I wanted to share it. What is the difference between joblessness and long-term unemployment? As you can probably figure out, these two concepts are potentially differe...
Your career path might be right under your nose!
by Hallie Crawford - Aug, 2012
I was thrilled that our Career Intensive with the Georgia Tech Alumni Association went so well last month. Working with one of the participants reminded me that sometimes the right idea for your next career path is right under your nose. Katie was going around and around in her head with different career ideas, from being a professional organizer, to working in a theater and even thinking of continuing to work in a library as...
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