Retirement Plans Important in Career Management
by Georgia Adamson - Jan, 2013
If you have not yet considered eventual retirement as a part of your overall career management, I encourage you to start now. We all know that the economy and job market have become seriously more challenging over the past several years. What you might not have thought enough about is whether you need to revamp your career management planning in light of the need to cover your retirement years. While I tend to be an optimi...
Why It’s Important to Have Branded, Coordinated Job Search Materials
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2013
Do you want your resume, cover letter, and biography to look disheveled or professional and well-prepared? These documents are a reflection of you as a candidate—and as such, how you present yourself is important to how you’re perceived as a potential employee. Therefore, having documents that don’t match in style, format, design, or branding can really portray you as unorganized, not very detail-oriented, and lackluster. Howe...
Career Success Elusive? No Complaints, Please
by Georgia Adamson - Jan, 2013
If you have yet to capture the career success you dream of, stop to think before you complain about that. This is not to suggest that you are a complainer or that you complain without reason. However, please bear with me, because I do have a point I want to get across here. No one would describe me as a sports fan, and because I tend not to follow sports events closely, I often miss some amazing stories. When someone bring...
How to Identify the Next Hot Trend in 2013
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2013
There’s no better way to ensure your value than to identify a trend and capitalize on it before your competitors get to the table. But how do you do this without a crystal ball or a time machine? Here are some suggestions for honing your sense of what’s coming next in your field. Notice Systems That Are Broken If a broken process or system affects enough people, they will start to complain – and loudly. When the noise...
Companies hire skill sets, not job titles
by Dawn Bugni - Jan, 2013
A recent client had just completed his computer science degree. Currently, he was working as a delivery driver for a national courier service. Prior to that, he had been in the Navy. He was ready to launch his computer industry career starting as help desk technician. He told me he had absolutely no help desk experience. He feared finding even an entry level position “in this market” with his background. He told me I’d se...
How to Meet and Influence People You Don't Know
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
One of the most important factors you probably aren't considering in your job hunt is how important it is to influence what people you do not know think of you. What? You need to worry about people you don't know? Absolutely—it's probably the most overlooked job-search step you aren't doing anything about. Of course, there is a catch: your goal is to increase the number of people who know, like, and trust you. You should i...
3 Steps to Clarify Your Career Direction
by Kim Meninger - Jan, 2013
One of the greatest challenges facing employed and unemployed professionals alike is lack of a clear career direction. Most professionals focus narrowly on their daily work and fail to think more broadly about their long-term career goals. They do not stop to consider whether the steps they are taking today are likely to lead them to their desired levels of career success and satisfaction in the future. Having a clear ca...
Why your boss doesn’t like you and what you can do
by Miriam Salpeter - Dec, 2012
You have that pit in the bottom of your stomach every time you need to talk to your boss. If he or she doesn’t seem to like you, what can you do? You have a few choices. 1) throw your hands up and hope you win the lottery soon or 2) try to figure out why you’re not a favorite in the office and make changes so you can earn some favor with the boss. Unless a windfall or a new job is in the offing, it’s time to make change...
10 Bits of Career Expert Advice You Want to Ignore
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Dec, 2012
While we all heed advice from time to time to learn and grow, it is good to be reminded that not all "expert" advice is good. Check out these 10 tips from career "experts" that you may actually want to ignore: 1. Your resume should never go longer than one page. While conciseness and clarity is key in any written document, words in and of themselves are not "bad." Master Resume Writer Dawn Bugni says, "It takes words to co...
Career Success, Not a Failure
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2012
I once read this saying: “You never fail until you stop trying.” That pretty much sums up my outlook and fits well into the article that inspired today’s blog post. Most of us have no idea how to predict the future–even if some of you can make fairly good educated guesses–so we have no idea what might lie around the next bend in the road, either in life or in our career. Yet you might find yourself feeling like a failure becau...
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