Interview for the Office of Women’s Advancement and Advocacy: Job Searching, LinkedIn and Best Practices
It was an honor to be interviewed by Christopher Waters for the Office of Women’s Advancement and Advocacy. We had a valuable discussion on job searching, networking, and LinkedIn best practices! We covered: The first thing to do when you begin your job search. The importance of having an updated LinkedIn profile. How to maximize […]
Leveraging LinkedIn for Co-Creation and Community Building
I didn’t create goals this year. (*imagined gasping) They felt heavy – a reminder of all the goals I failed to achieve in 2020. As much grace as I gave myself, I also still carried that disappointment around with me without even realizing it until I sat down to make new goals. An awareness I […]
Taking On Fixing the Broken System of Hiring and Careering
So much money has been thrown into HR tech, and none of it has fixed what’s broken. Will you help me take on fixing the broken system of hiring and careering?
Old School Hiring Practices Facing Scrutiny and Backlash in a Job Seeker’s Market
Here are 10 hiring trends that are shifting as companies become more aware of the need to be attractive to top talent in a job seeker’s market.
Anyone Want to Work for the Government? How the Government Shutdown Will Impact the US Employment Brand
Some people pick their trade or career based on what they like doing, can easily be trained to do, and that will pay them well. And some people take the safest route, the one they think will likely lead to job security. This leaves them vulnerable to being the victim of external job conditions […]
We Are In Big Trouble If Leaders Don’t Start Doing This
How do we shift from a world where rampant mental illness pushes people to the limits of their humanity to a world where we take good care of one another? Could it be as simple as breathing?? Letting go? Healing? Processing? Allowing? Surrendering? Choosing happiness? Self-reflection may be simple, but it’s not easy. I cherish […]
Ditch the Drama – Part 2 Recap of the PA Conference for Women 2018
The breakout session spoke to me: “Ditch Workplace Drama and Drive Results” Oh, Hallelujah! Now, it has been a long time since I had to deal with drama with any regularity, having not been a full-time employee for over 12 years. However, even as a subcontractor and volunteer, just the interacting with other humans for […]
Exit Interviews: 6 Questions to Gain the Utmost Value From Lost Talent
I help talent leave. For many of them, change is hard. It inconveniences them, disrupts their rhythms, and makes them feel very uncomfortable and uncertain, even if it excites them at the same time. By the time people come to me to help them, they are usually in pain. Sometimes it’s even physical. Most people […]