Tag: career management

  • A Two-Letter Word That Heightens Your Brand

    Let’s explore a two-letter word that heightens your brand, résumé, and LinkedIn profile. Yes, there are a lot of opinions about résumés, and it can be confusing. We all have our reasons and you ultimately have to decide which reasons most align with you and how you do things. So, this advice may not resonate […]

  • How to Custom-design Your Next Role or Get on the Executive Fast-Track

    How to Custom-design your Next Role or Get on the Executive Fast-Track If you’re not networking internally within your company (as explained in the last post) then you are minimizing your opportunities to grow in an organization. A record-breaking number of people are now just deciding to jump ship for better opportunities and pay. In […]

  • The Best Habits To Start Today To Turbo Boost Your Career Growth

    When I was teaching business students career management and professional development at Drexel University, a 1-credit course that they were required to pass in order to graduate, there were questions as to the relevance of the class by certain students who had jobs already or planned to start their own businesses. They were not just […]

  • 3 Steps To Ensure Your Next Position Is Better Than Your Last One

          Everyone seems to be running away from something rather than toward something. For example, many clients do not come to me or approach me until they see that they are running out of money, and so they decide to run away from a lack of money. Or others still find themselves in […]

  • Kick butt in your job search – hike with me!

    Can kicking butt in a workout help kick start your job search? We often find ourselves at a creative peak while we are giving our bodies a moderate workout. Recently, a client of mine was following popular advice: incorporating stress-relieving physical activities into a job seeking regimen. I realized I would have much rather had […]