WHAT I WRITE ABOUT: ‘Career Advice’

Career Options: Mix Business and Social Causes

Thinking about career options, it seems like everyone wants their job to have meaning these days. Is this too much to ask of an economy or the nation’s management teams? While some might argue it’s a bit of a luxury, there’s no reason to believe that focusing on a company, industry or job type that […]

Monday, August 1st, 2016

My Chapter 4: Career Evolution Continues

This post is about career evolution. It’s part announcement and part career advice. It is personal. If you don’t know me or follow the blog, you might skip this one. But I hope not. In about 24 hours (Monday AM), I will start Chapter 4 of my career. Here’s what that means and how it […]

Sunday, October 20th, 2013

Dribbling a Basketball And Your Career

This is a guest blog post by Greg Johnson¬†on career management. Growing up with sports, I see a lot of correlation between sports and career management. A while back I wrote about how free throws relate to interview preparation. And recently at a workshop, a metaphor dawned on me of how little kids dribble in […]

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

5 Career Marketing Strategies That Work

This is a guest blog post by Abby Locke¬†on career marketing strategies. Career marketing strategies is a term being used so loosely these days. Coaches call themselves career marketing experts Advice articles tell you to beef up on your career marketing documents Others say that if you are not effective at career marketing strategies, well, […]

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

Should You Be Working For Free?

This is a guest blog post by Kelly Donovan¬†about working for free – often during a work transition. At some point in your career, you‚Äôve probably been faced with the question of whether working for free made sense. And, whether it was a volunteer gig with a non-profit or freelance work on a pro bono […]

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Professional Development: Learning Never Ends

This is a guest blog post by Dawn Rasmussen¬†on the importance of professional development.¬† Professional development is actually a magic ingredient to a successful career. Case in point: I was just at a conference last week where I met with a lot of career professionals looking for feedback on their r√©sum√©s. You could just see […]

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

Why You’re a Passenger in Your Career

This is a guest blog post by Corey Harlock¬†about professionals with no career plan. Many of us are passengers in our job or career.¬† You go to work, do your job and hope someone recognizes your hard work.¬†If ‚Äúthey‚ÄĚ do actually recognize your contributions then you have to hope they actually deliver on their promise […]

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

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