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  Be a go-giver — it improves your career prospects and so much more!
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2011
“Every March 28th, I make two phone calls — one to the person who took a chance and hired me in 2003 and one to the person who taught me to drive on the other side of the road when I came to the U.S. from Singapore.” If you knew Lynn Wong, you wouldn’t be surprised that she remembers those important people in her life! I met Lynn via an introduction from my friend, Jenny DeVaughn. (That’s not very surprising, as I’ve written...
 
  11 Qualities of Executive Presence
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
I’ve noticed an increase in requests from companies and law firms seeking help for high potential leaders to improve their “executive presence”. When I inquire into what they mean by executive presence I get variety responses. I’ve learned to get clarification by asking the HR person or actual potential executive coaching client to describe the leader’s current behavior and what cultivating more executive presence would look...
 
  Executive Presence and Leadership Development
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
I’ve received several calls the last few months from companies and law firms seeking help for a high potential leader to cultivate “executive presence”. When I inquire into what they mean by executive presence I get a variety of responses. I usually ask the HR person or actual potential executive coaching client to describe the leader’s current behavior and what having more executive presence would look like. The behaviors...
 
  Searching for Executive Presence
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
I’ve seen an increase in requests from companies and law firms seeking help for a high potential leader to improve their “executive presence”. When I inquire into what they mean by executive presence I get a variety of responses. I usually ask the HR person or actual potential executive coaching client to describe the leader’s current behavior and what cultivating more executive presence would look like behaviorally. The be...
 
  Don’t give up on your dream career – taking one small step at a time
by Hallie Crawford - Feb, 2011
I had a great time speaking at Agnes Scott last week. Over 50 alumnae from Agnes Scott attended the event, and the level of energy, participation and learning was great! Participants left with very specific advice on how to create their business cards and how to develop a networking strategy. One woman who attended the event wants to start a company creating her own greeting cards, but has no money to get started. She came...
 
  Stop Comparing, Mind Your Own Business
by Hallie Crawford - Feb, 2011
I was working with a new client the other day in an all day intensive career coaching program. She flew in from Louisiana to work with me, and right off the bat I sensed that she was comparing herself to her friends. She told me point blank that she was frustrated with the fact that “all of her friends knew what they wanted to do next” and she didn’t. It was clear this was creating a lot of anxiety for her. I see this often...
 
  Job Seeker: Where’s the Joy?
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Feb, 2011
I sat staring at the computer screen, stifled. Emails crowded my view, like schools of fish, mouths open for food. Will I trigger an undulating wave by diving into this email ocean? Or, perhaps I’ll engage with MS Word and apply the needed salve to dozens of career documents. Will I get sucked into an abyss of streaming insights? At the end of the day, will my applying energy this direction result in hundreds of words st...
 
  How To Beat the Winter Career Blahs
by Lindsey Pollak - Feb, 2011
I am writing this blog post while watching snowflakes pile up on the windowsill outside my New York City office. The snow is beautiful and peaceful…that is, until I have to go outside and trudge through it. As much training as I’ve had in “appreciating the moment” and “turning lemons into lemonade,” I’ll be honest: this freezing, snowy winter is starting to get me down. If you’re feeling the same way, here are some techn...
 
  Job vs. Career
by Thomas J. Denham - Feb, 2011
Having multiple careers is an ever increasing trend. The average American may have two, three or even five careers during their lifetime, but even more extensive array of jobs. In the world of work, the terms “job,” “occupation” and “career” are often used interchangeably. However, there are some major differences that need to be clarified. Job A job is a position with specific duties and responsibilities that are regul...
 
  Take another look at transferable skills: You’ve heard it over and over – listen in this time
by Hallie Crawford - Feb, 2011
This New Year’s, Frank, Vaughn and I attended a party where I spoke to a woman, Donna, who gave me a great story for the idea of transferable skills. Donna was a marketing and ad representative for MSNBC and NBC for years in New York City. She really enjoyed her work, but after several years she realized it wasn’t what she wanted to do forever. One of Donna’s friends told her about corporate real estate leasing. She had never...
 
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