The Hard Conversation When You’re Fired or Laid Off

The Hard Conversation When You’re Fired or Laid Off

You may be tempted to react emotionally, but this is an important business conversation for which you need to be wholly present.
 
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One of the most shocking conversations you will ever have in your job is when your boss tells you that you’re done working for the company. Maybe it’s a layoff […]

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These 3 Strategies Turn Interviews into Offers

These 3 Strategies Turn Interviews into Offers

Is This the Reason You Keep Getting Interviews That Don’t Turn Into Offers?
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Jackson was a newly minted grad with software engineering skills pursuing his first job. He was getting tons of interest from the right kind of employers, but it wasn’t leading anywhere. Frustrated that he wasn’t getting offers, he couldn’t […]

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5 Steps to Making a Career Change

5 Steps to Making a Career Change

Making a career change is more about endurance than it is about strength. Thank goodness.
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Research continues to show that you’ll have numerous career paths in your lifetime. Millennials, for example, are expecting to stay in jobs less than three years and most undoubtedly will change careers as their […]

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I wasn’t top talent. You?

I wasn’t top talent. You?

Leadership is for everyone.
 
I’ve been focused recently on lots of leadership development work as it was one of the goals I set when I moved to New York late last year. Very exciting, and also interesting.
 
I notice that many employers focus leadership development efforts on a higher-level echelon of employees that they see as high potential, top talent, often […]

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How You Can Beat the “You Don’t Have Experience” Objection

How You Can Beat the “You Don’t Have Experience” Objection

If you’re a new or recent grad, the lack of experience can be a job search blocker. It can become a major point of frustration (and annoyance) as you attempt to launch your career. However, I’ve seen numerous success stories with clients who have overcome this dilemma, and I want to share some strategies about how you can do that, too.

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