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  Are You Prepared To Recruit The 'Next' Generation?
by Kathy Bornheimer - Jun, 2011
Are You Prepared To Recruit The “Next” Generation? - Do you remember when the only body part that was pierced was women’s ears? - How do you develop, maintain or use a “blog” and can you tweet with the best of them? - Did you participate in Vietnam War protests, or learn about them on the History Channel? - A candidate says, “Working here would be really fly”; is that good or bad? - Did you buy your first new ca...
 
  Got Ideas? Become a Thought-Leader. Oprah Did.
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2011
Ideas have extraordinary power. They're the basis of the opinions, principles, and convictions that drive us. They underpin the plans we make and actions we take. The more universal the idea, the more promise it evokes, and the more compelling the spokesperson, the more likely we are to adopt it. You don't have to be a big shot to have valuable ideas. You just need a following of colleagues who think your ideas have me...
 
  Losing Your Shirt and Other Consequences of Career Naiveté
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2011
No one wants to look inept, but sometimes we are. It sticks out like a sore thumb when we: ■Lack experience and skills ■Don’t know how the game is played ■Align with the wrong people ■Say the wrong things inadvertently ■Suggest ideas that can’t work Sure, we can try to hide or finesse our naiveté, but in time, word gets around. The good guys and the bad If we’re lucky, we work with...
 
  Predictions about the Future of Gen Y at Work
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2011
As another cohort of young professionals enters the workforce this graduation season, I’ve been pleased to see some more positive articles about Generation Y appearing in the media. Sure, the members of this generation are still young and have a lot to learn, but, these articles assert, maybe they’re not as “entitled” and “coddled” as older generations feared. Finally some good press for today’s twentysomethings! I’ve be...
 
  Want to Serve on a Non-Profit Board? Put Your Business Hat On.
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2011
It lifts us up when we do "good" for others: Help our neighbor, donate money to charity, volunteer at an event, or serve on a non-profit board. Non-profit board positions are platforms from which we can lead, engage support, and help more people. Some people "collect" board appointments to look important and influential. Others can't get beyond operational details to focus on the long-term. Many are so uncomfortable wi...
 
  How to interview and illustrate skills that are a reach
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2011
What are the skills you need to demonstrate when you apply for jobs? It’s usually not very difficult to identify what employers are looking for; their 3000-word, in-depth job descriptions don’t leave much to the imagination. Many firms also post videos, have Facebook sites and Twitter feeds touting their organizations and why you might want to work there. Skip these resources at your own peril — they are telling you exactly...
 
  Career Transition: Go Ahead and have a pity party
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2011
In one of my recent career coaching groups one of my clients, Anna, got on the call saying she’d had a tough week and was overwhelmed with her career research. She also had some personal issues she was dealing with. It all snowballed and ruined most of her week. She was asking us if that was normal, and when it would end. After we talked about how to better organize her career research, I gave her permission to have a pity par...
 
  Rattle The Cage in Your Career Transition
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2011
In my career coaching I use the concept of Gremlins with my coaching clients to help them define and begin to overcome their fears, negative thoughts or obstacles about making a career change. The concept comes from a book I highly recommend called Taming Your Gremlin by Rick Carson. I’ve found over the years is that when your fears intensify, it can be a good thing because it means you are making change. You are doing some...
 
  Why you’re not getting the job
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2011
It’s one of the most difficult and frustrating questions to face. Job seekers usually don’t receive feedback from hiring managers or interviewers, let alone hear why their resume may not have been selected for an interview. Instead, they are left to wonder if there is something wrong with them. I don’t advise job seekers rely too much on the old stand-by reasons why they didn’t get the job: ageism (they want a 25-year old,...
 
  How You Should BE for an Interview
by Thomas J. Denham - Jun, 2011
What happens during the interview will determine your future. Make no mistake, you are a commodity and the most successful job hunter is the one that can close the sale. Your Goal: Convince the interviewer that you are absolutely the best person to fill the position. Remember: Ultimately, every question an interviewer asks you is related to one simple question: “Why should I hire you?” All of your long hours of hard w...
 
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