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Category Archives: Job Searching

How Executives (Or Anyone Else) Can Bounce Back After Being Let Go

#fired, #laidoff #furlough #jobsearch #coaching #jobsearchcoaching #careersuccess

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The Best Gifts Don’t Come in Boxes

coaching, mentoring, job search, talent maximization

Also posted in Career, Careers, Coaching, Mentoring

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If It Can Happen To Snoopy It Can Happen To You: How To Bounce Back After Being Fired

job search coaching, fired, termination, job search, coaching

Also posted in Careers, Coaching, Seasoned Workers


Happy Independence Day: The Perfect Day to Free Yourself From Your Job

Happy Independence day from beautiful Cape Cod! I’m able to enjoy the 4th, 5th and 6th of July from the beach because I have freed myself from a situation that was no longer working for me. I chose freedom over security. What about you? Why are you still hanging onto a job that no longer […]

Also posted in Careers, Coaching

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Five Keys To Building A Joyous Life

Career Development, Workplace Happiness, Joyous Life, Careers, Millennials

Also posted in Careers, Coaching, General Observations, Learning and Development, Millennials

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Searching for Mr. or Ms. Right

talent magnetism, job search, top talent

Also posted in Careers, Creating Exceptional Work Places, Talent Acquisition and Retention

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2014 Development Opportunities

career development, executive coaching, job search, coaching, mentoring

Also posted in Coaching, Learning and Development, Productivity

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Watch Your Language

language, hiring, interviewing

Also posted in Hiring and Recruitment, Image

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Five Life-Changing Ideas For Parents of New Grads

Congratulations to those of you who are now the parents of college graduates. For many, it’s been a long haul, but now your job is done. That’s right. It’s time to turn the reins over to your children who are now young adults. Here’s how you can best help them thrive. Take them off the […]

Also posted in General Observations

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Is it Time for You to Quit Your Job?

The signs are there. You just have to be willing to read the writing on the wall. In my book, Suddenly in Charge, I talk about the five signs that it’s time to quit your job. Here are three of them: You call in sick more than you call in well. Your job is making […]

Also posted in Careers, Suddenly In Charge

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