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  Why you need your own website - and how to get one!
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2011
Do you believe you need an online presence to help you land a job — or to help you manage your career? I spent 45 minutes last week trying to convince a career-changing friend she needed HerName.com. She is finishing an advanced degree and will be looking for opportunities in a teaching specialty. She can’t understand why it is important to have an online presence, and she made some good points: - I’m going to get a job b...
 
  5 Job Search Tips for International Students
by Lindsey Pollak - Feb, 2011
I was struck by a recent front page story in The New York Times that discussed the steady rise in Chinese students applying to U.S. colleges and universities. While the article focused on how schools like Grinnell College in Iowa actively recruit in China and how an international students can “have an edge if he or she can pay full tuition,” my mind immediately fast-forwarded four years: Will the same universities that woo...
 
  6 Steps for Building Executive Presence
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
Recently, I’ve received a dramatic increase in requests from companies and law firms seeking help for leaders to improve their “executive presence”. When I inquire into what they mean by executive presence I very often get quite different responses. I seek clarification by asking the HR Director or potential executive coaching client to describe the leader’s current behavior and what cultivating more executive presence would...
 
  Developing Executive Presence – What Really Matters
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
I’ve received a noticeable 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 very different responses. I seek clarification by asking the HR Director or potential executive coaching client to describe the leader’s current behavior and what cultivating more executive presence would look...
 
  Is your client a natural manager?
by Wendy Enelow - Feb, 2011
Three groups of talents are often associated with people in supervisory positions: the initiators or developers – the people who come up with the vision and get the ball rolling; the planners and analyzers – the people who take that vision and make it a reality by planning on how to put the right elements in place, or improve upon what is already there; and the front-line managers or operations supervisors- the people who main...
 
  What’s Your Story?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
I recently facilitated a Leadership Retreat for the Managing Partners of a law firm. We focused a great deal on improving interpersonal communication and creating more work/life balance. The legal profession is a rewarding, but very demanding profession. Managing partners are often stressed out and burned out. One of the partners shared that she was in a constant state of “fight or flight”. During the retreat, we did a ver...
 
  Building Executive Presence - Storytelling for Professional Success
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2011
Building Executive Presence - Storytelling for Professional Success I’ve received 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 responses that are all over the map. I seek clarification by asking the HR person or actual potential executive coaching client to describe the le...
 
  Enough with the Excuses-Just Get Started
by Hallie Crawford - Feb, 2011
I was talking to my group coaching client, Jodi, this week. She was concerned that she hadn’t yet identified her ideal career, and was putting a lot of pressure on herself to not only figure it out, but to have a plan with each specific action step she needed to take to make it happen. I told her, like I tell all of my clients, that this isn’t realistic. Career transition is a process that has to unfold. It’s organic and y...
 
  Top 10 Tips for Phone Interviews
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2011
Phone interviews are a crucial first step in the hiring process. The purpose of a phone interview is to narrow down the pool of candidates who will be invited to in-person interviews. Below are tips to make sure you are prepared on how to best present yourself in hope of being chosen to move on to an on-site interview. A phone interview should not be taken lightly since a phone screen is a prerequisite for a face-to-face meeti...
 
  Who Needs a Cover Letter? You Do!
by Wendy Enelow - Feb, 2011
Executive-level clients frequently ask me if they need a cover letter. They’re not convinced anyone reads them, and they often wonder if writing them is worth the time and effort. These concerns are not completely unfounded. About one-third of hiring managers will never look at a cover letter, another one-third will go back and look after reading the resume, and the final one-third will go through the resume IF the cover l...
 
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