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  Executive Coaching to Enhance Emotional Intelligence
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2013
Executive Coaching to Enhance Emotional Intelligence Sustainable leaders know that serving others is the key to more innovation and creativity, greater team involvement, happier followers, creating a high involvement culture and better business results. For the past year, I have been been collaborating with the senior VP of Human Resources of a multi-billion dollar global engineering company. He is supporting my executi...
 
  Team Accountability – Employee Accountability Requires Engagement
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2013
Team Accountability – Employee Accountability Requires Engagement Mindful leaders know that serving others is the key to better business results, greater team involvement, happier followers and a sustainable future. I recently spoke with the senior VP of Human Resources of a Silicon Valley company regarding providing executive coaching for the company CEO. She asked some very insightful questions to determine fit. She sp...
 
  6 Questions You MUST Be Prepared To Answer During Interviews
by Patricia Erickson - Oct, 2013
Increasing your chances of getting the job are pretty simple if you’re well prepared for your next interview. If you’re ready to answer some of the most common interview questions, you’re a step ahead of your competition. Here are six questions you must be prepared to answer during interviews: 1. Why Don’t You Tell Me About Yourself? Approach this question as it relates to the job for which you are applying. Develop a...
 
  4 Signs That Your Job Could Be Stolen By A Robot
by Erika Andersen - Oct, 2013
This is not a joke, even though it sounds like a bad sci-fi movie or the title of a smudgy xeroxed screed being circulated amongst conspiracy theorists. I just read an article in Fast Company citing a recent Oxford University study that shows how almost half (47% ) of current jobs could be done by machines in the fairly near future. Reading this article sent me on an internet search for “jobs in danger of being automated”...
 
  “You Can’t Always Get What You Want…”: How To Get The Most Value From An Informational Interview
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2013
With apologies to Mick Jagger, while an informational interview may not get you the job you want, you just might find you get what you need: Useful, insightful information about a job, a career or an industry; information that has the potential of yielding both short and long-term benefits, not only with respect to any job search you may currently be conducting but for long-term professional development as well. Before w...
 
  Objectives on Resumes Are So Last Century - Really??
by Jean Cummings - Oct, 2013
People have been telling you for years now to drop the objective on your resume - it automatically dates you and makes your resume look old-fashioned. Well, that is undeniably true, if we're talking about the typical objective statement that reads like: Objective: Seeking a position as a Project Manager where I can contribute to the company and continue to upgrade my skills. Ditch it, if you've got one like it. But let...
 
  The top 5 things you should do on LinkedIn each week
by Hallie Crawford - Oct, 2013
So, you have created your profile and now you are done with the obligatory LinkedIn stuff. Hold on a minute! You might be okay with passively using LinkedIn if you’re not currently job searching, but in order to reap the benefits of a live network, you need to nurture it so it grows over time. Here are 5 things you should do on LinkedIn each week to stay engaged, grow your network, and connect with opportunities: 1. Up...
 
  3 Popular Resume Writing Clichés to Avoid
by Debra Wheatman - Oct, 2013
Selecting the appropriate adjectives to describe your best self in your resume can be a daunting challenge. For the professional resume writers and career coaches on our team, doing this task on behalf of our clients can be even tougher. Below are 4 of the most common resume writing clichés we see, and our suggestions on what to do to avoid using them incorrectly and turning off a potential employer. The key takeaway is a less...
 
  Breaking the rules in your job search
by Harry Urschel - Oct, 2013
There’s a bumper sticker quote I see from time to time that always makes me smile… Well behaved women rarely make history I like it, because it’s true not just for women, but for virtually anyone that makes a positive impact in the world. Greatness and success rarely comes about by simply following all the rules. It’s by doing the unexpected, outside the norm, by not following the set patterns that people break out and a...
 
  Going too far outside the box in your job search
by Harry Urschel - Oct, 2013
Getting employers’ attention in today’s job market it no easy task! When organizations get dozens, or hundreds of applicants for each job opening, it’s hard to get noticed even if you’re a perfect fit. Being unique in some way, doing something attention-grabbing, or getting creative is one way to rise to the top. Taking the idea too far, however, can hurt more than it can help. What are some things to consider?...
 
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