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    10 Factors to Weigh When Defining Your DREAM Job


    Ask most people to define what their DREAM job would look like and you’re likely to get answers such as these:

    “I would make more money and get a significant promotion.” “I would work for a company that gives me considerably more responsibility and authority and my skills and talents would be genuinely appreciated. “My…
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    Posted in Career Development, Career Resources, Employer Branding, Job Search, Personal Branding

    Digital Branding for the Job Seeker Part 1


    Part 1: For Many Careers, Resumes are Becoming Less of a Job Search Focal Point

    It’s a fact that the majority of intelligent, thorough recruiters as well as hiring managers Google the names of job seekers they interview. Not only are they searching, but they are giving heightened hiring priority to those who have a …

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    How to Win Friends in Corporate America

    Corporate America, especially in a down economy is a very difficult place to get ahead. In some corporate cultures, people are out to get each other as much as they are out to win business from prospective clients.

    Politically speaking, you have to be highly savvy to get ahead. By savvy, I am referring to …

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    Eliminating “It’s Not My Job Attitudes” at Your Workplace

    The more client work I do the more creative I have to get.

    I find my clients’ continue to offer me unique opportunities to stretch my comfort zone as I try to stretch theirs’. It’s become a wonderful symbiotic relationship.

    Last week I was confronted with a situation where a client was challenged with a …

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    Branding by Association – Part II

    In the world of personal branding, there are influences on your brand that you may not realize. In a post from a few weeks ago, Branding By Association, I referenced how your associates can influence how others consider you.  Associating yourself with certain groups will affect how you are perceived – both positively and negatively. …

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    The Optimistic vs Pessimistic Job Applicant

    There are two ways to look at life, one’s job search and the inevitable interviewing rejection each job seeker incurs. The first is to imagine the worst and be prone to depression when we encounter each roadblock. The second is to look at interviewing rejection as a temporary setback and to leverage that disappointment into …

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    What Does Love Have To Do With Workplace Productivity?

    I’ll never forget my first marketing class in graduate school. My professor asked the class for the definition of marketing and we all attempted to give astute answers. I recall confidently answering with one of the most well-known, conventional definitions for marketing described as the four P’s (product, price, promotion and place) and was quickly …

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    New Generation’s Bap Rap In Workplace Is Undeserved

    There is a lot of scuttlebutt about managing multi-generations in the workforce today.

    Yet, I wonder if it’s any different, or more challenging than previous eras. I mean, hiring and managing the flower children of the 60s that transitioned into the workplace in the early 70s couldn’t have been a picnic for traditional business owners, …

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    What Makes Employees Love Their CEO

    CEOs are everywhere, but great ones are far and few between. Hitting sales goals and keeping costs inline are achievements that good CEOs must meet in order to keep stakeholders happy, but it takes more than that to get accolades from employees.

    “It’s very hard to be a great CEO,” says Paul Winum, senior partner …

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    For Success: Take The Emotions Out of Decision Making

    Every major sport has a trade market. It’s one of the main ways that teams try and make moves to either win now, or build for the future. As an avid Celtics fan, I have watched my team make good and bad moves over the years. The biggest moves of my time were the trades …

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