Personal Rebranding: How To Be Seen Differently

There is always a lot of buzz about personal branding, and a lot of the focus is on consistency. Apple as design, Walmart as low prices, Fedex as dependable delivery. People who have successfully branded themselves are also known for something specific.

6 Things That Should Be On A Resume

Technology has all but destroyed the recruiting process. Although it varies, ERE’s Dr. John Sullivan reports on average 250 resumes are received for each corporate job opening, so your resume faces a lot of competition. I have even read numbers as high as 1,000 resumes per posting. If you post you

Seven Things To Do At The Start Of Your Job Search

Employment figures are improving so much that the Fed might finally raise rates! Anecdotally, I’ve been getting a lot of calls from my recruiter colleagues about openings, especially recruiting openings. When recruiters need to be hired, that means the company is anticipating increased hiring in t

Want a Raise in 2017? Don’t Make These Mistakes

Happy new year. Welcome back. Hope you had a great holiday. Hope you spent time with the family. Hope you decompressed. Now….back to work. And time to think about your 2017 raise. Wait, you may be saying, “I just got through the 2016 review process”…. or “I just got a raise”…. or “Do

Investing in Yourself is a Habit You Need to Build

At this point, it’s likely that you’ve read enough productivity advice or followed enough influencers on Linkedin to know how important it is to invest time and resources in your own professional development. The truth is, the skills you need to land a job are, in fact, totally different from th

The Single Biggest Mistake I’ve Seen Women Make at Work

Over my years in business, I’ve worked with a lot of women, I’ve managed a lot of women, I’ve promoted a lot of women, I am a woman. And the biggest mistake that I’ve seen women – and particularly younger women – make at work is…….. They kinda mistake it for school. Huh? You may [&he