Talk at Parties Can Help Your Career

By | December 22nd, 2014|Blog|

'Tis the season to go to family gatherings and parties. Sometimes the small talk can be fun and interesting, and other times, it can be awkward or just plain boring. Career plans or employment are a natural topic of many party conversations, but not always a piece of cake to navigate. Even though many of [...]

Qualitative Contributions & Resumes

By | August 31st, 2014|Blog|

Lots of people tell me that they don’t have any accomplishments to highlight on their resume. But, if you’ve been in a job for any reasonable length of time, you have contributed something that’s of value to your current AND future employers - in the qualitative realm.  And, you want to keep track of it. [...]

Size Matters

By | February 2nd, 2014|Blog|

Like it our not, we live in a time and society where the size of things matter – especially bank accounts, income levels, and other external gauges of success. Numbers matter more than at any point in history, to businesses and public sector organizations at all levels. Reasons for that are many: Steadily shrinking budgets [...]