Four Tips to Take Advantage of the Holidays to Find a Job Dec 14, 2014

We often believe that hiring slows down prior to the New Year. THIS IS A MYTH! If anything, hiring managers are still searching for applicants; however, interviews and hiring decisions may be slower because of the inability to get a team of coworkers together.

While holidays may be busy with...

Continue Reading...
Have You Found a Job Yet?- How to Respond During the Holidays practical advice Nov 25, 2014

While your friends and family may have the best of intentions and care about your well-being, transitioning careers is an emotional time.

We live in a society where the second question after meeting someone is often, “What do you do?” which can come across as, “What is your...

Continue Reading...
The 3 Best Career Research Websites practical advice Nov 10, 2014

There are hundreds of websites to support career research; however, it can be overwhelming to have to figure out the best ones out there and where to start. When I work clients, I suggest they research basic information about careers before they continue on to websites that provide more...

Continue Reading...
Parents, help foster children’s career skills practical advice Oct 23, 2014
10 p.m. MDT October 23, 2014

If you’re a parent, you’ve likely wondered what you can do to foster career success for your children, even from an early age.

You don’t want to meddle too much, but you don’t want to leave them unprepared either — at least that’s...

Continue Reading...
How to Demonstrate Your New Skills to a Potential Employer practical advice Jul 14, 2014

Taking low-cost or free classes is a great way to gain knowledge and skills about a subject area that you may be lacking on your resume. To learn more about where to find these classes, read here.

I’ve had clients take classes on video editing, CPR, Microsoft Word, copywriting, marketing,...

Continue Reading...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9