Monthly Archives: October 2009

You Really Must Be Busy!

I attended a “Speed Networking” event in Concord recently and I heard it again, “You’re a career coach and resume writer? You must be really busy during these times!” How I wish. I hear this line, or some variation of … Continue reading

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The New Education and Today’s Workforce

When thinking about the  future of America’s workforce I can’t help but think of any changes that may or may not be happening in the way in which this workforce is now being educated. I’ve implied in past blogs, perhaps … Continue reading

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Career Development in the Learning Organization

I have been sharing with you a series of pieces designed to get you to critically examine you current place of employment to see if it is meeting your individual career development needs. When you think about your job is … Continue reading

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Oh, Those Performance Reviews!

Continuing now with my series on what to watch for with your current employer to see if they meet your career development needs. Again, career development from your perspective and theirs may not be exactly the same. In many cases … Continue reading

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