Monthly Archives: December 2009

Developing a Devotional Career

Priesthood is not a career. It is a devotion to service that does not differentiate into work time vs. home time or time-on and time-off. Being there twenty-four/seven only begins to describe the commitment that a religious practitioner, whether it … Continue reading

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The Resume Nerd

I’m a career consultant who actually likes to write resumes. It seems that many of my ilk either like delivering the coaching/consultancy/guidance part or the resume part, but not both. I don’t totally get that. I see the two as … Continue reading

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The Changing Face of the Workplace

It’s been interesting to notice that one of the consequences of the Recession is the growing discrepancy between traditional management practices during belt-tightening times and the changing nature of talent acquisition. Recessions naturally cause a thinning out of businesses. Typically, … Continue reading

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