Tag Archives: Networking

Networking Can Be More Than Self-Promotion

A difficult career development concept for many to accept is the notion that networking, by which is meant the building and cultivating of a group of professionally oriented contacts, is necessary to grow and flourish a career. Many smart and … Continue reading

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Consider a Career in Gaming

I recently conversed with an old friend who was transitioning into retirement from a lifelong career as a golf course owner and superintendent. He shared with me his observation of a decline in the golf business in recent years not … Continue reading

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The Continued Evolution of LinkedIn

The professional, business, and employment social media online platform LinkedIn is at it again, but in a bigger way this time. As individuals who regularly use LinkedIn to source talent, post jobs, display professional profiles, or network with other users we … Continue reading

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Mid-Career Considerations

So you’ve reached mid-career. How can you tell? I’d say there are 3 signs: You’re age is north of 40 but is less than 55, you’ve developed a substantial skill set in a particular field, and you have established a … Continue reading

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Leave No Stones Unturned In Your Job Search Strategy

Barri Wyman, formerly of Keene, is the kind of employee every company would want. She’s hard working, loyal to her employer, dedicated to keeping up with the changes in her profession, and consistently driven to bring about a high quality … Continue reading

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