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Leadership and career
August 17, 2016

5 Ways to Manage Employees Along Their Career Path

Performance reviews are one thing, but they generally only look back. Supervisors can benefit too by looking forward and giving employees guidance and feedback on the future of their careers. There are many reasons for managers to talk to workers about their future. From nurturing their growth and development to…
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Hiring
May 31, 2016

Age Discrimination Isn’t Always to Blame

Q: I was part of a reduction-in-force at a well-known engineering firm two years ago. It employed about 44,000 professionals; now it has about 14,000.  My background includes a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an M.B.A., and I am 59 years old.  I joined a Houston job search organization and…
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Leadership and career
May 23, 2016

A Stalled Search Can Be Pegged to Attitude

Negativity is easily spotted by perceptive recruiters. QUESTION: I have read and re-read your article "Tips to Help Defeat the 'Pariah Syndrome.'" The suggestions in the article aren't useful to me. I have reached the conclusion that because I am over 45 years of age, no one will employ me.…
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Leadership and career
May 20, 2016

Job-Seeking Pitfalls to Avoid

CareerBuilder estimates that three in four full-time employees are open to or are actively looking for new job opportunities.  Are you one of them? If you’re actively looking, then you’re probably familiar with the maxim, “Looking for a job is a full-time job.”  Like most clichés, there’s truth in that statement. …
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Leadership and career
January 29, 2016

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Bosses

Weren’t you supposed to go to the gym three times this week? Hey, don’t feel bad. It’s the end of January, so right about now most of us have already started pooping out on our New Year’s Resolutions. After all, breaking bad habits and replacing them with good ones takes…
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Leadership and career
January 18, 2016

From Entrepreneur to Employee

Q: "After almost eight years of working for myself, I am re-entering the job market. The reasons are basic: I wish to interact with others and get a regular paycheck. I have put together a terrific resume and am applying for a whole variety of positions, but all I've gotten…
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Leadership and career
January 4, 2016

Focus on Your Goals to Boost Job Search Prospects

Even the best credentials can be overlooked if employers don't know how you would fit in I recently received a message that began: "When I graduated from MIT with an electrical engineering degree, my future appeared secure. Forecasters were predicting a strong demand for electrical engineers, managers and executives far…
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Leadership and career
December 18, 2015

Networking Without a Referral

Q: I want to contact the VP of Marketing of a fast-growing high tech company in my area. I have never met the guy, and I don't know anyone who can introduce us. How can I interest him in a networking appointment?  A: First you'll need to find out as…
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Leadership and career
November 25, 2015

8 Ways to Master Holiday Networking

The season of holiday parties is coming up, and with many professionally oriented events, it may be time to brush up on your networking skills.  There are some strategies that can help you make connections while still having fun.  Here are eight tips that will make the most of your…
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November 24, 2015

How to Become Your Own PR Person

By: Grace Killelea Having a good public relations or media specialist on your team is one of the keys to selling yourself. But regardless of how good they are - you are your best representative. After all, you know how fabulous you really are. And with the right tools, you…
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