Tag Archives: career management

Reflections on 2010, The Career

This has been another interesting year in my rather winding and non-linear career path. The year started out at BPI group (yes – they confuse everyone with a lower case “g”). That ended June 30, and I started with my … Continue reading

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4 More Tips for Success in a New Job

First – thanks to everyone who’s visited and read my post about 4 Tips for Success in a New Job. I am now starting my third week, and I thought this might be a good time to revisit those tips … Continue reading

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Leadership Under Pressure – 3 Lessons Learned the Hard Way

It’s hard to miss the furor over Shirley Sherrod, the Department of Agriculture official from Georgia who was unceremoniously sacked – okay – “asked” to resign – after a doctored video appeared on a political blog. The doctored video was … Continue reading

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Work / Life Balance – A Key to Career Success

On May 25th, I was very privileged to be a panelist at LEAD – a women’s leadership group within Bank of America. The event was designed to provide insight about balancing career and family demands. The group was focused on what LEAD … Continue reading

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Using Facebook in Your Job Search

With a reported membership of 400 million ACTIVE users, defined by Facebook as “users who returned to the site in the last 30 days,” Facebook is the undisputed king of social networking sites. But for many of my clients, Facebook … Continue reading

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Using a WordPress Blog to Promote Your Brand

I know. You’ve already seen a gazillion blog posts and articles about branding. And there are some good resources out there about getting started with WordPress (and I WILL provide links to some of my favorites!). In my work with … Continue reading

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Resume and Linked In Profile Cliches – BE GONE!

I am a highly motivated, dynamic self-starter, results-oriented, hard-working, dedicated, team-player with excellent multi-tasking and communications skills. I have 20+ years experience in fast-paced environments. And I never met a cliché I didn’t like. It doesn’t matter whether you are … Continue reading

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