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Looking for Life-Long Learning Opportunities

Employers like to hire people who keep their skills up to date. The best way to do this is to become a life-long learner. The Education resume section shouldn’t just begin and end with your university degrees. Keep on learning. Take classes, view webinars, participate in association chat and conference sessions, anything that will increase… Read more »

Working Virtually Amidst Covid-19

          Many of us have been working from home for years.  Now called a “Virtual” or “Remote” environment, with the global healthcare crisis consuming daily activities, many more of you are getting the opportunity to see that “working from home” isn’t always as glamorous as it seemed when you were working… Read more »

Leadership Tools for Executives Seeking New Opportunities

  Taking on a new leadership opportunity can come with undue stress surrounding the demands and qualifications of the role. Familiarizing yourself with the common tools executives use to operate at their full potential can make a major difference in your confidence entering the new position. Use the strategies listed below to give yourself a… Read more »

4 Ways to Help Employees Adapt to New Leadership Roles

    Adapting to a new role can be difficult for any professional, but add the pressure of new leadership responsibilities, and things get even more complex. Helping employees adapt to their new leadership roles through career goal management, training, and feedback allows new leaders to transition with ease while moving the company closer to… Read more »

How can you improve your leadership skills easily?

    (The following post is a guest post from Alma Causey.)   “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams Finding actionable ways to motivate yourself and others towards achieving a specific achievement is a powerful thing. With more than… Read more »

Why An Objective On A Resume Makes You Look Old

The days of your resume starting out with “Objective: Experienced Executive Sales Manager seeking to ….” are long gone!  If you are still using a line like that to open up your executive resume, you may as well realize that your chance of getting selected for an interview is probably long gone as well.  Lose… Read more »

Do You Have the Spark to Advance Your Executive Career?

We all hit points throughout our career where we hit a stall or things become stale. This could be due to getting comfortable with your current position or simply not knowing what direction you want to go. Using your LinkedIn profile for networking purposes can help you find some direction and potentially lead to other… Read more »