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As a political junkie (which is about 10th in my list of passionate interests), I couldn’t help but be drawn in by this article by Dorie Clark. The comparisons he makes of the job search to a permanent political campaign … Continue reading
Is there a difference in the mindset of a candidate who is unemployed and conducting a job search – and – a passive candidate exploring new opportunities? I’d say many times the difference is actually a wide chasm. CFO Innovation … Continue reading
A recent FENG newsletter contained this quote … “Unfortunately the search process is more like a marathon than a sprint.” While the author was referring to the length of the job search, it is also a true statement when you … Continue reading
Recruiter Greg Savage posted a great article entitled “10 ways the world of recruitment is changing – right now!” Greg identifies himself a as a contrarian – but that has nothing to do with why I like his comments … … Continue reading
You know the movie Ground Hog Day where the same day just keeps repeating itself over and over and over? The movie could just as easily have been called “Insanity” … but maybe that name was already taken. You know … Continue reading
If you are a CFO or Finance Executive who is in a job search or anticipating a move in the next 6-12 months, move away from the “job board” mentality and adopt a “web 2.0” mindset. Having great positioning long before you need it is a smart career management strategy! Continue reading
Are job postings a necessary evil? Necessary? Or, just evil? Continue reading
Recently I stumbled across a primer on common career management misconceptions. Managing your career isn’t rocket science, but it is challenging to get in front of, and drive, your career rather than finding yourself reacting to a trigger event. The author … Continue reading