Author Archives: My Greener Future
A little author bio about My Greener FutureMy Greener Future is a Job Search Strategy and Career Coaching Company. At My Greener Future, you will be connected with industry coaches who care about you and your career as much as you do. They will work with you to create your very own custom career plan and support you in achieving your short term and long term career goals. Join My Greener Future TODAY and see how it will change the way you think about your career.
Job-hopping is about moving from one company to another in order to advance your career. We’re not talking about internal promotions or lateral moves to expand responsibilities or for further training. Discussion of the job-hopping question is complex, because the implications of job-hopping are very individual and personal. Much of it depends upon your [Read the full story …]
Work must be very painful for you to quit your job in a fit of frustration or rage. You might want to rethink alternatives and implications rather than make a quick decision. Your future and that of your family needs to be considered. Here are some thoughts: Even if you’re independently wealthy, the questions from [Read the full story …]
Here are some of the elements of a “failed” resume that stand out: Your resume says how terrific you are, but without defining measurable achievements You use self-promoting words like: “Multi-skilled leader”, “Cutting edge problem solver”, “Turn-around expert”, or other useless and hyped-up words of self-adulation You list all your responsibilities and skills without [Read the full story …]
Without good or great employees, organizations can’t be good or great. Success of any organization is limited to the talent and quality of its people. So what should a hiring manager be looking for in the best candidate for an open position? And what does this mean for you, a candidate who is looking for [Read the full story …]
Career drivers are the motivational forces that propel you forward. When I look over my career I uncovered three career drivers for me: Growth (both personal and professional); increased responsibility and compensation; freedom to perform at a high level. Identify your own career drivers, and then assess them against your drivers. Do this by [Read the full story …]