The number of people working remotely has moved from the unusual to the expected. The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way in which work is done. The skill sets are different and the preparation for a successful interaction is dependent upon your ability to navigate work patterns that are totally different than before. The question is “What can I do to make the remote work … Continue reading the story "WORK EFFECTIVELY WHEN REMOTE"
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Do you want the security of the known or adventure into a totally new direction with high potential? Those questions seem to be on the minds of many professionals and managers in dealing the after effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The overriding issue is: Do you want to emerge from your current situation better and stronger? The answer comes down to four factors: Career goal, opportunity, … Continue reading the story "STAY THE COURSE OR CHANGE?"
There’s an interesting article of research from the Journal of Social Psychology, (Kowalski and McCord) May 2019 that you might find interesting. It’s an on-line survey of people over the age of 30 about what they regretted and what they might have done differently. I’ve taken the core results and put it into positive actions you may want to consider. Given the Covid-19 pandemic, I … Continue reading the story "ACTIONS AND REGRETS"
The job search process can be frustrating to those who come up short as a finalist candidate. Here are some thoughts that might help you in the future.
- Review the position description before interviewing so you can do two things: First, identify the skills or experiences where you come up short and prepare to respond positively to the question you know will be asked. Second, see … Continue reading the story "COMING UP SHORT?"
“How do I know what skills and experiences to emphasize on my resume?” “How do I demonstrate my expertise better than others who are vying for the same job?” Here are some answers for your questions, and some steps to take:
- First, understand that a single resume going out to multiple organizations is like trying to play golf with just a putter. You resume can’t fit … Continue reading the story "MATCHING SKILLS FOR A NEW JOB"