Post Archives from the ‘Blog: Career Advice & Tips’ Category



WHY ARE YOU STUCK IN YOUR CURRENT JOB?

Posted on: January 31st, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future WHY DO OTHERS GET THE JOB OFFERS AND NOT ME?  Experience shows:

THE “SHOW STOPPER” QUESTIONS

Posted on: January 25th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Interviews are a curious way to find a job.  It's kind of like going on a date:  Everyone is dressed up, on his or her best behavior, and move through choreography like a written script.  Now ask yourself, “How can I differentiate myself Continue reading the story "THE “SHOW STOPPER” QUESTIONS"

CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING: WHAT A BUSINESS NEEDS TO DO WHEN DOWNSIZING

Posted on: January 23rd, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Here are some key points to consider if you plan to downsize your employee base: FOR YOUR BUSINESS: Ease the pain for you and your employees as much as possible Communicate the need to downsize in a compassionate way, with the right information Assess your objectives:  Where do Continue reading the story "CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING: WHAT A BUSINESS NEEDS TO DO WHEN DOWNSIZING"

MY GREENER FUTURE BUSINESS DIGEST: DOWNSIZING/RIGHTSIZING

Posted on: January 20th, 2012 by
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WHAT BUSINESSES NEED TO DO WHEN DOWNSIZING OR RIGHT-SIZING

by Bill Kaufmann, President, My Greener Future   Faced with strategy decisions? There’s real value in seeking objective input!   Firms like yours (with fewer than 500 employees) make up the “backbone” of our nation’s businesses.  Yet services that provide a high level of personalized Continue reading the story "MY GREENER FUTURE BUSINESS DIGEST: DOWNSIZING/RIGHTSIZING"

UNIVERSAL Q & A’s WITHIN AN INTERVIEW

Posted on: January 17th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future There’s a universal pattern to interview questions and answers.  Understanding what they are and how to use them effectively to your benefit can result in a more powerful outcome. First, from THE INTERVIEWER’s perspective:  The job of the interviewer is two-fold:  To extract as much key information as possible and Continue reading the story "UNIVERSAL Q & A’s WITHIN AN INTERVIEW"