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



WHEN TO CALL IT QUITS…

Posted on: May 7th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future There are 3 primary signs that tell you when to start looking for another job:

NO INTERVIEWS?? REDO YOUR RESUME!!

Posted on: May 1st, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future If you don’t have a compelling resume, there’s no reason for companies to interview you.  Why should they interview an average applicant with no added-value strongly positioned in the resume?  Here is how to diagnose and fix your resume to get a telephone screen. What’s your response rate? At Continue reading the story "NO INTERVIEWS?? REDO YOUR RESUME!!"

PARACHUTE QUESTIONS AS YOU ENTER A NEW ORGANIZATION

Posted on: April 24th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Whenever you change jobs (up,over or out) you must first understand how to succeed in your new position.  The questions that will help you are called “Parachute Questions”, as you are parachutting into a new situation.  You need specific answers in order to perform at your highest level.  These 25 questions Continue reading the story "PARACHUTE QUESTIONS AS YOU ENTER A NEW ORGANIZATION"

WHAT’S YOUR ORGANIZATIONAL SWEET SPOT?

Posted on: April 16th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future The simplest definition of an organizational sweet spot is that it’s the kind of place in which you’re the most comfortable and have the highest probability of success. That could mean a lot of different variables along a number of decision points.  For instance: Size: Are you better suited in a large Continue reading the story "WHAT’S YOUR ORGANIZATIONAL SWEET SPOT?"

WHEN TO CHANGE YOUR CAREER FOR A NEW ONE?

Posted on: April 9th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Are you unhappy with your career?  If yes, is it the job itself or something else? No one can answer that question for you, however these insights may be helpful: