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NETWORKING – 8 STEPS TO OPTIMIZE YOUR SUCCESS

Posted on: May 14th, 2012 by
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  By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Networking can work for or against you, depending upon how you manage the process.  Too little or a timid approach will yield little help.  Overuse or pushy networking will reduce the number of people willing to help.  Either way, you lose potential opportunities to connect.  Here are 8 guidelines to help Continue reading the story "NETWORKING – 8 STEPS TO OPTIMIZE YOUR SUCCESS"

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 YOU DON’T KNOW CAN HURT YOU!!

Posted on: March 24th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future I DIDN’T KNOW THAT!

ANSWERS TO TRICKY INTERVIEW QUESTONS – Part 1

Posted on: March 13th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Interview questions can be tricky and sometimes difficult.  The simplest answer is usually the best answer.  Complexity can get you into a tangle of conflicting responses.  In this series, Part 1 is the easiest of tricky questions. Part 2 is the most difficult.  It’s assumed you Continue reading the story "ANSWERS TO TRICKY INTERVIEW QUESTONS – Part 1"

WHEN DO YOU KNOW IT’S TIME TO LOOK FOR A NEW JOB? HERE’S AN APPROACH

Posted on: March 6th, 2012 by
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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future My personal formula for deciding when to seek another job has served me well.  It took me about 7 years to understand and articulate my career drivers.  They may serve others as well.  Here’s a start. First, create three separate scales from 0 to 100.  Designate cut points: Continue reading the story "WHEN DO YOU KNOW IT’S TIME TO LOOK FOR A NEW JOB? HERE’S AN APPROACH"