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What Your Boss Doesn’t Want to See on your Social Media Profile

What Your Boss Doesn't Want to See on your Social Media Profile

In today’s day and age, it’s no wonder that everyone, including our bosses and executives, is always online. Many employers have admitted to looking up their employees online profiles in order to get a glimpse behind the curtain, see who they really are and keep an eye out for potential red flags. So, what are some of […]

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5 Ways to Successfully Balance School and Work

5 Ways to Successfully Balance School and Work

I remember how hectic life was while attending college and working a part-time job. It was even more stressful in my adult life, as I juggled attending night classes in university while managing my full-time profession to improve my professional skills. There were a few times of my life that I had to sacrifice a social […]

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Why You Need To Equip Your Vocal Toolbox

Why You Need To Equip Your Vocal Toolbox

The way you speak is important. From what you say to the way you express it, it is perhaps the most obvious method of communication at our disposal. Speech has come to be a universal signifier of confidence, competence and status – and nowhere are these traits more crucial than in the workplace. Famous speaker Julian Treasure looks at […]

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How to Drastically Increase Your Chances of Being Hired

How to Drastically Increase Your Chances of Being Hired

“Why do I need a career coach to help me prepare for my job interview? After all isn’t an interview just a conversation between a candidate and an employer.” But is it really? Most organizations still rely on interviews as the only assessment before selecting a candidate. Without a coach, you could be limiting your career […]

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How to Market Yourself for a Career Change

How to Market Yourself for a Career Change

With an increase in technological advancements, globalization and the size of a consumer basket, there is a surge in the number of careers that were once non-existent. With the increase in a number of options, changing career is lot easier than it was a few decades ago. According to a survey conducted for the University […]

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5 Best Part-Time Jobs for College Students

5 Best Part-Time Jobs for College Students

Are you a college student looking for a decent-paying part-time job to help you pay for your cost of living while studying? You don’t have to wait for your degree to land a job and start paying off college loans. There are many benefits of working part time while in school. The best way to get a job […]

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Over 50? Here are 8 Freelancing Jobs You’d Be Perfect For

Over 50? Here are 8 Freelancing Jobs You’d Be Perfect For

The term ‘freelancer’ may be tossed around a lot throughout this modern-age and you wouldn’t be wrong for envisioning 20something-year-olds sitting in a café all day tapping away at their laptops. In all honesty, you’re not far from the truth. However, freelancing work isn’t just reserved for this age range. In fact, there are a vast […]

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Please Tell Me a Good Story: The Key to an Outstanding Interview

Please Tell Me a Good Story- The Key to an Outstanding Interview

“The engineers of the future will be poets.” –Terence McKenna I am always surprised when working with clients on interview prep – especially when working on “the tell me about yourself” question and answer. Usually, an inexperienced and under-practiced interviewee will respond with, “Well, where shall I begin?” If you, as a job seeker have […]

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4 Ways to Combat Work-Related Stress

4 Ways to Combat Work-Related Stress

Physical well-being and safety are the main area that we tend to look at when it comes to workplace health, but your mental health is just as important. However, it often gets overlooked. When the workload gets too much, individuals start to struggle and can find it hard to cope as more and more demands get passed onto […]

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The Winds of Change – How Executive Coaching Helps Leaders Produce Better Results

The Winds of Change – How Executive Coaching Helps Leaders Produce Better Results

It has been my privilege to work with, and coach, hundreds of executives over the course of my career, most of whom were in the process of a career transition – either internally with their current employer or externally where they were seeking new work. My most satisfying career accomplishments have been in executive coaching […]

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