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You Were Sure That Promotion Was All Yours, But Your Boss Had Other Plans

You Were Sure That Promotion Was All Yours, But Your Boss Had Other Plans

Research shows that only about 30% of employees are actually satisfied with their job. And having been a management consultant for over 35 years, I have helped navigate many career low points with my clients. Rest assured, career dissatisfaction is natural and part of the game. However, there are certain crises that can rock the […]

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Your Toolkit for Making a Career Transition

Your Toolkit for Making a Career Transition

Are you currently in career transition? Have you just been laid off? Or maybe you are just stuck in a career rut at your current job? Are you ready to leave or simply want a career change? If you said yes to any of these four questions then you may want to keep reading. Do […]

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Interviewing Up: How to Choose A Potential Employer

Interviewing Up: How to Choose A Potential Employer

Job seekers are used to being reviewed, compared, ranked, investigated, poked and prodded quite thoroughly during the interview process. Employers want to make sure that you are a good fit for the role and posses the right skills, experience, work ethic and intangibles that will benefit the overall mission and vision of the company. It […]

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13 Ways to Achieve the Right Work-Life Balance

13 Ways to Achieve Work-Life Balance

The phrase work-life balance has been the subject of debate for quite some time and it’s evident many overworked North Americans are in need of a better balance of the two. In fact, creating a better work-life balance for Canadians was a huge part of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s election campaign last summer. Calling for […]

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What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?

What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up_

What do you want to be when you grow up? That is the million-dollar question. So many people come to me trying to figure that out. Age doesn’t matter in this equation. I hear from and work with 20-year-olds, 30-year-olds, 40, 50 and 60-year-olds. Everyone is seeking that elusive answer to this life defining question. […]

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How to Find More Meaning and Fulfillment at Work

How to Find More Meaning and Fulfillment at Work

We all spend the majority of our waking life at work, so it is important to do what you love and love what you do and to be working for a company that is inherently good in their intentions. What is your company culture like? Some of us may need to leave our current job, […]

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Do I Need a Career Coach or Just Some Advice?

Do I Need a Career Coach or Just Some Advice_

At its heart, all coaching is about change. A career coach is a professional that people engage to help them make a change in the short-, medium- or long-term. A career coach can be holistic—looking at the meta-programs that guide our assessments, reactions and decisions relating to life events, right through to a specific focus […]

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How Coaching Saved Super Bowl Champ Amani Toomer’s NFL Career

How Coaching Saved Super Bowl Champ Amani Toomer's Career

Being drafted into the National Football League is like a dream come true for any college football player, but it also means a lot of pressure—especially at the ripe young age of 21. After playing college football at the University of Michigan from 1992 to 1995, Amani Toomer was selected to play for the New […]

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Best Career Assessments for Identifying Your Ideal Career

Best Career Assessments for Identifying Your Ideal Career

Quizzes and career assessments have become a fun way to pass the time and alleviate boredom, with BuzzFeed’s oddball quizzes taking over social media. However, there are plenty of very useful personality and career assessments out there that can help you find the right career for you—many of which are used by career coaches on […]

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Liberal Arts and the Jobs of the Future

Liberal Arts and the Jobs of the Future

These days there seems to be some debate about the value of a college education and in particular, a liberal arts degree. The logic is that learning about philosophy or economics or sociology isn’t going to prepare you for immediate placement in a job the moment you graduate. The argument goes on that you should […]

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