Month: May 2015

10 Best Job Search Tips

The word best in the title should be interpreted as a recommendation. Please also keep in mind that job search by someone who is employed differs significantly from job search by someone who is unemployed. The latter is, typically, more

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents : “Re-Branding in the age of high technology, low personnel” presented by Marcos Edghill Saturday June 13th at 8:00am ET Synopsis: “Re-Branding in the age of high technology, low personnel” presented by Marcos Edghill Presentation:

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Don’t be Fooled by the Job Description

As an executive job coach, an important part of my job is training my clients how to prepare for interviews. During this training, I am often handed the job description relevant to the interview. Most often I caution my clients

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The Worst Thing Is to Be Stuck in Your Career

Many of my clients say they feel suffocated in their careers. For whatever reason, they do not like the profession they have chosen for themselves: they feel they’re poorly fit for their careers, and they dislike everything associated with their

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Networking Is Art and Science Combined

Networking has two purposes: (1) to get you your next job, and if that’s not right now, (2) to prepare for when you need to. Networking is the most effective way to secure a job nowadays. Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads—human

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It’s OK to Disagree With Your Manager

If you disagree with your manager about something, it’s important not to panic or retreat. You can disagree constructively by showing respect for his/her point of view, and demonstrating that you care about achieving the best result for the organization.

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