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18 Jan
2015

Betty Ebbi John

Director

How Men Can Help Women Lean In

This post originally appeared on Brazen Life by Susan Shain   Whether you’re a man or woman, you’ve probably heard of Lean In. You can probably even name a female networking group or female career website. There’s no shortage of career support for women. Still, however, the percentage of women at the top remains paltry. What if it’s not that women need more advice — but rather the men? That’s what Joanne Lipman thinks. And that’s why she wrote an essay for the Wall Street Journal entitled Women at Work: A Guide for Men. Lipman sa

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15 Jan
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

Career Goals: 3 Mistakes to Avoid and 3 Things to Do to Get You Going Strong

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran   New Years’ resolutions or goal setting is a great thing to do. This more often happens when we contemplate what is ahead for the coming year. Of course, we have the cynical crowd that doesn’t do them, either because they don’t execute on their goals anyway or they just didn’t get around to figuring them out at all.   Are you one of them? There are some mistakes people make when identifying their career goals that you can avoid.  By avoiding these mistakes, you re

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15 Jan
2015

Deepa Bhargava

Search Consultant

Are You a Skilled Multiasker OR an Out-of-Control Disaster?

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran   Imagine the scene. You’re at a trendy coffee shop, sipping the venti latte in your right hand while checking movie times on your IPad with your left. At the same time, you’re talking on your cel phone making a hair appointment, while exchanging some meaningful eye-contact with the hottie across the room. You’re in a hurry to get to class so you mentally congratulate yourself for being able to get it all done. Does this mean you’re a good multitasker?   Multitasking is th

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15 Jan
2015

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

The Cure for Losing Your Career While Working: Introverts Guide to Career Acceleration

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran   So many Introverts (and for that matter Extraverts) wake up while on the job only to discover they lost their career somewhere along the line. Where did it go?  Is this you?   It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of working and just life itself.  Even though you may have ambitions for your career, with the swirl around you, you may have lost track.  Next thing you know, you realize you’re stalled out – or worse. There’s a three-step pr

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15 Jan
2015

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

How Mindful Leadership Gets Results

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Scott Eblin   One of the things I know for sure about mindful leadership is that leaders control the weather. If you’ve ever worked in a setting where the first question everyone asks each other in the morning is “What kind of mood is he (or she) in today?” then you know the truth of that statement. The answer to that first thing in the morning question determines the kind of day everyone has ahead of them and, consequently, the quality of the work that gets done. If the leader is sunny and bright, then it’

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15 Jan
2015

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

Effective Leaders Go First

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Chantal Bechervaise   Effective leaders go first.   The action of going first is to take a leap of faith. It is putting yourself out there. Making yourself vulnerable. Taking a calculated risk.   Going first is summoning up the courage to step outside your comfort zone and try something new.   This means putting your inner fears aside. It means not caring what others around you will think. (You can’t please everyone all the time.)   In Leadership, going first means you set the exam

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14 Jan
2015

Nastaran Heydari

Associate Consultant

Quiz: Job or Career? Does it Make a Difference?

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran   Spherion Staffing is planning to release new findings from its ongoing study of emerging workforce trends and in the process released a website and quiz on Jobs versus Careers. In an interview with Sandy Mazur, Division President of Franchise & License at Spherion, she said, “it was a fun way to validate our findings and provide workers with food for thought.”   The quiz is at www.BoostYourWork.com where it will help you sort out if you have a job or career mentality. The obviou

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14 Jan
2015

Sanaa AbdulRahiman

Associate Director

[Introverts Only] Getting the Most Career Boost Out of Your Personality

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran   If you are an introvert, or think you are I’m sure by now, you’ve heard and know of all the possible downsides to our personality type. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to start talking about the good news and the great parts of who we are. It’s also time to start talking about things we can do to get more mileage out of who we are. Ready? Let’s do a quick list of things we do that are stunningly great, then we’ll look at things we could do different

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14 Jan
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

Great Interviews Are a Dialogue!

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Harry Urschel   Too many job interviews become one-way grill sessions. The potential employer asks a question and the candidate answers. Next question… next answer… and so it goes. Perhaps near the end of the interview, the employer asks if the candidate has any questions, then the process reverses for a few short minutes.   Then one candidate out of the many asks some questions as part of their reply to the question posed to them… and the whole dynamic changes! All of a sudden, the interview become

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14 Jan
2015

Betty Ebbi John

Director

How Low Can You Go in Your Salary Negotiations?

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer by Harry Urschel   Two conversations I’ve had with job seekers recently helped me to consider another aspect of salary negotiations. I’ve written on the topic before in:   Always Ask For More… Right? There you will find a great deal of practical advice on how to land where you’d like to land. However, what do you do when an offer comes in extremely low compared to expectations? What options do you have?   Here are some observations and points to consider… What was comm

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