Tag Archives: Job Search

How A Coach Can Help When Your Own Efforts Fail

You’ve been wanting a new job, a new career, a new “fill in the blank” for a while now.  Despite your best intentions you haven’t been able to start.  Or you’ve started but what you’ve tried hasn’t worked. Even though … Continue reading

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How to Plan Your Exit and Not “Just Quit”

 If you feel trapped in a job you can’t stand, you may be tempted to just quit. As understandable as this may be, it’s the last thing you want to do as this will haunt you when you need a … Continue reading

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Salary – Chicken and the Egg

Pete was laid off from a position he had been in for 15 years. The good news was he had an interview next week and just needed a little advice on interviewing. We scheduled him in and put him through … Continue reading

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Rejected Outright for the Job Because of Their Online Image

Business strategist and Webby Award winner David Allen Ibsen (runs business consultancy 5 Meetings Before Lunch) was helping one of his start-up clients with their organizational needs. Specifically, they were looking to make a couple of key hires. Ibsen tapped … Continue reading

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