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By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Effective job search shares many characteristics of weight loss. For one, both require patience, sacrifice, time and rigorous, focused effort. Naturally, we resist taking the needed steps to start–and persist in–the strategic action steps to complete the marathon. I hope to debunk some excuses that may be holding you back in my […]

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Finding a job in the current economic environment is a really difficult and demanding task. The attitude you project during your search affects you and your search, and leaves an image or feeling with others you are working with to find a job. An attitude that is friendly, helpful and thankful will be remembered long […]

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Ya, but …

Can you think of 100 reasons why you can’t __________ ? (fill in the blank) Then you’re probably “Ya, but-ing” yourself right out many opportunities. In this month’s contribution to the Career Collective Dawn Bugni talks about all the roadblocks we put in our own way. There’s no silver bullet answer to moving past or […]

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The only thing an employee fears more than getting laid off is getting fired. Executing a strategic career management plan is the best insurance available to protect you from being involuntarily terminated. Unfortunately, not all employees who are fired deserve it, just as there are workers that are laid off who should have been fired.

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