Perhaps it was the last networking event that I attended in Raleigh, North Carolina. Someone came up to me, interrupted a conversation I was having and said “So you are like the guru of careers and personal branding around here, right?” Yes, I was polite but I don’t think of myself that way. In the conversation this person pointed out …
Little things that you do can hurt your brand and your career transition.
A client reported to me that his interview for a new position with his existing company when “fabulously well” until the lunch date they had to “firm up” the offer.
This is what we are doing as a company this holiday season.
This is a strong overview for people with disabilities and federal employment resources.
Big outplacement wants you to think they are on the leading edge of issues related to careers and outplacement.
Recently, I replied to a career services industry “thought leader” on the issue of cover letters.
Even though the federal hiring process seems mysterious, it’s really not if you apply right and understand the basics of the process.
Understand the two Federal Government job classifications and how groups of candidates are assessed.