Career Breadth v. Job Depth

Posted on December 11th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

Have you ever been asked what you specialize in? Many personal branding experts argue you have to show you are a specialist in something in order for your voice to be heard amid the competitive noise. Being a generalist can appear anonymous. Is that fair?

Specialists can have their downside too as Mark Babbitt of YouTern.com … Read More »


Police Gatekeepers

Posted on December 10th, by Bill Reilly in on the job. No Comments

“The new generation of officers only cares about themselves” was the exclamation that came from a police supervisor in a recent 3-day Leader Skills program that I was teaching. The collection of supervisors and managers in attendance ranged in age from their late 20’s to mid-50’s and almost all were in agreement with the statement … Read More »


Career Jumpstart Tips

Posted on December 10th, by Erica Tew in Career Advice. No Comments

If you are about to start a new job, congratulations! The following tips will help you make a positive impression and set you up for career success.

Show up on time – A simple but often overlooked concept; this generally accepted rule is a standard, no matter where you work. Showing up late can put a … Read More »


Guide to Finding a Job on a Dime

Posted on December 10th, by American Public University System in education/training. No Comments

If you are fortunate enough to have a steady income or a large nest egg, you may not think twice about the financial investments of a job search, everything from taking your suits to the cleaners, to printing your resume and business cards, to traveling to and from an interview, job fair, or networking event. … Read More »