Office Politics: 3 Insightful Steps

Posted on August 3rd, by Erica Tew in on the job. 1 Comment

Company culture can make certain employers appealing, but it’s not until you start the job that you really begin to see the workplace politics.  In some cases, the politics don’t have a negative connotation. Some employers strive to make sure each employee is represented in the decision-making process. For other employers, there is a reliance … Read More »


Career Continuity Planning

Posted on August 3rd, by Camille Roberts in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Once upon a time, people accepted jobs right out of school and stayed in them until they retired, at which time they received a nice pension to help them through retirement. Those days are long gone!

Today’s employment environment is drastically different than it was for our parents and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. … Read More »


Recruiters: How Can They Guide You in Your Job Search

Posted on August 3rd, by Gavin Redelman in networking/interviewing. No Comments

When job searching, you may wrestle over the option of “going it alone” or enlisting the services of a professional recruiter. Everyone’s situation is different, but if you suspect that you might be in a situation where the aid of a recruiter should be considered, there are some benefits to weigh in making that decision. … Read More »


Mentoring with the Heart of a Host

Posted on August 3rd, by Chip Bell in on the job. No Comments

Being a protégé in a mentoring relationship can feel like having to give a speech before a large group.  Now, there are obviously exceptions to this.  I do a lot of keynotes and I can’t wait to hit that stage.  But, there is a lot of research that says people’s greatest fear is speaking before … Read More »