Tis the season… for reflection, reconnection and resolution. For many, the holidays are a time to connect with loved ones, colleagues and friends. It is the perfect time to polish up your networking habits. Here are some tips for ways you can boost your network as we navigate the 2021 holiday season. Don’t shy away […]
Cover letters – the age-old formality of writing a letter and explaining why someone should consider you for a job. Cover letter anxiety often prevents applicants from following through and submitting for a role. The thought of putting pen to paper to convince someone to give you a shot can be daunting. What are the […]
As many students returned to college campuses to attend in person classes for the first time since the start of the pandemic, some seniors are feeling behind in preparation for life after the tassel turns. Many have had nearly half of their college experiences throttled back by pandemic-related shutdowns. From lost internships to virtual classes […]
Job interviews are a necessary part of corporate life, and something that almost anyone who has ever earned a paycheck has had to do at some point. For the candidate, interviewing means dazzling strangers that hold the fate of their employment in their hands. Employers have the challenge of assessing often equally qualified candidates to […]
Five years ago today, I said goodbye to my corporate job. I took the giant leap into entrepreneurship and launched my own firm. It was the scariest and most exciting thing I’ve ever done. Every year since, I’ve grown by at least 40% YoY, and 2020, despite all the changes and challenges, far exceeded my […]
Changing directions in your career can be both exciting and bewildering. But you’re not alone. More than 49% of professionals change industries at some point (Indeed, Career Change Report, October 30, 2019). Whether it’s a subtle shift from one industry or job function to another, or a complete 180˚ flip off your current course – […]
According to a study done by Yello, nearly 35% of 2020 summer internships were cancelled due to the pandemic*. This left millions of students without the critical opportunities to gain real world experiences, many of which required to meet degree requirements. With the new academic year underway, internship opportunities are gaining traction again, but are […]
By Guest Blogger, Kathleen Charles One item on your to-do list when changing jobs is to decide what to do with your qualified retirement plan, such as a 401k, 457 or 403b Plan. With the average employee changing jobs 12 times over the course of their career, this may not be an infrequent decision. A […]
A question I get a lot is ” Should I write a Thank You note after an interview – and when?” My answer is YES! Here’s the best way to follow up after an interview.
Have you ever had that sinking feeling that you misunderstood an interview question, or went down the wrong path while answering? It’s a horrible feeling, especially if you really want that position. You can recover though, and Julia shows you how.