Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Ups and Downs of a Job Search

I work every day with people seeking new employment. Some by choice, some not. Either way, it’s a long, emotional, trying experience. I’ve been there, and I was lucky to have a coach to guide me along. I strive to … Continue reading

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Achieving Senior Action Learning Coach Status

Receiving SALC Certification from Dr. Bea Carson, President of WIAL-USA Last month, I had the pleasure of attending the World Institute for Action Learning (WIAL) USA Affiliate Annual Forum in Chestnut Hill, MA.  It was a wonderful event, reconnecting with … Continue reading

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The Right Job Brings Health and Happiness

I’ve held many jobs in my life. I’ve been lucky to have not only the ability to honestly assess my skills and preferences, but to reinvent myself multiple times. It hasn’t always been easy – or quick. When I decided … Continue reading

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Leadership, born with it or learned?

It’s an age old question, I know. And it’s probably been beaten to death, and yet, the conversation continues.  Recently, I was having dinner and it came up again. What is leadership? I believe it’s something we are both born … Continue reading

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Networking Doesn’t have to be Hard

I work with smart, talented people every day who are seeking new employment. Many of them are introverts and the thought of networking fills them with discomfort, if not downright fear. I’m not a huge fan of it myself, and … Continue reading

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