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How to transform your LinkedIn profile from wimpy to robust

How to transform your LinkedIn profile from wimpy to robust

Despite LinkedIn being 10+ years old for many professionals,  it is still an undiscovered and under-utilized resource. If you struggle with LinkedIn, perhaps it is time to take steps to transform your LinkedIn profile from wimpy to robust. Wimpy LinkedIn profile No LinkedIn profile photo Bad photo Wrong settings on your LinkedIn profile photo Company… Continue Reading

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Is your reactionary leadership getting in the way of your success?

Is your reactionary leadership getting in the way of your success?

With many years of working with job seekers as a professional resume writer and career strategist, I see patterns in leadership styles and I learn why some people are not able to stay employed in leadership roles. One of the things I have observed is the difference between reactionary leaders and proactive critical thinkers. Sometimes… Continue Reading

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Are you strengthening trust with others or destroying trust?

Trust is a nebulous thing. Most people want people to trust them but often they aren’t strengthening trust or building trust, in fact they may be consciously or unconsciously destroying that trust. Are there people who you immediately distrust? Some people who should be in the business of strengthening trust automatically give off vibes that… Continue Reading

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How to improve your speaking skills to win interviews

How to improve your speaking skills to win interviews

Did you know that the majority of interview processes begin with a phone interview? When these phone interviews first started many people didn’t take them seriously. It seemed like a preliminary process that didn’t need as much preparation or planning as the follow up interviews. Today, if you don’t pay attention to phone interviews, you… Continue Reading