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Cutting the technology cord could hurt your job search

4 June, 2019 Posted by John G. Self
If you are currently in the job market, or believe you might be in the near future, my advice is to hang on to that landline connection, especially for your telephone if you live in an area with sketchy cell service. Read more»

Short Topics: Sorting the Culture, Learning to Adapt

25 April, 2019 Posted by John G. Self
Identifying an Organization’s Culture During Your Interview Given that studies show that more than 40 percent of executives who are recruited from outside an organization leave (give up or shown the door) within 18 months and that the most common reason is “poor fit”, the whole matter of cultural fit should be paramount in the […] Read more»

On Keeping A Career Journal and Being Grateful

28 August, 2018 Posted by John G. Self
Editor’s Note:  John is taking some time off this month from writing his weekly blog and hosting the podcast.   In his absence, we are reposting some of his more popular offerings.  This blog originally ran on Oct. 31, 2017. Our archive contains more than 1,000 posts covering a wide array of career management issues […] Read more»