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Career Redemption Requires Special Skills

9 November, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Outplacement is a service that companies provide to employees they dismiss or lay off. Depending on the outplacement service provider, it can range from the creation of a stock, one-size-fits-all resume and some telephone coaching calls, up to 90 days of consultation and support. By and large, outplacement, like recruiting, is transactional. There is a […] Read more»

In Pursuit Of Joy, Happiness In Your Career

22 February, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Today, someone is going to be fired. Whether expected or caught completely off guard, the shock and onslaught of anxiety can be equally devastating. Regardless of how well the company handles the actual termination conversation, more than likely there will be feelings of anger, embarrassment and perhaps even shame, especially as you make that endless […] Read more»

Managing Your Career:  The ‘Trust’ Factor

13 January, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Sometimes it is hard to trust — instrumentation, technology, even Google maps and route navigation.  The human  mind is a powerful computer that can be adversely affected by our senses, even when those strong impulses in the brain are misguided. For example, when you’re standing on the ground you know up from down but when […] Read more»