The top five career, leadership and job search articles for 2016 on Anne Marie Segal’s blog. What created the most impact in your life?
Halloween is a day about getting scared – on purpose – and also about facing our very real […]
Getting organized in your job search means knowing with whom you are connecting, why and other important data points, so that you can recall them when needed. It is easy to keep 3 job targets in your head. Thirty is not so easy.
Are You Judged By Your Email Address? A Resounding Yes! If you have an email address that starts like any […]
Kristina has always secretly dreamed of owning a vineyard in France. She has other dreams, too. But this one […]
LinkedIn® is a lightening rod, charging up diverse opinions about the best way to approach it. At one end of the spectrum, you hear that being on LinkedIn is a waste of time or, worse yet, only for those who wish to commoditize themselves. For many others, LinkedIn is the best thing to happen to online networking, a free space to invite the world to hire you, connect with you, buy from you, etc.
I suggest you start with the end in mind: what do you want LinkedIn to do for you? Once you know your target, you can devise the best strategy to get there.
At the heart of the matter, there are only three basic career challenges. How to get somewhere, how to leave somewhere and how to be somewhere.