This list has developed organically from my reading over time. These are just the tip of these iceberg on the resources available, but many are articles that I share widely with my clients and others, so I have gathered them here in one place.
“Think Strategically About Your Career Development,” Harvard Business Review, Dorie Clark
“Simple Acts that Build Leadership Presence,” Fast Company, Gwen Moran
“How to Protect Your Time without Alienating Your Network,” Harvard Business Review, Dorie Clark
“This Skill Is Critical to Changing Careers: Here’s How to Practice It,” by Rachel Montanez, Forbes, February 2020
“My First 90 Days as a CIO,” CIO, David Gee
“Breaking Out of a Suffocating Job Search,” LinkedIn Pulse, Anne Marie Segal
“Master the Interview with Anne Marie Segal,” UChicago: The Resume Exchange Blog, Daniel Arking
“How to Master the Art of Networking Follow Up,” Forbes.com, Darrah Brustein
“Why You Need a Strategy Before Writing Your Resume,” Forbes.com, Anne Marie Segal
“Things You Can Do to Prevent HR Screeners from Hitting Delete,” Forbes.com, Jeff Altman
“Writing a Resume that Shouts ‘Hire Me’,” The Chicago Tribune, Phyllis Korkki
“Research: How Subtle Class Clues Can Backfire on Your Resume,” Harvard Business Review, Lauren Rivera and András Tilcsik
“Win a Seat on the Board with a Great Resume,” Blue Steps Blog, Louise Garver
“Four Ways to Capture Your Audience,” Forbes.com, Dorie Clark
“How I Overcame My Need to Be Popular at Work,” The Ladders, Maria Granovsky
“The Six Steps to Turning Setbacks into Advantages,” The New York Times, Kristin Wong
CAREER ARTICLES BY FIELD
Attorneys – General Counsel and In-House
“So You Want to Be General Counsel? How to Maximize Your Chances,” ACC Docket, David M. Love III, Mark Roellig.
“Eight Core Qualities of Successful General Counsel and How to Achieve Them,” Segal Coaching Blog, Anne Marie Segal.
“Getting Traction with Your In-House Search: Start with Your Resume,” In-House Blog, Melissa A. Peters, Esq.
“Do Lawyers Make Better CEO’s than MBAs?,” Harvard Business Review, by M. Todd Henderson.
“The General Counsel as Senior Leader: More than “Just a Lawyer,” Korn Ferry Institute, John Amer.
“What GCs and CCOs Can Learn from Each Other,” Thomson Reuters, Thomas Kim.
“An Open Letter to GCs and Law Firms,” ACC Docket, Daniel Desjardins.
“General Counsel: Guardian and Conscience of the Company,” Forbes, Mark A. Cohen.
“The Rise of the General Counsel,” Harvard Business Review, Ben W. Heineman, Jr.
“General Counsel’s New Role: Business Strategist,” Forbes, Brian Jones.
“Six dos and six don’ts of networking on Wall Street,” eFinancial Careers, Dan Butcher and Beecher Tuttle
“10 Things Smart PhD’s Do NOT Put on Their Industry Résumés,” The Cheeky Scientist, Isaiah Hankel, Ph.D.
“Industry: Open for business,” Nature, Chris Woolston
“The Scientist’s Conundrum: CV, Resume or Something In-Between?” Harvard University, FAS Office of Career Services, Laura Stark
“Papa John’s Enlists Pollard Search Group to Find CMO,” LinkedIn Pulse, Scott A. Scanlon (about expanded role and qualifications for Chief Marketing Officers)
“Tips to find your ‘meaningful job’ in the non-profit world,” The Kansas City Star, Diane Stafford
“Do Things that Don’t Scale,” Paul Graham
“Start-Up Roles and Responsibilities,” Alley Watch, George Deeb
“What Does a Start-Up COO Actually Do?” Startup Grind, Andy Sparks
(more links at bottom of this article)
“The Myth of the Startup COO,” Forbes, Brad Svrluga
“Keith Rabois on the Role of a COO, How to Hire and Why Transparency Matters,”
First Round Review
Transition from Corporate
“7 Reasons Your Salaried Job is Like Crack Cocaine,” Entrepreneur, Rick Bisio
Health and Other Adaptations
“What It’s Really Like to Run a Business with a Chronic Illness,” Medium, Jo Gifford
Build Your Dream Network, J. Kelly Hoey
Stand Out, Dorie Clark
Cracking the Hidden Job Market: How to Find Opportunity in Any Economy, Donald Asher
Breakdown, Breakthrough: The Professional Woman’s Guide to Claiming a Life of Passion, Purpose and Power, Kathy Caprino
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