It is amazing to me that people will pay upwards of $100,000 for a college education, expect to land a $100,000 job but grimaceat paying 1% of that for ongoing career development and/or coaching. Obtaining a college degree is the first step in career planning, not the final step. Like anything you want to grow and flourish , careers [...]
Monthly Archives: October 2011
In this Sunday’s Star Tribune, Matt Krumrie, in the “Ask Matt” column is asked about how to choose a Career Coach. I am grateful to have made the list of those recommended but thought it would be a good time to help clarify the differences.
This is a big decision for people to reach out and [...]
The newly released book Navigating Through “Now What?” is featured in the September edition of Savvy MN. The article suggests many ways to navigate change not only in your career but also in life.
I know that for many people there is nothing easy about networking, especially for us introverts. But networking continues to be an important part of professional development, career management as well as job search. Think of networking not as imposing, but as relationship building, and relationships start and are cultivated through conversation and connection. So [...]