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  Back to Work After Retirement?
by Mary Gormandy White - Dec, 2007
Many individuals are choosing to re-enter the workforce after retiring from their primary careers. Whether out of economic necessity, a desire to remain active, or to pursue alternate career paths, it's a fact that many individuals are staying in the workforce well past the traditional retirement age. Opportunities Are Plentiful for Mature Workers If you're thinking about pursuing a post-retirement career, it's a good ide...
 
  Professional Development Can Keep You Ahead of the Curve
by Mary Gormandy White - Dec, 2007
Individuals who are dedicated to enjoying maximum career success and job satisfaction understand the importance of participating in professional development and continuing education activities on an ongoing basis. Whether you want to change professions, move into management, or become an outstanding employee in your current position, constantly striving to improve your skills and knowledge base can be very beneficial to you an...
 
  Is a Management Career Right for You?
by Mary Gormandy White - Nov, 2007
Are you thinking about moving into management with your company? Before you ask your boss for the promotion, it’s a good idea to spend some time thinking about whether or not you are management material. The fact that you are an outstanding employee does not mean that you will like being a manager, or that you have the skills necessary to become a manager. What does it mean to say that someone is management material? It’s...
 
  Book Review - Stepping Up: 12 Ways to Rev Up, Revitalize, or Renew Your Career
by Mary Gormandy White - Oct, 2007
Whether you are just starting out in your career, seeking a promotion, or are thinking about taking your career in a new direction, you will benefit from the practical tips and suggestions in Stepping Up: 12 Ways to Rev Up, Revitalize, or Renew Your Career. With more than 35 years of experience as a human resources professional, author S. Gary Snodgrass is a reliable resource for career success advice. Readers are encourage...
 
  Book Review: Career Distinction - Stand Out by Building Your Brand
by Mary Gormandy White - Oct, 2007
Creating and managing your personal brand is essential for career success. Career Distinction: Stand Out By Building Your Brand written by career coaching gurus William Arruda and Kristen Dixson, is a valuable resource for any professional who wishes to set him or herself apart from competitors. If you want to advance in your career, whether you are self-employed or work for a small or large company, the advice in this book ca...
 
  Book Review: Help! Was That a Career Limiting Move?
by Mary Gormandy White - Oct, 2007
Have you ever been passed over for a promotion, or not chosen for a job that you really wanted and were qualified to do? If so, it’s a good idea to spend some time examining the factors that might be keeping you from achieving the career success that you want and feel you deserve. In Help! Was That a Career Limiting Move?, human resources and career development experts Pamela J. Holland and Marjorie Brodie, CSP, CMC, PCC o...
 
  Book Review: No More Ramen: The 20-Something’s Real World Survival Guide
by Mary Gormandy White - Oct, 2007
I wish this book had been available when I was in my twenties. No More Ramen: The 20-Something’s Real World Survival Guide is a must-read for young people just getting started in their careers. It is full of valuable advice for those who want to set the stage early in life for building a happy and satisfying life that includes a balance of career and personal life. No More Ramen: The 20-Something’s Real World Survival Guid...
 
  Career Development: Recommended Reading to Make the Most of Your Career
by Mary Gormandy White - Oct, 2007
No matter where you are in your career, you can always benefit from keeping up with the latest literature related to career and professional development. Whether you would benefit from learning how to land the job of your dreams, how to get a promotion, or just how to function more effectively in your current career, there are excellent career development books that can be of great benefit to you. As a professional, it’s i...
 
  How to Format Your Resume: Form Matters Just as Much as Content
by Mary Gormandy White - Jul, 2007
When it comes to using your resume to apply for a job, it’s important to remember that form matters just as much as content. A nice looking resume can’t make up for one that is full of spelling errors, typos, and factually incorrect information. However, an unattractive resume can completely undermine even the most impressive and well-documented credentials. In almost every situation, it is advisable to limit your resume...
 
  So You Want to Be a Manager?
by Mary Gormandy White - Jul, 2007
Management can be a very rewarding career. However, many people apply for or accept their first management job without stopping and thinking about what it really means to make the transition from being an employee to being a supervisor. A lot of things will change when you become a manager, and it’s a good idea to stop and think about whether you just want to move ahead, or if you really want to manage other people. Cha...
 
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