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    Moving Up the Ladder - Letting Go Opens Up New Career Possibilities
by Katherine Burik and Cady Chesney - May, 2015
What success looks like to person A and person B could be very different, but one must consider if their ideals surrounding success are outdated, and the impact those outdated ideals can have on a career. Katherine Burik, Speaker, Author, and Career Coach with Interview Doctor, joins the show to share how your outdated definition is holding you back, and what you can do to change it. Moving Up the Ladder gives employees and...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Three Tips to Build Your Brand
by Hallie Crawford and Cady Chesney - Apr, 2015
Networking can be a critical piece to helping you build your brand. Usually people only think of networking as a tool for their job search but, that’s not the only time networking can be useful. It can be a critical piece to helping you build your brand in your current industry, or in a new one that you want to transition to. Join host Cady Chesney and guest Hallie Crawford, founder of “Create Your Career Path” and certified c...
 
    You Do What? - I'm a Cookie Decorator and Instructor
by Amber Spiegel and Cady Chesney - Apr, 2015
Have you ever seen a cookie decorated in such a way that it looks like artwork? Amber Spiegel, owner of SweetAmbs cookie studio, teaches individuals how to create works of art out of cookies – they look so beautiful, you feel guilty eating them! Amber Spiegel joins the show to share her passion for cookie decorating and teaching. Tune in to find out more! You Do What? is a fun show about odd jobs so our listeners can hear f...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Anatomy of a Blindside and How to Avoid It
by Bonnie Marcus and Tim Muma - Apr, 2015
According to the documented experiences of thousands of women and in-depth research, women are often passed over for career advancement opportunities. This isn't necessarily a conscious thing, but the result of a differing perspective in the workplace. Executive coach Bonnie Marcus, founder of Women's Success Coaching, tells Tim Muma about her own experience of being blindsided in her career. She uses that disappointing time a...
 
  Do you know the secret behind successful networking?
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2015
Job listings are up by 10% says ExecuNet, one of the leading executive and leadership online resources. Maybe like thousands of other executives you refreshed your career documents and online profiles in January in hopes of tapping into the opportunities that become available in the first quarter of the year. How are things going for you in the second quarter of the year? Have recruiters and hiring managers reached out t...
 
  Exploratory Interviews: How to Land Them and Make Them Work for You
by Lisa Rangel - Apr, 2015
Question: When is a job interview not a job interview? Answer: When it is an exploratory (or informational) interview. Exploratory interviews are a high-value way to network, obtain information and leave a good impression in a workplace that might interest you. Whether you seek a position, or desire a transition, an IEJI can bridge the distance between where you are in your career and where you want to be. Even without...
 
  What Recruiters Are Looking For In An Executive LinkedIn Profile
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2015
LinkedIn statistics reveal that there are 347 million users as of February, 2015 with a geographical reach to 200 countries and territories. A LinkedIn statistics report also said that about 40% of these users check LinkedIn daily, with 30 million views of LinkedIn member pages. Whether you are an executive job seeker or a recruiter, that’s a pretty big social media pool to tap. Even if you are not actively looking for you...
 
  Critical Steps You Need to Follow Now—to Become a Leader in the Future
by Terri Tierney Clark - Apr, 2015
Whether you have just started your first job or you are several years into your career, it’s not too early to pave the way for a leadership role ahead of you. In fact, if you don’t start thinking about how you can become successful in the future, success may elude you down the road. That’s because there are certain career path essentials that you need to consider and skills you need to acquire to achieve a top position in you...
 
  Should You Connect on LinkedIn with Your Interviewer?
by Thea Kelley - Apr, 2015
In job search, you're continually looking to expand your professional network, especially among people who are well placed to help you get a job. The people with whom you've done job interviews are certainly in that category. So should you invite your interviewers to connect on LinkedIn? In many cases the answer is "yes, but probably only after the job interview process is over." An invitation to connect during the in...
 
  How to Hold an Effective Business Dinner
by Adrienne Erin - Apr, 2015
For generations, businesspeople have met over meals to entertain clients and colleagues. However, these events are not solely for entertainment purposes. They also present a great opportunity to either make a strong first impression or solidify favorable opinions people already have. Keep reading to get some tips that will hold true whether you’re hosting a dinner for just one person or several. Take Care of the Details...
 
  Networking: Three Ways to Build Your Brand
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2015
As we talked about in our radio interview, networking can be a critical piece to helping you build your brand. Usually people only think of networking as a tool for their job search but, that’s not the only time networking can be useful. It can be a critical piece to helping you build your brand in your current industry, or in a new one that you want to transition to. Networking to build your brand can be especially helpful fo...
 
  How To Exude Your Professional Presence While Networking
by Valerie Sokolosky - Apr, 2015
Last month was a flurry of events and conferences where I found myself in the midst of people I had never met. What fun to stand back and observe first hand some people who exuded executive presence from the minute they entered the room. What a dilemma to watch others struggle throughout the evening, glancing at their watch as if it was going to ring when their time was up and they could leave. Showing up with executive p...
 
  Be someone people are happy to refer
by Sherri Edwards - Apr, 2015
There are professionals who match people to jobs or business opportunities and others who connect people with similar interests. Professional associations or academic institutions may match mentors with mentees. All around us are opportunities to link people with people, or people to information. The success of these referrals is typically predicated on how much the referring party knows about each of the others. Everyone w...
 
  4 Life Lessons from Being a Working Professional
by Tiffany Young - Mar, 2015
For most people, lessons happen along the way. It’s what you do with those tidbits of vital information that is most important. Just when we think we’ve learned something, life comes along and shows us there’s more. I recently reflected on a few life lessons I learned last year and, to my surprise, most were connected to work. I thought, how could that be? It was true. The things I learned about relationships, finances, and...
 
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