You’ve found a job that’s perfect for you, your customized resume is ready to go, and you’re about to submit your application. Then you see it. “Resumes without cover letters will … Continue reading Write a Better Cover Letter: Three Things I Learned From My Career Coach, Part #1
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One important lesson I learned from my grandmother is to be inclusive of others. Over the years, I’ve noticed an opportunity for us to be more inclusive of other people. How? … Continue reading Why You Should Master the Art of the Introduction
Hello, all! Summer term is under way and I’m taking Public Speaking and Managerial Accounting. I made significant progress on my garden during the break, but little progress on new … Continue reading Are Networking Events Really Worth It? (repost)
One term down, six to go. For this post I’ll give an update on school, my career transition, and how I’m spending time when I’m not studying. Spring Term is … Continue reading Career Transition Update: One Down, Six To Go.
Once upon a time, burnout got the best of me. Why? I got comfortable. Too comfortable. I enjoyed what I was doing so much, coaching new employees, building relationships, managing … Continue reading How I Beat Burnout Like a Drum
We live in the hyperlink era, and a good understanding of the latest and most effective digital tools can aid you in your job search and set you apart from … Continue reading 5 Digital Tools for the Empowered Job Seeker
My 11 year journey as a people manager was an amazing experience. Hired at 22 fresh out of college, I all but grew up in a successful organization where I … Continue reading My Top 3 Mistakes as a People Manager
I spent the summer of 1987 doing what most 10 year old kids did in the small town of Myrtle Creek, Oregon back in the ’80s…I waded through lakes picking … Continue reading Give People a Chance