Month: March 2017

  • 5 Problems with Teaching People How to Fish

      As the new administration decides where to make cuts and where to allocate funding, heated debates continue on both sides of the political spectrum. Don’t worry, as usual, this post is not political. (I personally find that many of the issues that need a resolution would be better served if politics were left out […]

  • Pro Hacks to Get In Front of Your Future Boss

      Last week I laid out plans A through D for getting noticed by your future employer, but one of those plans deserves its own post, as it requires some ingenuity, investigative skills, and GUTS. Did that just discourage you?  We will talk in the coming weeks about what caused that and how it can […]

  • Plans A Through D for Getting Noticed by Employers

    Flat out– I cannot guarantee even a cover letter I write is going to be read by human eyes. Even though I identify and research my client’s most logical next boss, find out what is most important to them, target their hot buttons, and write a subject line that cannot be ignored for an email […]

  • The Secret to Influencing Corporate Change Revealed

      Many of my clients over the past ten years have either developed thought leaders for their organization, leveraged thought leaders, or have been thought leaders themselves. It seems like common sense that if change in an organization is going to be adopted, it needs to happen from the top down, but my clients have […]