'Wanted: Skills, Discipline, and Strength of Character'
Jul. 03, 2013 | Cindy Lee
CL: So, you’ve told me that you don’t enjoy your job and want a change. What would you want instead?
- (Pause.) I’m not sure.
CL: What do you dislike about your current job?
- (Pause.) I’m not sure… I can’t articulate it, I just know I don’t enjoy it.
CL: What brought you to this job in the first place?
- It was time to leave my previous job, and this seemed like a good opportunity. Read More
Jun. 27, 2013 | Cindy Lee
We’re in the process of navigating your career situation with integrity – the job-searching approach I use to help clients find the right opportunities, which I introduced last week (take a look for a refresher on common pitfalls, etc.). Read More
Jun. 19, 2013 | Cindy Lee
Yesterday I began the 2-part posting on four different approaches to a job search. I described two different ones that I believe work “backwards” – the “Update your resume, get it out there, and see what bites” approach and the “Network, network, network!” one. (Click here to read more about those approaches and what I mean by “backwards.”) Each had its share of pitfalls and redeeming qualities. Read More
Jun. 18, 2013 | Cindy Lee
I can’t tell you how many people tackle a job search backwards. Of course that’s my opinion, and I’ll explain more because my approach is not typical. Read More