Archive for Career

Always Be Networking: Advice from Passport2Success

Another run of the speed consulting program for job seekers was sponsored and coordinated by WFMY-TV on May 5, 2010.  Many career coaches in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina volunteered their time.  Here’s a little snippet of video that I contributed between one on one sessions with people looking for advice on their […]

Are You Using Your Assets to Get Americans Back to Work?

Rosabeth Moss Kanter’s contributions to the business of work discourse are usually very good, but the March 1, 2010 post on the Harvard Business Review site ( was exceptionally relevant and inspiring.  Her title was “Getting Americans Back to Work.” Small and Do-able Ideas Great, you’re thinking, lots of people are writing about that topic […]

Overcoming Job Search Obstacles in Today’s Economy

Joyce Richman, my co-author for the ebook, Getting Your Kid Out of the House and Into a Job, and I were talking the other day.  We both had been hearing a lot from clients and colleagues about how the economy was affecting them.  We ended up talking quite a bit about those who are currently […]

Job Search Websites

Because I was doing some “curbside consulting” for some people who are in the middle of a job search or career transition, I compiled a list of job search websites as a resource. I still contend that 85% of jobs are filled by using networking — connecting with people you know who know people with […]

The Leadership Challenge Forum – Kouzes & Posner

March 21, 2014
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March Madness – Nerd Style

March 18, 2014
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Clinton Global Initiative University

March 18, 2014
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Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

March 16, 2014
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