Archive | June, 2015

Are You Looking for a Career Test?

Are you bored at work? Are you looking for your dream career? Are you struggling to move up in your current career? Are you frustrated with your work situation? Are you uncertain about your life’s purpose? If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be searching for a career test that will […]

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What’s Your Resume Worth?

When it comes to developing a resume, it’s an investment. Money and time are two investments that are mandatory for any successful resume. There’s no way to get around these investments but there are ways to ensure that your resume is worth the results. Money. Many people hire resume writers and this is an investment. […]

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Resume or Job Search—Which Comes First?

When you’re considering a career change, your first instinct may be to create a resume. After all, you already have a job, so you know how to find one. Or do you? Are you missing out on awesome opportunities because you’re already jumping into the resume without prepping for a job search? The old adage, […]

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Resume Samples for Sales Executives

Many of my clients are sales executives. They’ve hired me because they are either poised to move up the corporate ladder or are ready to land their next big career move. Whether it’s up or out, they’re in transition and want to do everything within their power to transition smoothly, effectively and lucratively. This means […]

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Follow My Feed on Twitter!

WHEN: Starting Monday, June 22, you’ll discover a thought provoking question (and tip) each day at 1 p.m. EST on Twitter @KBMCoaching. WHY: A little goes a long way! Follow @KBMCoaching for: Answers to tricky interview questions Tips for negotiating a raise Suggestions for handling difficult work challenges Strategies for staying engaged in your career Inspiration for making a […]

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Interview Questions to Ask Employers

While considering potential interview questions, you’ll also want to think about a few to ask. Formulating the right queries can be challenging because there are answers you want, but certain questions you shouldn’t ask. While we carefully craft the precise balance of information gathering and positive impression questions as part of the career coaching process, […]

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How to Resign from Your Job

When I worked in the counseling division of a college, I recall a colleague who resigned in the most ungraceful of ways—he walked out of the college, “never to return.” Now, you might be wondering if he was mistreated, taking a stance or “schooling” his old boss. It was none of the above. Rather, he […]

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5 Daily Career Do’s—Number 5: Connect

Perhaps, I saved the best for last. Of course that’s my opinion, but I think we all agree that you can’t grow a career in isolation. So what is the fifth Daily Career Do? Connect. That’s right—connect with others you know and who you don’t know, every single day! Make a Connection. Okay, I can hear […]

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