Monthly Archives: February 2009

The Real Potential of Team Building

“Team building” is one of the most meaningless phrases in the English language. That’s right – meaningless. Yet requests for “team building” is the single most frequent request I receive from business executives, managers and team leaders. Almost always, they … Continue reading

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A Career Planning Checklist for Your Job Search

Perhaps you or someone you know is looking for a job or making a career transition right now, and maybe I can help. I have 20 years experience as a Certified Career Specialist and Business Coach, with a record of … Continue reading

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Committed 100% to doing a good job, but about 25% passionate? What to do…

Keith Privette turned to LinkedIn experts when he was approached by a friend who was “commited 100% to doing a good job, but about 25% passionate about the work?” Keith added, “Have you had this happen to you? What did … Continue reading

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