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In February 2012, the Career Thought Leaders Consortium published their Findings of the 2011 Global Career Brainstorming Day: Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers. Read more to find out the Top 12 findings in the resume category from the best of the best in the career industry.
Not long ago, I heard someone complain of being bored and explained to him that I celebrate boredom despite the discomfort it may entail. I see boredom as an opportunity to rest my brain—an empty place that is necessary for the spark of creativity to take hold.
I discovered quite a bit of interesting material that supported my opinion.
If you’ve been placed on a school’s waitlist, congratulations! You weren’t rejected, and many are accepted each year from waitlists. As an MBA Admissions Consultant, I advise my clients not to sit back and wait, at least not in most cases. Working to get accepted from a waitlist is simply another step in the MBA…
How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile… and 18 Mistakes to Avoid. Now available in Kindle format through Amazon.com!
About a year ago, I decided it was time to create a customer service survey. So I went on line, found a surveying program and created some questions. I even went so far as to show it to my business coach, Susan Thomson, to get her feedback. She made some suggestions which I incorporated. Then…
Certain words or phrases appear in almost every MBA application essay. I’ve explained below why you don’t want to use 4 of these too-common words/phrases and what some alternatives might be. If you want to make your application stand out, do some editing and make sure to avoid these words completely. You might be surprised…
” Resume Oblivion” has been a hot topic in the news. Unfortunately the advice provided by these news sources, including The Wall Street Journal and NPR, is 1) rudimentary, 2) a no-brainer and 3) limited in its value.
Did you ever dump a college from your list because of the type (or number) of essays? If so you’re not alone. Find out why some students are weeding out schools based on their wacky essay requirements.