New College Graduates—What Employers Are REALLY Looking For

What’s the one thing that many college graduates fail to consider when preparing for a job interview? Overcoming stereotypes! Everyone to a certain extent faces unspoken biases during an interview—or what I often refer to as a second conversation or subtext during an interview that is not voiced by the interviewer. For millennial job candidates, […]

Bragging in the Virtual World

WITHOUT BLOWING IT Social media is a powerful tool that can do wonders for our businesses, rekindle relationships, make us feel more connected, and save us time. But unfortunately, if left unattended, it can become a negative gift that keeps on giving. This article contains tips on making social media work for you, not against you. […]

Ethical Behavior at Work

AN OLD-FASHIONED SOFT SKILL FOR THE NEW WORLD If ethical behavior had been taught to employees and reinforced as a must-have soft skill, could we have prevented the economic meltdown? This article contains some practical ideas and tips for keeping your own professional ethics in tip-top shape as we navigate our way out of the […]