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The Prepared Leader

By | May 9th, 2016|Career Transition|

Terminating an employee is probably one of the most difficult tasks any leader will undertake. There are balancing needs that must be faced in each notification: the needs of the employer; the needs of the employee being terminated; and the needs of the remaining team. The prepared leader plays a pivotal role in addressing these [...]

Regrouping After a Layoff

By | March 3rd, 2016|Career Transition, Videos|

Recently lost your job?  Pam Corbett, Career Specialist with Cenera discusses first steps after you’ve lost your job with Breakfast Television host,  Jill Belland.

Why Consider Volunteering as a Job Search Strategy

By | December 7th, 2015|Career Transition, Executive Search|

I am guessing that you are reading this post because you are considering what you can do to make your resume, your Linked-In profile and your network move into top gear and give you that competitive edge in a tight job market. So why would you possibly want to take time “away” from job seeking [...]

Holiday Season Networking

By | December 3rd, 2015|Career Transition, Marketing|

It seems we are often asked by our clients if they should take a break from their job search over the holidays. Chances are you won’t get many interviews, but this is a great time to network and look ahead to the New Year. How can you hit the ground running? By networking like crazy [...]

Making the Most of Your LinkedIn Profile

By | November 30th, 2015|Career Transition, Executive Search|

Times are tough, no question about it. There are a lot of people looking for work at the moment. And surprisingly a lot of people are finding work. These aren’t the stories you hear on the radio or in the newspaper. I guess nothing sells like doom and gloom. We know from our work with [...]

When Are You Too Old to Make A Career Change?

By | August 14th, 2013|Career Transition|

Blog from our global partner Q: I am 35 years old and have been in sales since college. I don’t feel any satisfaction from my current role and am considering a change to the creative side of marketing. People say I’m too old to make such a big change. Your thoughts? A: You are absolutely not too [...]

Backpacking Your Way to the Top!

By | June 17th, 2013|Career Transition, Executive Coaching|

Blog from our global partner: by Travis Jones I used to do a lot of backpacking when I was younger and I’ve noticed that there are a lot of similarities between climbing a mountain and climbing the career “mountain.” Our career, like climbing a mountain, is a journey for which we must prepare. We must [...]

The Key to Job Satisfaction

By | June 11th, 2013|Career Transition|

Blog from our global partner: by Pat Berg The excitement of starting a new position, especially after a hard fought job search, is exhilarating.  To assure long-lasting job satisfaction, it's important to have a clear and well-articulated view of your ideal opportunity prior to starting your search. In our last blog, we discussed the value [...]

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

By | May 28th, 2013|Career Transition|

Blog from our global partner: by John Daugherty Breaking up is hard to do, especially when you are facing having to lay off employees. Providing a soft landing for departing employees is not only the right thing to do, but is also a strategic business investment with big payoffs. What are the benefits of investing [...]

Turn, Turn, Turn…

By | May 21st, 2013|Career Transition, Executive Search|

Blog from our global partner: by Jim Davidson Why do interviews intimidate people so much? The worst that can happen is that the company you are interviewing with will not hire you! If that is the worst that can happen, then how do you make an impression, say the right things and win the job? [...]