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A Dozen Lessons from Top Consultants on How to Be Great Management consultants hold some of the most demanding and rewarding jobs in the world. A climb to the top of the consulting industry is a huge challenge that Christie Lindor, consultant, author, and mentor, is...read more
College Grads Don’t Know How to Job Search… Here’s How to Land Your Dream Job After Graduation We often ask advice from “people like us” – our peers. To get a different perspective, I asked Joey Randazzo, 2016 graduate of University of Puget Sound and Project Manager...read more
3 Ways to Interview as a Team Player Do you come across at an interview as a competent but self-interested candidate or as a high-performing team player? Many companies are anxious to hire new employees who don’t just have the right experience and expertise, but who...read more
Being terminated from a job is scary. Reality is, it’s not always your fault, but in some cases, there may have been steps you could have taken to prevent it from happening. There are usually three reasons why you could get fired, says Debra Benton, co-author with...read more
You apply for a really cool job, and now you wait for the phone to ring, right? Calling the company could make you look over-eager, or even rude, right? Actually, no. Waiting would be a big mistake. You can’t just submit a résumé and think your work is done. Being...read more
There may be nothing harder than walking into the boss’ office to ask for a raise. But budget cuts are a way of life and in many companies if you don’t ask for a raise – you don’t get one. It’s not impossible with a little prep work and a shot of confidence. I sat...read more