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How To Say “No” To Your Next Job Offer

Posted on: October 26th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Most of focus on what questions we will ask when a new job offer is extended. We fantasize about the salary, the company or the office space. We focus on the vacation time, holidays, benefits and employee perks. Maybe you want to know how long it will take for you to move up the ladder, […]

Straight Outta College

Posted on: October 18th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Well, maybe you are coming down from the summer party of a lifetime now that you have graduated from college. But, the holidays are upon us, and you still may be looking for that perfect job with diploma in hand! You may have been lucky to receive a scholarship to school. Or maybe, you were […]

Words At Work

Posted on: October 13th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Words at work can take on a life of their own. Knowing how to measure your meaning and deliver a message that is on point is not as easy as it sounds. In an effort to be “transparent,” you can sometimes say more than you mean. Even when you have to share some feedback, relay […]

Job Mobility

Posted on: October 4th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Taking your work on the road is not a new concept. Companies have afforded employees the ability to telecommute, work from home, work remote or job share for years. It takes a rare individual to successfully transition into a more flexible work schedule without missing a beat. There are advantages to carving out a more […]

When Your Job Is Work

Posted on: September 26th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Nothing screams work more than when you have to manage your job. I don’t mean managing your job search, I mean actually managing how and when you show up for that weekly paycheck. It may be that you feel you have no other choice. The job may be all you have but when just showing […]

3 Reasons To Follow Your Career Compass

Posted on: September 20th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

If you like the narrative a good story line can reveal, you probably are a fan of some of the best-scripted shows on television. You don’t have to be an actor in your own drama to come up with a good story line. You do however, have to have a sense of the dramatic and […]

3 Ways You Know You Are Going Through A Job Phase

Posted on: September 15th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Direction, you either crave it or you question it. You may never know which way is up when you are traveling on the road towards career happiness. What you don’t realize it that everyone you know at one point or another in their career journey has passed through a “job phase.” For some it lasts […]

3 Reasons To Follow Your Career Compass

Posted on: September 7th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

There are many ways to follow your instincts when it comes to finding your dream job. Some like to dream big, imagining all the trappings that come with a successful career. Others like to think about ways to invent and create new ideas in the hopes that they may land something big. And there are […]

When Your Job Is Work

Posted on: August 31st, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

You may be a high-ranking executive, or someone who is still working his or her way up the corporate ladder, or perhaps you are just trying to break into the business. Wherever your position on the career chain, you may now or in the future be in a position where you have to navigate the […]

How To Create a Mock Interview

Posted on: August 24th, 2016 by Lisa Kaye No Comments

Sometimes you think you know how you come across to others but you don’t. You may think you rock in your presentation skills, or present a cool and calm presence or think you are a superstar when it comes to nailing a job interview. When was the last time you went on a job interview […]