Early on in my career, I was introduced to the teachings of Lou Alder; he is best known as the “Original Headhunter”. His insights on how to attract and evaluate talented professionals are valuable tools that I have incorporated into my recruiting practice.
2013 has begun! Here is a list of Upcoming California Legal Events for Q1.
In reflecting on the past year, I have so many topics that come to mind, so many controversial topics to discuss. It is overwhelming. We are now living in a truly global economy and there is just more of everything. At work, and in my personal life, no matter what I do to try to slow things down, there is more to think about and life just continues to get busier.
With the end of the year fast approaching, I am feeling the pressure of completing all those last minute projects that have eluded me. Why did I wait so long? What is wrong with me? If you can relate – you will appreciate this month’s blog contributed to ATS by Barbara Mencer, professional legal coach & performance strategist.
I found this article and thought this is a perfect and timely piece that all of us can relate to. The tips are simple, but they are also powerful. The reality is that people do not quit their companies or their jobs – they quit their bosses.
Last month Daniele Souza provided some tips on how to stand out from your competition on your next interview. Piggybacking off her post, I would like to add to it and address the interview “close”. Few individuals seriously consider closing an interview with a little more than a “Thank you”.
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With so many challenges facing today’s job seeker, I find it hard to narrow down my train of thought to one topic that takes precedence. Having been fortunate to coach some wonderfully skilled people in attaining the “next step” in their career, I am always wondering what separates the talented individual that gets the job from the talented individual that does not.