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How to Plan Your Career Path Course- An ALISON Selection

I recommend this free online course courtesy of ALISON to all Express Expertise members. In this free online course, Stan Christensen, a partner at Arbor Advisors, an investment banking firm, advises doing as much informational interviewing as you can to ensure you pick a career path that you will enjoy and be a good fit for your interests….

Want To Change Your Career Field? Wait, Not Just Yet!

Are you currently unsatisfied with your job or the direction of your career?  If you are, you may be interested in changing career fields. While this is more than possible to do, it is important to remember that not all jobs and career fields are the same.  For example, just because you may make a…

Think Twice Before Quitting Your Job

Are you frustrated with your job?  Whether you dislike your boss, your coworkers, your work hours, or the pay, you may be interested in quitting your job.  Of course, the decision to quit your job is your decision to make, but there are some instances in which you may want to give your decision a…

Of Dead URL Links And Dead-End Jobs

You have, no doubt, once or twice clicked on a URL (link) and found yourself face to face with a scary picture of a skull and two ‘crossed’ bones’. It was a dead link. Move this fast forward to your current job! Have you ever felt like you are working at a dead-end job?  If…

Recognizing- What is on the plaque

Nixon, the company driver received the “Driver of the Year Award” at the end of the year as recognition for his stellar performance. The CEO handed Nixon a beautiful Glass plaque with carefully crafted inscriptions praising him as an individual and reaffirming his competences. Nixon however challenged the spirit of the ward [Read More]

Transferable skills in plain English grammar

In their article “The Role of Transferable Skills in Career Planning”, CareerPerfect define transferable skills (or competencies) as skills you have acquired from past experiences that are transferable to a different type of career, industry or environment. What is more exciting however is the way they apply plain English grammar to ‘drive’ this definition home….

Want To Find A Job You Love?

Want To Find A Job You Love? Get insights from J.T O’Donnell, CEO of CAREEREALISM & CareerHMO. This article was featured at With more than 70% of the working population claiming to be dissatisfied with their jobs, it’s clear finding a job you love isn’t easy. A large part of the problem lies in…

Still Wanted: Career Leverage by Katie Wacek

New post on Career Systems International I found this new post on career leverage very insightful and useful indeed. It is published here verbatim Still Wanted: Career Leverage by Katie Wacek Written by Beverly Kaye, Founder, Career Systems International The concept of ‘career leverage’ was formed in 1982 to capture the idea of the six different ways an…

Critical Success Factors in your career

In this article I invite you to apply the CSF concept on to your career goals and objectives. CSF stands for Critical Success Factors. The CSF concept was first applied by D. Ronald Daniel on Business projects in the 1960s. According to D. Ronald Daniel CSF are the essential areas of activity that must be…

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