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Feedback in the Interview

When it comes right down to it, you don’t know what you don’t know. When it comes to interviewing, you don’t know what you’re missing when you don’t get feedback about how you’re doing; your presentation, articulation, clarity of purpose, listening skills, and ability to respond to the ambiguity of open- ended questions in ways […]

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Tips for Your Job Search

“It’s been more than three weeks since I sent my resume to a local company and I haven’t heard a peep out of them. The ad didn’t say whom I should call to follow up so I’ve tried several different departments and I haven’t heard anything.  By now I’ve called several more times and I’ve […]

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Take Time to Evaluate the Well-being of Your Employees

According to formal and informal workplace surveys employees are staying where they are, not because of loyalty to their bosses or love of their work. They’re staying because they’re concerned if they initiate a search: 1.  They’ll be found out and dismissed, before they are able to find work. An aggressive and talented field of […]

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Level Smart

Coach Jennifer Bush recently wrote this article for The Southeastern Council on Foundations and has allowed us to reprint this article on resistance from their October/November,2011 newsletter. If you or your organization has an article to share about learning or development,please let us know; we’d love to re-publish it! In the face of economic and […]

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Guide for Boomerang Parents Receives Review

The slow to no-growth economy and high unemployment rates have kids of all ages returning to their parents’ homes as they transition from college to work or from lost job to new job. Co-authors Joyce Richman and Barbara Demarest have been getting some attention for their guidebook, Getting Your Kid Out of the House and […]

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Coaching Across Cultures

Guest Author: Cody Benoit, TCA Intern Have you run into new leadership challenges due to globalization? Have you found that workers from different cultures require adding new perspectives and skills to your management toolbox? If so, Global leaders coaching-Coaching Across Culture, a paper written by Doudou Fall may be of interest to you. This paper is […]

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Roads, Routes and Ruts

Roads, Routes and Ruts: A Guidebook For Career Success by Joyce Richman Joyce addresses the importance of identifying children’s strengths and active parental guidance during childhood development. She notes the need for balancing a child’s interests and outlook through new and different experiences. For college graduates, Joyce looks at the importance of understanding job market […]

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Getting Your Kid Out Of The House and Into A Job

Getting Your Kid Out Of The House And Into A Job by Joyce Richman and Barbara Demarest Finally, a straightforward guide for parents of adult children who are looking for jobs. Whether your child is 15 or 50, parents have a hard time knowing what role to play in their child’s search for work. Getting […]

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iDesign Studios

iDesign Studios is a web design and development company specializing in creating custom web sites for other businesses – focusing primarily on custom WordPress theme design and development. Working with a wide range of businesses, industries and organizations throughout the United States, our primary goal is to help other small businesses succeed in their endeavors.

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Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative

Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative — TCA Coach John Alexander is involved with this international organization.  The concept of global responsibility is a new and evolving subject which goes well beyond traditional notions of corporate citizenship. To read more about developing in-company workshops on globally responsible leadership, read this pdf download article from The GRLI Partner […]

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