In this one-hour master call, veteran career industry performers share insight into strategies for moving from where you are now into ever-deeper circles of success. You will walk away with those 'inside secrets' to success as well as the pitfalls to avoid in growing your business. You’ll leave with actions
This is a fantastic master class with Pat Schuler! The five skills provide action steps you will be able to apply immediately. Take the time to listen to this class -- you’ll feel more confident and empowered. If you’re looking for some new strategies and specific bottom-line action steps that
Book Review by Sherry Mirshahi, CEIC - President of Interview Roadmap The CDI book club had its first meeting to discuss the book, The Power of Small: Why Little Things Make a Big Difference, by Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval. The members had a wonderful time reviewing the
By Laura DeCarlo, CDI President The end has arrived with the two final steps toward your competitive edge. So far you have: evaluated your time use, envisioned how you want to use your time, asked yourself empowering questions to begin moving toward your plan, created written goals and action steps
By Laura DeCarlo, CDI President Did you take stock of how your time is spent with the pie chart evaluation exercise (or life wheel) last week? Are you excited by making more time and establishing priorities in week two? Then, let's get started! In this step we will make meeting
By Laura Labovich His name was Darren and he was perfect. My peer at a Fortune 100 company, I was immediately drawn to him, as one would be to the popular kid in high school, or a math teacher with an uncanny ability to make you crave algebra! Success seemed
This 1-hour master class is a fast-paced, idea-packed discussion of strategies which entrepreneurs can utilize to market, position, grow, and build their businesses, even in a down market.
By Lea Clark As soon as the Halloween costumes hit the retail shelves, many us who are in the career field begin to see a major decline in sales. People begin thinking about Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas presents instead of improving their career path. So, while it may seem a