Here’s an interesting article on the MSNBC website about how to leave a job gracefully.
“Your job now is to find a job.” As a career coach, I’ve talked with my clients many times about the concept. But it’s a much more challenging phrase than […]
Yesterday morning I again went to the weekly meeting of NoCoNet – an organization focused on supporting the needs of job seekers here in northern Colorado. I can’t recommend it […]
My wife and I had a chance to see the new movie Up from Disney Pixar. It’s a wonderful story, and highly recommended for people of all ages. But there’s […]
I see a lot of people who stumble through life not feeling particularly strongly about their job and career. For myself, this comes after I feel I’ve been burned – […]
The Colloquium is drawing to a close – tomorrow we have the final Mass and a concluding brunch. We’re getting to the bottom of our inch-thick music packet, and people […]
I just got done hiking back from the north end of the campus where we had today’s Gregorian Chant rehearsal. Last year I was in Wilko Brouwer’s polyphony choir group […]
Oddly enough, I got a call back about a L&D job that I applied for recently.
My friend Yee Sing reminded me to add another update on how the career-change journey is going. It’s been a strange week – a lot going on, but little going […]
I had a great discussion with a group of leaders today, about how to unleash the hidden potential within their organization. Here’s the basic idea.