Here’s some coaching tips to help a recent grad launch a career

gradexaminer0501A couple of weeks ago I offered to provide coaching to a young man looking for his first career job after earning two difficult degrees from two top-notch universities.

We’ll call this gentleman Mark. We’ve met a few times and will meet a few more before he lands that job.

So far, we’ve revised Mark’s résumé to get the attention of company recruiters and drafted a compelling cover letter. He is updating his LinkedIn ...

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Five Questions for Every Owner, CEO and Entrepreneur

Business+OwnerGrowing up, I regularly read the comics pages in the newspaper. One of my favorites was Pogo, penned by Walt Kelly.

One of the most memorable strips for me was when Pogo stated, “Having lost sight of our objective, we redoubled our efforts.”
Now that we’ve reached mid-June, the time has come to review what’s happening and what’s not with your company’s results so far in 2017, particularly if those results aren’t coming ...

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Surprise, you’re not the smartest person in the room

billanddonaldThe first years of Bill Clinton’s presidency were marked by stumble after stumble in terms of strategy and execution of the new president’s agenda.

Being Governor of Arkansas is one thing, while being president of the United States is something very different.

It was only after a team of experienced political professionals came to the White House to assist the new president that things turned around.

Bill ...

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