In an effort to “Walk My Talk”, I approached my colleagues at Pinnacle Group and have arranged a year-long sabbatical to allow me to complete a book about career transitions.
Late on December 18, the partners of Findadeal, Leverage & Flippit enjoyed a brandy together after putting the finishing touches on the PPM for their $1 billion-targeted fourth fund. They could already taste the success they would reap, confident that the forthcoming management fees would allow them to support the lifestyles they had built…
Even though I am a vegetarian, I love Thanksgiving. For me, it’s not about the turkey, it’s an opportunity to reflect upon my life and to recognize that for which I am truly thankful. It also presents an opportunity to focus on the communities of which I am a part and to think about ways […]
There seems to be a disconnect between compensation anxieties and reality — especially for those who are employed.
There’s a great line in the movie Wall Street when Gordon Gecko first meets Bud Fox. Gecko says to Fox: “This is the kid, calls me 59 days in a row, wants to be a player. There might be a picture of you in the dictionary under “persistence” kid. So tell me ‘Why should I be listening to YOU?’”
I’m used to finding ways to keep myself psyched about looking for new opportunities all day, every day and beating back job search burnout. These tips are bound to work for you, too.
What is really behind a candidate’s offer to work for free, or an employer’s decision to take a candidate up on that offer? Should you offer to work for free if you are an unemployed candidate?
That first telephone interview is your one chance to convince the interviewer to invite you in for an in-person interview. There are no “do-overs”, so concentrate on making a great first impression.
Stop looking away and hoping Somebody does Something. Stand up. Be Somebody and do Something. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.
Recruiter Denise Palmieri routinely sees job candidates getting in their own way. Here are her five tips to get out of your own way.
Recruiter Denise Palmieri offers guidance on how to “minimize pain” if your career is hurt by a recession.
Recruiter Denise Palmieri says you get only one chance when applying for a position, so you need to demonstrate to a potential employer that you have the ability to do the job you want.
Feeling underpaid should be a signal to you to look closely at the position you’re in, the firm you’re at and your overall career objectives. While it may just be about the money, perhaps there’s really more that needs to be evaluated in your next move to make sure you’re satisfied with your career.