In my experience, when a job ends, anxiety fogs our vision and impacts confidence. I cancel out the doubts in my abilities by telling myself I am okay; it was because my Career Plan expired. It is time to create a new plan. My thinking is blurred. What can I borrow from the Marketing experts? […]
Understanding questions makes learning project management a lot easier. In my experience, those new to project management struggle more with understanding project-related questions than in finding answers. During my project management class, the attentive learner (and potential project manager) is confident in answering questions about the project process. However, whenever a formal assessment is […]
Opportunities and Challenges Quick Look at the Job Market Technology Impacted the ICT Sector and Mutated the Jobs The Skills Challenge – Hybrid Roles Technology Agency Recruiters Use and Exploiting the Technology Recruiters Use Creating the Conversation(s) you want to have A Quick Look at the Job Market Seek says – “a record year for […]
In my experience, most of the skilled project job seekers I meet are modest about their project successes. Many tell me they dislike having to write their resume. This aversion, combined with modesty, tends to be reflected in their resume. Honest reflection and a unique value proposition will create an authentic resume to stir interest […]
Practicing thinking laterally generates a new storyline with ideas and a fresh outlook by escaping from old routines. We can create a different conversation with hiring managers and change our career direction.
Applying for a new job is a massive challenge. After reading the position description and getting a clearer understanding of what the role requires, your resume might need to be changed, yet again.
Lateral thinking gives you more. More options. More hope. More mindfulness. More choices.
More solutions. More value. More resilience. More ideas.