Leaders have great ideas. If you have a great idea, why don’t you write a book? How hard could it be? You wrote long papers in college. Perhaps you write extended reports in your current job. How hard could it be to string a few of these efforts together and write a book? Wouldn’t it

Leaders, Write a Book – Just Don’t Quit Your Day Job

While people under 35 seem to be taking the world’s transformation to social networking in stride, I am finding a trend of indifference or even resentment toward social networking among my fellow Baby Boomer Generation business leaders. These are the kind of comments I’ve heard: “Oh, this is just a fad – remember all those

Social Networking, Deal with It: Your Livelihood May Depend on It

Are you in the job transition process? Losing a management position in this economy is remarkably challenging. What must experienced middle to senior managers accomplish in the weeks following the devastating loss of a job? Simply turn around and be the most positive, energetic, and strategic job candidate as quickly as possible. Easier Said Than

Leaders in Job Transition Save $10,000

So you’re looking for a job, and you get that big interview. Your natural tendency is to focus on what you see as the most important factor: YOU. Most job candidates prepare for interviews by focusing on themselves, their past performance, their achievements, and their success stories. By the time of the interview, these candidates

The Power Job Interview: It’s Not All About You