What is Expected?

Do You Know What’s Expected of You?

Did you ask? I’ve had conversations with so many people that goes something like this. “Sally got promoted, not me. What’s the deal? I’ve contributed so much more than she has!” or “I just don’t know what else my boss wants from me, . . . → Read More: What is Expected?

It’s All About Accomplishments

“What have you done for me lately?”

One of my managers used to ask this on a weekly basis. At the time, I didn’t realize how fortunate I was that he said it out loud. Spoken or not, this is one of the standards by which we are all measured in the work . . . → Read More: It’s All About Accomplishments

Optimism for job seekers

Author: Lori Howard

I’m cautiously optimistic. Actually, I’ve been harboring optimism about the job market for some time now – especially for those willing to do the work required to get hired. Only now I have concrete data to back me up! Check out this job market update in today’s WSJ!

WSJ_Careers – Job Gains . . . → Read More: Optimism for job seekers

Client Stories

I have found Lori’s webinars and her services to be extremely informative. Her professional deportment is exemplary, she is easy to converse with and she is very helpful with ideas and comments. Her knowledge of the business climate in the US and western countries serves her well. She is also an expert of making tools such as LinkedIn work for you…whether you are looking for another position or whether you are growing your own business. I cannot say enough good things about the way she manages her seminars, the usefulness of her websites and her offering. She takes the time to understand your particular situation, and interacts with you to guide you to make the right decisions. If you are looking for a career coach, get her services and you will not be disappointed.



Paul Immanuel, CEO & Principal Consultant, Immanuel Consulting Services, LLC