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Is there one particular or “go-to” résumé format which best highlight a service member’s experience? What are the main concerns an employer holds in regard to a military member’s time in service? What do veterans […]
What jobs might an over-50 job-seeker be looking for or be interested in as an “encore career?” What should mature job-seekers think about before embarking on this next chapter in their career? What available resources […]
You’ve been working at the first position in your career. Now, you want to find another lateral or upward career move. How do you articulate your professional experience on a resume that has clear value-add? […]
This past October, I was honored to have been asked by Lock Haven University to conduct a campus seminar for the career directors at 12 Pennsylvania colleges and universities. Included, was an open address to […]
The role of the executive is undoubtedly a demanding, and concurrently stressful, position. From an outside perspective, it is often difficult to perceive the heavy and intricate workload with which executives must contend. Both in […]
Embracing the need for organizational change and development is a crucial factor toward the success of any business. A company that adapts to an ever-changing corporate climate and the evolving needs of its employees is, […]
Stewart Cooper & Coon’s “Workplace Strategies Podcast” series consists of 15-minute interviews with a plethora of senior executives addressing current business and employment issues from wide-ranging industries and the military.
Employees, business leaders, and job-seekers, alike: […]
The vast majority of people who fit the apparent role of “job seekers” find themselves in a transition phase, one that is, by definition, driven by need. Now, granted, there are always the exceptions of […]