2/11/16 – DISCovering Your Unique Value – Career Connectors

Cartoon of a woman saying to a man, “Your DISC Assessment came back. Your so unique, your classified as a square.”

On February 11, 2016, I blogged for the Scottsdale Career Connectors event. Sandi Ashton (with Optimizing Excellence) spoke on using your DISC assessment personality profile can help you in a job search and your personal life. Continue reading “2/11/16 — DISCovering Your Unique Value — Career Connectors”

1/26/16 – Success for the Seasoned Search…The Benefit of Being Overqualified – Career Connectors

Question: Why would an employer NOT want to hire someone overqualified?
Answer: FEAR! […]

Last week, I had the opportunity to blog about Abby Kohut’s talk to the Phoenix Area Career Connectors. She skillfully talked about why recruiters are afraid of hiring extremely qualified people and what the job seeker can do about it.

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1/14/16 – Finding Your Internal GPS – Career Connectors

On January 14, I was the guest blogger for Career Connectors. The speaker was Paula Shoup of Internal GPS and it was on using your internal GPS to stay positive during difficult times. Continue reading “1/14/16 — Finding Your Internal GPS — Career Connectors”

Guest Post | Career Connectors

On Wednesday, I had the privilege to write a blog recap on the Phoenix Area Career Connectors site.

Source: 10-27-15—The Work Before the Work

Pamela Heward was the keynote speaker. She did a great job talking about the personal development we need to do and assumptions we must let go of when in a career transition.

The presentation was also great for anyone starting their own business needing  to let go of assumptions that hold them back.

There is also some information on Phoenix area employers and resources for job hunters. Enjoy!