Ten Guidelines of a Successful Career Transition

Below is a list of guidelines that can serve as a guide during the first phase of your career transition process. These guidelines should help you stay positive and not feel overwhelmed.  Speak Positively About Your Employer – Do not burn bridges! You will need to rely on your prior employer for references. Losing a [ ... ]

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A Solid Career Transition Assistance Program

A Solid Career Transition Assistance Program may be the most important severance benefit you provide to a separated employee. No matter the economic environment, “rightsizing” impacts corporations across all industries without discrimination.  Reductions in the workforce continue to appear on the front page of every newspaper with alarming regularity.  Executives are facing extraordinarily tough decisions [ ... ]

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Taking Charge of the Unexpected

Losing a job is not something most people plan for. It can feel overwhelming, and you may not be sure where to start. Do you tell people right away? Who do you tell first? Are your finances in order? What about benefits? Where do you start in a new job search? Below we compiled a [ ... ]

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Zoom Up your Team Building Activities

Like most businesses impacted by COVID-19, our team is working remotely, and sticking together as a team is as important as ever during these uncertain times.  Each member of our team plays an important role in the career transition process, and we have the process pretty much down to a science, having worked together for [ ... ]

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6 Highlights of our Career Transition Program

We at Career Partners International are experts in career transitions, and have helped thousands of individuals successfully achieve their career goals. We tailor each individual’s programs to their specific situation and provide resources and personalized coaching to help one successfully shift into the next phase of their career. Here are a few highlights of what [ ... ]

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Take That Interview!

Many career pilgrims avoid interviewing for jobs because they think that the salary may be significantly below what they are willing to accept.  The primary reason for this avoidance is that they do not want to waste their time and the interviewer’s time.  This is not a sound strategy for many reasons.  The main one [ ... ]

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Are You the Delusional Boss?

Have you ever had a delusional boss?  The kind of boss who’s clueless about the impact his or her behavior is having on the department’s morale, or worse yet, could care less but still can’t understand why performance is down?  A leader who lacks self-awareness can destroy careers and business success.  It’s the number one [ ... ]

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Lifestyle for Life Stages

Time is the most precious commodity we have. Each minute is an asset that once spent, you will never get back. Your time is perhaps the most meaningful thing you can share with someone else. You don’t have to be productive every minute of the day, because time spent in relaxation and enjoyment is time [ ... ]

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Your Fairy Godmother Can’t Help You

It has often been said that anything worth having must be worked for.  That is very true about so many things, but especially about career opportunities.  Even if you have a fairy godmother, I’m not sure she can wave a wand and make a new opportunity magically appear. You must work for it. Whether your [ ... ]

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The Leave Behind Package: An Interview Differentiator

An interview is a competition, plain and simple, and only one person can win that competition. Having a good resume and answering the interview questions reasonably well will rarely be enough to win the competition in today’s job market. You need to ask yourself “what am I doing before, during, and after the interview to [ ... ]

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