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It is no longer enough to do you job, in some companies it is not even enough to do your job well. To stay employed and work toward getting promoted you need to do more than "your job." You need to exceed expectations by adding value and continuing to invest in yourself.
10 Things Not To Do When You Lose Your Job
Do you know the 10 Things NOT TO DO when you lose your job? You would be surprised to know that many make these very mistakes! Check out this report 10ThingsNotToDoJobLoss and your job search will be successful.
Be Extraordinary in Your Career: Toot Your Own Horn
How can you get promoted or avoid being downsized if nobody knows your accomplishments? It is your responsibility to find opportunities to let the "powers that be" in your organization know how valuable you are and the contributions you make. There are ways to strategically become known as extraordinary.
The Truth About Job Hunting in Today's Job Market
Out of work and frustrated? Thinking that in this economy you will never land a good job? Don't sell yourself short. In today's job market there continues to be opportunities for great careers! In this report you will learn the TheTruthaboutJobHuntinginToday'sJob Market
Become Extraordinary in Your Career by Leveraging Your Strengths
Talents + Skills = Strengths. Knowing your strengths and how to leverage them is important in your quest to excel from ordinary to extraordinary
Thinking of re-entering the workforce after taking time off to raise your family? Download our free report "How to Take the fear & Confusion Out of Going Back to Work".
Take Charge of Your Professional Success
Are you ready to take charge or your career by becoming extraordinary? In these turbulent economic times you must position yourself to excel, thrive and achieve the success you deserve.
"Finding Joy After Relationships Fail" with Maureen Staiano. Lisa shares valuable tips about how to take the fear and confusion out of re-entering the workforce after a failed relationship.
Are you REALLY an impostor?
If you feel like an impostor rather than an expert in your profession you are holding yourself back from achieving success.
Teleseminar "College Kids, Money and the Whole Crazy Thing" with Karen Monroy
People ARE Getting Hired and You Can Too!
Important steps you must take when you lose your job
How you can begin to uncover and clearly explain all of your skills, strengths, and employers
The top two things that people who found jobs did in order to get job offers
The importance of identifying what you REALLY WANT out of your new opportunities so that you can develop your marketing platform
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Doing Your Job Is Not Enough
In this economy it is no longer enough to do you job, in some companies it is not even enough to do your job well. To stay employed and work toward getting promoted you need to do more than “your job.” You need to exceed expectations by adding value and continuing to invest in yourself.
10 Things Not To Do When You Lose Your Job
Do you know the 10 Things NOT TO DO when you lose your job? You would be surprised to know that many make these very mistakes! Check out this report and your job search will be successful.
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"Identifying shortcomings I have in the way I do things - procrastination, accepting responsibility, getting into a negative frame of mind. I thought I knew about them all, but identifying them overtly to another person allows me to deal with them rather than letting them fester. I also benefited from proposed strategies for dealing with them, preventative measures, as well as corrective measures." Josh S.
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“I met with Lisa when I was between jobs and looking to define a new career path. Lisa asks excellent questions, she is insightful and encouraging. Lisa is the ultimate professional” Margaret S.
"Lisa gives me a way to discuss work issues and discuss practices on how to handle certain situations. I find myself better focused on a specific goal, as well as learning to be more global in my focus, think as a manager/leader, not just completing a task. Coaching is helping me better manage my team - hopefully motivate them, share my passion for the business in a way that they feel part of that, and ultimately become more productive. Lisa has good insight into behaviors, this helps to target my approach to managing, and try new methods that I would not have known about." Judy C.
"I am so happy I landed the job at Google! Thank you so much for all of your efforts and advice. Every time we meet, I always get the job - NBC and now Google! You really are my good luck charm :) Susan M.
"Lisa was constantly questioning. Asking me to look at things in different ways and consider angles I hadn't though of - perhaps a problem with someone was caused by the way I chose to communicate? Perhaps an issue arose because I just looked at a situation differently than someone I was working with?... "I recommend Lisa, and coaching, very highly. Working with Lisa helped me clarify my goals into specific, achievable steps, and Lisa kept me accountable for making measurable progress against those goals every time we met. As a result of having worked with Lisa, I have more confidence at work, more happiness at home, and much better balance between the two." Leigh S.
“I don’t usually create goals for a year, other than what is required for work. I think this is important to do and it has been beneficial for me to do this. It makes me establish action steps to ensure that I am working towards getting the things that are important to me accomplished. This list of goals also helps me prioritize and re-evaluate, instead of getting overwhelmed or upset that things are not getting done. I have begun to recognize that I do have successes everyday and to give myself credit for them. Lisa gave me the right level of support and provided objective feedback on issues that I have encountered so that I can learn from them.” Dana C.
"I have been working on becoming more efficient by dealing with my road blocks and increasing my confidence. Lisa has helped me break down what I need to do into specific, bite-sized tasks that aren’t overwhelming. Regular checking in keeps me moving forward and taking stock of how I’m progressing and what I might do differently to improve. I like feeling that I’m not alone. She provides realistic support. I feel lucky to have found a career coach who is just right for me, dealing with me where I am, not where I “should be.” Carol T.
"The best part about the sessions was that I felt I was talking to a friend, but at the same time my guidance. I enjoyed feeling open and ready to share ideas without being shot down or discouraged. I liked the fact that there was always something positive to be said, even if I had something negative to say or complain about. It turned my mood around and helped me see alternate options more quickly than I usually do.” C.L.
“I met with Lisa when I was between jobs and looking to define a new career path. Lisa asks excellent questions, she is insightful and encouraging. Lisa is the ultimate professional” M.S.