Thought Leadership

Your career makeover: A 4-point business plan

By | April 22nd, 2010|

What's next? If you've been downsized, laid-off, or gone out-of-business, you're basically looking to the next "right" job, new career path, or to build a new business. You need to start making money and find personal [...]

Interviewing tips from both sides of the fence

By | October 28th, 2009|

Everyone thinks they know how to interview candidates, but can there be consistent truths that enable someone to uncover the genius of a given candidate in the 30 to 60 minutes that you are allotted [...]

Getting fired: Your pink-slip checklist

By | May 15th, 2009|

Are you unemployed? Or, are you perhaps under-employed and seeking to make an upward change? Technology puts information at our fingertips and gives us the ability to thoroughly do our homework. Job seekers have no [...]

Why top talent will trump the recession

By | May 10th, 2009|

Here we are in the midst of the biggest economic downturn in decades. Sounds scary. But what does the economic climate mean for employment and hiring in the interactive and technology worlds? By now we [...]

Making the most of your staff in a slow economy

By | March 22nd, 2009|

In this economy, many companies we work with are evaluating their staff, retrenching and looking at costs. They are scratching their heads as they try to be smart now and for their futures. I recently [...]

How to Survive the Thinning of the Marketing Herd

By | November 13th, 2008|

Today is not the day for excuses. The preverbal "the buck stops here" provides a very real message, if you're serious about succeeding in today's challenging economy. I've interviewed many sales and marketing people [...]