Category Archives: Career Counseling

Inspiration – change, choice and principles

There are three constants in life… change, choice and principles.  Stephen Covey A lot of us fight it, but things are constantly changing and often we pit ourselves against the tide of life waiting for all of our ducks to … Continue reading

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How to Leverage Your Network the Integral Way

BY: Patrick D. Goonan If you have an address book in any form, you have a network.  Another word for a network or a market is a community.  How you choose to nurture your connections is a choice and one … Continue reading

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What are the 12 key elements of long-term job satisfaction? (survey included)

By: Patrick D. Goonan Pat is a 25+ year veteran in business who has been employed by such well-known companies as Merck, Xerox, Oracle, PeopleSoft and VMware.  He earned his Masters of Psychology at John F. Kennedy University and also … Continue reading

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Brief Introduction to the Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment

This video describes the essentials of the Myers-Briggs type indicator in about 2 minutes. As such, it will you to understand the basic value of this test in management, career planning or other contexts.

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What are your favorite personality assessment tests for career coaching?

In working with career clients, my two favorite personality tests are the Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram.  Together, they tend to cross validate and they also yield a high quality  information that is relatively comprehensive with respect to basic temperament and … Continue reading

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Get More Interviews – Transform Your Resume from Good to Great!

When the average person writes a resume, they often forget what its ultimate purpose is.  In fact, some people start and complete their resume without giving its true purpose a thought.  Maybe, that’s why so many resumes don’t even get … Continue reading

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The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less I think this article is right on the mark for many of us.  We have available to us an unprecedented amount of freedom.  This often leads to indecisiveness and a deterioration of our efforts into … Continue reading

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Originally posted on ADTRIBOO "Talent Online":
In tough times, you may need advice and guidance to help your business go down the right path. That is why, last Friday, the Madrid International Lab hosted a presentation starring Rodolfo…

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Networking Tips for Everyone

It’s a reality of today’s job market that you must network.  Simply sending out resumes and hoping for the best will not do it.  You have to build relationship capital and leverage it toward your goal of finding a job. … Continue reading

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What are your feelings about looking for a job during a recession or down time?

I understand it’s a bad economy and many people are struggling.  However, during any economy there are lots of people who make money and manage to achieve their goals.  Even during the great depression there were people who adjusted to … Continue reading

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