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3 stress-free marketing tools for technology executives [scripts]

Simple tools to help you to gain confidence and attract the right decision-makers to your business or your career. As an executive career management consultant and executive resume strategist, it surprises me that over the years most of my highly successful technology executives and CTOs struggle with simple marketing communications with their own professional networks. […]

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Resilience at Work

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill In a recent trip to New York City, I met a guy in a restaurant on the Upper East Side who works as a day trader. It immediately occurred to me how little I know about this profession and how one […]

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Inside the minds of CEOs [Survey]

I recently surveyed senior executives in the energy industry in Canada and the United States and uncovered a surprising trend. Succession and career planning are not typically identified as strategic imperatives, in spite of our knowledge of the contrary. Most executives I spoke with claimed that there was a clear lack of career development planning […]

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How savvy executives get coached—for free!

This weekend I was honored to be a volunteer at the annual “Discoverabilities” conference created for and in service to adults with intellectual disabilities in my city. I was deeply humbled by the networking, camaraderie and compassion that these adults shared with one another. This wonderful event reminded me of one of my absolute favorite […]

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7 reasons you need a plan B for your career.

I recently returned from an electricity conference in Kingston, Jamaica hosted by Jamaica Public Service Company where more than 375 women gathered to collaborate on “how women do energy differently.” Professionals, engineers and CEOs from around the globe gathered to discuss the energy industry and how to manage their careers. It was clear to me […]

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