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Imagine you are interviewing candidates for an open position. In your role, it’s important to you to improve your department and leave a legacy of having developed a new area of business for your company.  More...

CAREERS

by Ron Rakip

Tad was interviewed by Sammi Caramela, a B2B Staff Writer for Business News Daily. They discussed, "Stuck in a Rut? How to Negotiate Your Career."


There will likely come a time when you feel stuck in your career. Whether you're in need of a higher salary or are simply not enjoying the work you do, you might consider asking for a promotion or applying to other companies. 
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THE INFORMATIONAL INTERVIEW: A VALUABLE INVESTMENT
by Tad Mayer

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The purpose of this blog is to investigate the intersection of career development and negotiation. It also shares the best practices of each. Tad Mayer and his co-authors of the forthcoming book,
Own the Job Hunt, are the primary contributors. We strive to prompt you to achieve professional impact and fulfillment.


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​​​​​​​​​​​Let’s say you go to a meeting and find yourself sitting at a round conference table with nine other people.  The moderator of the meeting says, “I will give a prize of one thousand dollars to each of the first two people who can persuade the person sitting opposite to get up, come around the table, and stand behind his or her chair.”  What would you do? More...

​​Let’s say you want to build a table. You’ll be able to get some general directions on the Internet, from a book, or in a magazine, but you specifically want a tiger maple round table with six legs at an odd height. It will be hard to find an article specific to your project. You’ll be able to find some plans that you can try to adapt, but you’ll be missing a fair amount of important information, like:  More...

1. How to Figure out What You Want to Do  -  First of five video clips.

TALENT RETENTION - COSTLY BUT ESSENTIAL

by Ron Rakip

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Tad and Kevin Willett discuss how to stand out in a job interview

by Tad Mayer

Let’s say you meet with a friend after work and you tell her about your day, “My boss doesn’t listen to me, my team is lazy, even if we do get the project done — what difference will it make in the world, so why should I really care?”

Cara Bigony and Justin Wright collablorated on an article for MIT's The Tech asking new graduates what their plans were beyond graduation. We thought you might find it interesting. You can find the article here.

HOW TO STAND OUT IN AN INTERVIEW
by Tad Mayer

Definition:
NOUN
Occupations undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress. 
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Another Career Tool: Re-framing
by Tad Mayer                      

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       COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE  -  Talent Retention Series

              by Ron Rakip

Watch Tad interviewed about how job seekers can begin the process of pinpointing their next role. Watch it here. (90 seconds)

​​​​​​You’ve been working in your position for a while and your boss has not offered you a raise. How do you bring it up? What do you say? Below are 10 tips to help you successfully discuss a salary increase.  More...

What is the value of a talent retention strategy that includes good Communications and Organizational Feedback.?

Among the most important elements of Talent Retention elements in terms of influence on the employee base are communications and organizational feedback. This assumes that you have a talent retention strategy at all.
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BLOG ARTICLES ABOUT CAREER COACHING SERVICES, NEGOTIATION, & THEIR OVERLAP​​

TheLadders.com has posted an article by Tad Mayer about the "The Art and Value of Informational Interviewing." It discusses why to ask for informational interviews, how they are different from job interviews, and how to do them well. You can find the article here.

Tad interviewed by Business News Daily - Sammi Caramela

As a lifelong manager on the technical side of businesses, I became well aware of the rewards to be appreciated from having formal career plans for direct reports. More...

The Art and Value of Information Interviewing
by Tad Mayer                      

THE QUESTION

by Cara Bigony and Justin Wright