skip to Main Content

How to Target Your Writing to Engage Your Audience

“Write from the reader’s perspective.” I utter these words several times each week as I work with clients on their job search documents and websites. While this advice is critical to writing effective resumes and websites, you should always consider the perspective of the audience for all types of professional writing. Doing so makes for clearer, more relatable communication.
Read More

5 Essential Tips for Proactively Managing Your Career

In my experience working with clients from disparate backgrounds, I have come to the conclusion that regardless of their field or level of responsibility, all professionals can take steps to safeguard their careers—even if individual jobs might come and go.…

Read More

Interview with Confidence, Part 2

This is the second part of a two-part article in which I discuss three key steps you can take to set yourself up for success at your next job interview. In Part 1, I cover the first two steps, Conduct…

Read More

Interview with Confidence, Part 1

This is the first part of a two-part article in which I discuss three key steps you can take to set yourself up for success at your next job interview. Here, in Part 1, I address the first two steps;…

Read More

Land Job Offers Without the Job Search

We’ve all either personally experienced or heard stories about situations where a job—one that was either posted or unposted—was filled by an “insider” candidate. Sometimes, the insider candidate is an internal candidate, one who is already employed by the organization…

Read More

How to Negotiate Your Compensation Package

If you’ve sought my help with your application materials in the course of your job search or have been following my previous posts, you’re probably aware that one of my mantras is “Write from the reader’s perspective.” The gist is that you’ll…

Read More
Back To Top