Fired or Seeking a New Role? Need a Plan?

On April 25, 2013, in Blog, Job Seekers, by Christine Glasco

You have been fired You made a decision to quit your job and: start a business; become a consultant; go back to school, or move to a new state You retired but you need to do some type of meaningful work You want to return to work after: illness, family leave, divorce, or sabbatical If you have […]

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Career Success Lessons on Follow-through

On April 16, 2013, in Blog, Career Success, by Christine Glasco

We made a family decision to downsize a couple of years ago.  But I was building a business, my husband was working long hours and traveling internationally, and well – life happened. Over time, as the months passed and we did nothing to prepare, our extended family and our friends stopped asking about our plans […]

7 Values to Move Your Career Forward

On April 11, 2013, in Blog, Career Values, by Christine Glasco

Value # 1 Seek to Serve – find opportunities to make a difference in the careers and the lives of others; give, share, volunteer and be present in your local, regional and global community; find your cause célèbre. Value # 2 Grow Yourself – every quarter, establish career growth goals and assess your performance against […]

Will Changing Your Mindset Help You Achieve Career Success?

On April 4, 2013, in Blog, Career Success, by Christine Glasco

Maybe I attract people who are willing to play for high stakes!    Or the circumstances surrounding their leadership career means that they have already developed nerves of steel and possess a tremendous level of agility. Perhaps, they have been able to tap into their X Competency – that unacknowledged talent or set of talents that […]

Fear of Success: How to Manage Career Fear

On March 27, 2013, in Blog, Career Fear, by Christine Glasco

Recently, I coached three different clients at different career stages.  They all had a history of educational attainment, regular promotions, excellent performance reviews, top producing reputations, and success in their personal lives. All three were at a crossroad in their careers: one was offered a huge promotion, another had been contacted to form a new […]

Career Transition (Again): It’s Just a Matter of Time!

On March 21, 2013, in Blog, Career Transition/Career Derailment, by Christine Glasco

  At this point, I knew (like 100% of the calls I receive from former clients) he was going to be or he already was – in transition. Career transition (again): it’s just a matter of time – is my theme song.  No matter how well things are going, something happens, something changes, new leadership […]

The Pros & Cons of Career Transformation

On March 13, 2013, in Blog, Career Transformation, by Christine Glasco

You establish an aggressive development plan or set your sights on a never before achieved career breakthrough. Maybe you decide on participating in an accelerated advanced degree or a coveted certificate program relevant to your field. Possibly you have taken steps to move to a non-traditional field or an organization that meets your strict triple […]

What is Your Leadership Legacy?

On March 6, 2013, in Blog, Leadership Legacy, by Christine Glasco

leg·a·cy   a gift, bequest, heritage, something handed down from an ancestor or predecessor, a surviving system… What do you want your leadership legacy to be? By that I mean – have you made a lot of moves in your career, making more money, having more associates report to you, achieving more prestigious titles – without […]

Job Seeker Confidential: What’s Your Strategy for the Interview?

On February 20, 2013, in Blog, Job Seekers, by Christine Glasco

John is not my first client who didn’t have a clue about developing a strategy for approaching the marketplace, marketing his candidacy, or for successfully approaching a job interview. I am always amazed when I coach a successful leader in transition, or someone who wants a promotion, or someone who wants to secure a bigger […]

Job Seeker Confidential: The Keys to Success!

On February 13, 2013, in Blog, Job Seekers, by Christine Glasco

A new CBS reality show, The Job, debuted last Friday.  The show focuses on job seekers who vie for a job with a prestigious company.  On Friday, the company was a landmark restaurant: The Palm. FYI, what I know about being of service in the restaurant industry I learned bussing tables in my college dorm’s […]

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