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 […]

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 […]

Whether You Know It Or Not – You Are Always In Career Transition

On November 20, 2012, in Blog, Career Transformation, by Christine Glasco

The Myths of Career Transition Only people who have been fired are in career transition. If potential employers find out I am in transition, they won’t hire me. Only losers who are in transition go to networking group meetings with others who are out-of-work. When you’re in transition, the possibility of reemployment at your previous […]

Career Advancement: Who Loses? Who Wins?

On October 23, 2012, in Blog, Career Advancement, by Christine Glasco

Whether you call it career advancement, career progression, career transition, re-careering, second career, second act, career transformation, or career planning and positioning – some will lose and some will win. If you do nothing, if you are afraid of the economy, if you postpone making career decisions until you are financially solvent, if you wait […]

Write Your Next Job Description to Transform Your Career!

On September 13, 2012, in Career Transformation, by Christine Glasco

When I coach leaders in transition, those planning for transition or those who are bored and want a new challenge, I give them three pieces of advice: Before you sign your termination documents, before you start collecting your severance and before you start updating your resume and bio – you must construct a detailed Career […]

White Jeans – Establishing a Broader Career Footprint

On August 28, 2012, in Blog, Career Transition/Career Derailment, by Christine Glasco

I attended a mini family reunion last week.  In anticipation of Labor Day, my sister – the fashion Maven – asked the question: “Do you wear white jeans after Labor Day?” The guys decided not to dignify the question with a response but all the ladies, even my 92-year old Aunt, weighed-in. “Definitely not.” “I […]

The Employability Probability of Executives in Career Transition

On April 19, 2012, in Blog, Career Transition/Career Derailment, by Christine Glasco

In February, I wrote a blog – Crack the Code: Discover The Strategies to Prevent or Recover From Long-term Unemployment!  A former client who is in career transition sent the following response: I called AB after receiving this email and he related more of the background of his counterparts who are in transition: “Through networking, […]

Leadership Career Dilemma: When Should You Stay vs. When Is It Time To Leave?

On April 11, 2012, in Blog, Leadership Career Success, by Christine Glasco

If you have been wondering: when should you stay versus when is it time to leave your current position, I suggest you make an informed decision using criteria that is important for you. Identified below are some of the data points and scenarios that I have experienced or that have been told to me during […]

What Leaders Can Learn From Disruptive Innovators

On March 7, 2012, in Blog, Career Transition/Career Derailment, by Christine Glasco

In The Innovator’s DNA: Mastering the Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators, three professors discuss the characteristics, values, attitudes and competencies of innovative entrepreneurs and provide suggestions on how individuals, teams, and organizations can learn the behaviors. The authors describe the behavioral aspects of innovative entrepreneurship as “the discovery of value versus the delivery of value.”  […]

Do You Possess Career Agility?

On January 11, 2012, in Blog, Leadership Career Success, by Christine Glasco

A major portion of the executive coaching work I engage in with clients is around shepherding them through career transition.  For the past few months, I have been observing an unusual trend in client needs.   Even though the US is in the middle of a recession economy, a large percentage of my clients are voluntarily […]

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