How to Make Each Day Count

Each day I wake up thinking, “here starts a fresh day, with countless possibilities, and hopeful that people are taking this Coronavirus serious, and therefore, being more vigilant and compliant about what it will take to bring this illness to an end.  Even if a person WANTS to go out and do whatever they want, … Read more

Don’t Be Tricked Into Panic Mode During COVID-19 Pandemic

Job Loss Causes Stress and Financial Tension Circulated by Robyn A. Crigger, CEO With so many being thrown into a Career Transition during this volatile time caused by the Coronavirus, too many opportunists are striking while emotions and stress are running high. True, there are many caught ill-prepared for this devastating chain of events, but … Read more

A Time to Come Together and Be Positive-Minded and Creative

There have been many times over the past decades and centuries when mankind has encountered excessive and overwhelming catastrophes, and we have been able to keep a positive attitude and pull together to manage our way through each one.   Clearly, this has not been easy, and yet our inner strength has pulled us through them.  … Read more

Take The Driver’s Seat Of A Job Search

Today’s job search requires a person to be strategic and well organized in order to manage an effective Job Search.  Register NOW to attend an effective and supportive group where you can gain clear, focused directions on a successful Job Search.  Click on this link:  https://www.compasscareer.com/events/transitioning-executives-2020-03-17/. You are welcome to register and attend this venue … Read more

Is Your Leader Prepared to Safely Navigate Thru a Rough Time?

Most experienced and skilled Leader knows what it takes to navigate or maneuver the ship or business through rough times and difficult, uncertain circumstances. Some turbulent times appear to be ahead, and all Leaders should think proactively and progressively. If you have never faced tense or risky times, you would be wise to seek credible … Read more

THE KEY CONSIDERATIONS & CONCERNS IN HANDLING A BUSINESS TRANSITION

Change is the one constant in business today and for quite some time. When an organization is struggling and unable to grow, tough decisions have to be made, usually affecting the number of employees. A business’ biggest expense is the workforce, therefore, it is usually the first consideration for reducing expenses. When managing a business … Read more

How Many Businesses Fail to be Honest?

As a business owner for over 25 years, I am concerned to see so many other businesses, who will scam and avoid being honest or be responsible for poor business ethics. In addition, as a home owner, we have had painters and landscape firms to only partially do their jobs or do it incorrectly, still … Read more

How Do You Feel About Yourself When You Look In The Mirror

We each have hopes, dreams, and goals for ourselves, but the fact is we have little control over much of our lives. Since the majority of people have to work for a living, one very big and important factor or influence in our lives is our “employer”. When an employer or business owner closes their … Read more

Employers, Do You Provide Key Factors That Attract “Good Employees”?

What do most hard-working adults in the United States seek and consider important and valuable priorities in a reputable and healthy organization or employer today?   Mutual respect Clear expectations (Be upfront and clearly state your expectations of employees) Honest and wise/strategic leadership (Trustworthy) Supportive provisions for employees (including Training & Development) Reasonable and fair … Read more

The Key to Effective Outplacement

This is not to make the community anxious but to help them to be informed and proactive.  Changes happen!  That’s life!  But be wise and stay informed and prepared to “manage the change”, rather than having the “change manage you”.  Read and learn. Whoever coined the word “Outplacement” has caused much confusion for those in … Read more