The 3 Secrets to Writing an Unforgettable Professional Bio

You’re not arrogant. You’re not self-centered. You’re not pretentious. Congratulations, your parents raised you well. However, that excellent upbringing that instilled in your soul important values such as humility, self-awareness, and compassion did little to prepare you to write your own biography. Most decent people loathe the idea of writing their own professional biography because… Read More

Probation for New Hires: A Bad, Horrible, Terrible Idea

For job seekers, navigating the processes and protocols of securing employment can be nerve-racking, dehumanizing, and emotionally exhausting. By the time a job seeker has survived having their resume and cover letter vetted, portfolio dissected, and personality, work history, references, and professional skills and talents analyzed via a battery of phone interview and in-person interviews,… Read More

Should Employers & Professionals Identify as Being Republicans or Democrats?

In an ideal world all companies would be politically impartial – places where employees could speak freely about their political leanings, or not at all. For much of recent history the prevailing wisdom of workplace etiquette regarding politics was for employees to be smart about when and how they disclosed their political beliefs. Self-awareness meant… Read More