15 03, 2017

First Sign You Need Career Development: Dying Moose Noises?

By | March 15th, 2017|Career Change, Motivation|0 Comments

I attended a workshop on career development recently and the topic of employee engagement came up. One participant mentioned that her co-workers can tell when she is stressed out, overwhelmed or otherwise disengaged by a noise she makes when she sighs. She described the sigh as ‘the sound of a moose dying.’ This brought a [...]

7 03, 2017

When will corporations value my entrepreneurial skills?

By | March 7th, 2017|Career Change, Job Interview, Job Search|0 Comments

Would love to get your comments below on this post from a client of mine. How can he use his entrepreneurial skills to land a corporate job that desires those skills? If you have some insight here, please share! - Coach Wolfgang I'm in the middle of a job search and working with Wolfgang Career [...]

27 02, 2017

Your Career Development Plan Using the Four Stages of Competence

By | February 27th, 2017|Career Change, Career Management|0 Comments

Look back at your career and see if you can identify the moments when your career took a big leap forward. We help our clients achieve these moments by creating a career development plan. A good career development plan requires a grasp on what stage of career awareness you are in. Let's use a model [...]

15 02, 2017

One question Career Crisis: where do you want to be in 5 years?

By | February 15th, 2017|Career Change, Career Management|2 Comments

There I was... sitting in a coffee shop having a delightful networking meeting when I was caught completely off-guard by a simple question: where do you want to be in 5 years? My career immediately felt like it was spiraling out of control. In hindsight, it was a wonderful moment... a gift, really. Enjoy my [...]

8 02, 2017

4 Ways to Deal with Stress at Work

By | February 8th, 2017|Career Counseling, Performance|0 Comments

Stress is part of life, and definitely a part of our daily work lives. Even if you love your job, there are days and times when stress in the workplace can wreak havoc on you. Maybe you have a big project due, or it’s the end of the month or quarter, or you’re taking on [...]

2 02, 2017

Is Your Resume Holding You Back?

By | February 2nd, 2017|Job Search, Resume|0 Comments

Searching for a new job can be frustrating, especially when you are sending in your resume but not getting many call backs. Don't fret... test yourself! In other words, let's take an empirical approach to finding a solution. Here are four tactics for figuring out if your resume is holding you back: Establish a baseline [...]

27 01, 2017

What’s holding back my personal productivity?

By | January 27th, 2017|Motivation, Performance|0 Comments

Very honest guest blog on his limiting beliefs around will power. It's also a partial book review for an excellent book I recommend myself. -Coach Wolfgang My full-time job keeps me pretty busy and that's before I tack on the responsibilities that come with family, having a few rental properties and supporting my partner with [...]

19 01, 2017

Don’t forget to enjoy your career path

By | January 19th, 2017|Career Change, Job Search, Motivation|0 Comments

“Take pride in how far you've come. Have faith in how far you can go. But don't forget to enjoy the journey.” - Michael Josephson This quote appeared on my calendar last month. I saw immediately how it applied to me, but also how it relates to the clients I work with. Hopefully it spoke [...]

12 01, 2017

Making the right investment in your adult education

By | January 12th, 2017|Career Change, Performance|0 Comments

Interesting perspective from a former client who is figuring out ways to aid his career transition. -Coach Wolfgang The other day I realized that many of my career and life goals are related to learning. I enjoy learning although how I learn today is very different than how I was educated: In kindergarten, it was [...]

3 01, 2017

Exclusive Workshop: What is Job Sharing?

By | January 3rd, 2017|Career Management|0 Comments

It seemed like an epidemic to me. In the last few years, I have had so many conversations with clients and friends who were considering leaving the workforce. These are highly educated women, who decided to have children, and going back to work to a full-time, high-stress environment no longer met their needs. They tried [...]