Motivational

Stay Positive in your Job Search!

At CNN.com John D. Sutter writes, “To find a job, ignore doom-and-gloom news, experts say”. John A. Challenger, chief executive officer of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a prestigious job-placement consulting organization says if you want to work, you need to block out the doom-and-gloom news about the economy, “It’s not relevant to any one person’s (job)search”. He […]

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Toronto ExecuNet Speaker, Brian Bassett

We are pleased to have Brian Bassett speaking at the Toronto ExecuNet Meeting on April 22nd, 2009. Brian Bassett, Principal of Bassett Communication Clinics, is a corporate trainer and communication coach. The topic, “How Prepared Are You For Your Next Job Interview?”, will be a highly interactive presentation that will provide solid suggestions for making all of your

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Do you need a degree to get a job?

Much has been said for achieving a post secondary education and increasing your chances to be the selected candidate in your job search, especially in today’s highly competitive job market. Keppie Careers provides an informative article and some valuable advice in, “How important is a college degree for your job prospects?”, written by Miriam Salpeter, who says, “No matter

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Recession-Proof Your Career

Smart Money provides some good advice from Aleksandra Todorova in 7 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Career. Included are unemployment statistics for the U.S. since 1967 and although they are not nearly as high as they were in 1983, economists are predicting they could be close by 2010. Details are offered for the following 7 ways to recession-proof you career:

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Toronto ExecuNet Speaker, Paul Copcutt

On Wednesday, January 28th we are pleased to have Paul Copcutt of Square Peg Solution to speak at the Toronto ExecuNet Meeting. Paul Copcutt of Square Peg Solution is Canada’s leading personal brand consultant, combining a passion for people with a realization that strengths and specialization are the keys to success, he guides his clients

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Moving in a Positive Job Search Direction

Job searching is challenging, emotional, time consuming, stressful and depressing. It can be a rocky road that plays out within the family environment and all persons in the house can be affected in some way or another. It’s a time for active support and guidance to open up new job search channels and travel from

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Manage the Effects of Financial Stress with Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep and Happiness

It’s no surprise that most people agree the major cause of stress in Canada is financial pressure and it is unlikely that these results would be any different in the United States. What is surprising, even shocking, is the financial cost of stress on the Canadian industry. According to Dr. Kenford Nedd, it is approximately

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Inspiring words, valuable quotes, reality, insight….

All of this from only one man, Dennis DesRosiers. During one of my late night channel hopping excursions, my attention was immediately caught by the words of Mr. DesRosier during a Focus Ontario interview. He was matter-of-fact, to the point, provided information with facts and statistics and was easily recognized as someone who is not easily intimidated. His expertise in

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