On this StarTribune video segment, I discuss ways to care of yourself following a layoff. Important tip: You are NOT your job! Even if you are not working, you are still the same unique, wonderful person as you were when you were employed.
As guest advisor on an online chat hosted by the StarTribune, I answered questions for individuals affected by job loss or with other career questions. You can read the transcript here.
I was interviewed on KLBB 1280 am radio by the founders of “Aging, but Dangerous” – a local organization recently featured in Time Magazine.
In this 12-minute interview, I answer important questions about coaching, including: how do you find a good coach when coaching isn’t regulated, and what do clients get when they work with you?
Monster.com interviewed me on the career changes that can arise following big life events. Read the full interview called “Three tips for preparing your career for big life changes.”
On this TV interview with KMSP – Fox 9News, I discussed the increase in temporary jobs and how employees can use them to their advantage.
In this TV interview with Esme Murphy on WCCO, I offer advice for college grads and other job seekers, including how to celebrate the rejections. (You can hear the camera man laughing!)
In this playful interview on Fox 9 News, we discussed a list of the Best and Worst careers of 2013. It’s fun to see the jobs on there and how they rank. And, it’s important to take such lists with a grain of salt. They used their own criteria for deciding what makes for a good job; you need to figure out what YOU want in order to get more out of your career or to explore a new one.
My interview on KSTP-TV Channel 5 discussed a survey that showed the alarming number of people who are NOT engaged in their work.
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