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The Most Important Question to Ask When Making a Big Career Decision

Last week, I Zoom'd with a friend / mentee who is on the verge of negotiating a new compensation package with his employer. Given the impending negotiation, he's starting to think about his possible futures - both within and outside the organization. He wasn't sure how to proceed. During our time

The Most Important Question to Ask When Making a Big Career Decision
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The Most Valuable Lesson I Learned In College

In the winter of 2003, I was hand selected by Dr. Ray “Coach” Kinnunen to be on the Northeastern University Case Competition team. This was a huge honor and responsibility. You couldn’t enroll or apply. Only ten students were chosen annually to be part of this program. We were

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The Path To Becoming A Coach

Interest in the coaching profession is at an all time high. I receive emails almost daily asking how I became a coach and what the path looks like. Rather than answering the same questions over and over, I thought it would be helpful to write some thoughts down and share

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Interviewing: Come Bearing Gifts

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while and Tristan Walker’s latest post on how he got his job at Foursquare inspired me to take the plunge this weekend.  Interviewing is a necessary evil in our society and we all need to go through the process