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Interviewing the Interviewer

By Dolah Saleh | 20 April 2017 |

Most people looking for a job are concerned about the interview.   How will I come across, how can I ensure that I make an excellent impression, how do I best convey that I can do the job, I want to do this job and I fit into the culture and company? That’s all very…

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It's a Sales Job!

By Dolah Saleh | 12 April 2017 |

A while back when I was placed in charge of training others to sell, I came across a great and memorable quote.  It went something like this: When two people want to do business together, the details will never get in the way.   When two people do not want to do business together, the…

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A BEST last question for the Interview

By Dolah Saleh | 09 April 2017 |

Do your best the first time! In the interview, we are continually concerned with what the prospective employer is left with about our ability and willingness to do the job and how we will potentially fit into the organization, its culture, the personalities of the related staff, etc.. So I ask my clients to ensure…

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Expressing Gratitude

By Dolah Saleh | 05 April 2017 |

Awhile back, I had a client whose primary need and concern was in securing local contacts with whom to network.¬† He had just left a higher level sales management position where his role was more regional in focus and therefore his contacts were outside of our local area.¬† He asked me for leads, which I…

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Career Shifting–The Oppportunity of a Lifetime!

By Dolah Saleh | 29 March 2017 |

Sometimes we lose our jobs, sometimes we just want to quit what we’re doing.  We’re no longer having any fun and work has become a four-letter word.  My teacher friends say that the “kids have changed.”  Well, maybe. But perhaps you need to consider a shift, it may be that you have been a round…

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A Case for Self Awareness

By Dolah Saleh | 23 March 2017 |

The information is consistent: around 80% of college-bound high schoolers are undeclared as arriving university freshman.¬† Somewhere around 50% of those who enter with declared majors change them, sometimes two and three times.¬† Many students do not complete their degree program in four years; in fact, we know that after 6 years about 40 %…

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