Category Archives: Awareness

The Power of Invisibility in Your Career

by Tiffany A. Dedeaux I was the kid who wanted so bad to be invisible. This was long before Harry Potter and well after the Invisible Man. I did know that I wouldn’t look people in the eye or would sit by … Continue reading

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3 Qualities of a Great Boss

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux The key for any professional seeking employment, promotion, or career satisfaction is to be surrounded by the right kind of people.  This is why career coaches, such as myself, suggest you get to know your prospective … Continue reading

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2 Skills to Keep on Your Resume

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux To include everything or not to include everything; that is the question I usually get when it comes to writing resumes.  My general answer, especially for Career Changers who have more than 10 years of professional … Continue reading

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Gender Diversity: How to be Part of the Change

Bridging the gender gap is not just about getting women into tech roles, it’s about keeping them there so that they can progress into leadership. Without opportunities for advancement or work/life balance, women will walk away from their careers. This can be seen across … Continue reading

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Cover Your Agenda: Writing an Effective Cover Letter

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux It may be that in debuting a new workshop about cover letters called Covering Your Agenda, I have noticed a lot more articles about cover letters lately, have you?  What is also surprising is how cover … Continue reading

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Strength in Struggle

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In the school where I’m now a Career Advisor there is a 20-minute rule which indicates that a person must work for 20 minutes on a problem in which they are stuck before asking for help.  … Continue reading

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Reconsidering the Resume

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Resume: A Brief Account That Has Prepared Me My focus for the last couple of months has been on the resume.  If I thought about it, it was my first love when it came to Career … Continue reading

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Lists: A Better Way to Plan Your Job Search

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux What if the three lists suggested by Seth Godin to start a project, were done by you at the start of the Job Search?  How would this change your approach?  This is how I could see the … Continue reading

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Managing Mid-Stream Mayhem

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Have you ever had to figure out a job or assignment, only to have someone come back and try to train you how to do it later?  In my experience as an employed person and Career … Continue reading

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You’re the Ideal Candidate: Here’s How to Sell it

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux What does it take to sell yourself as a job candidate? During the application process your potential employer may not tell you what it takes, but that should not stop you from asking.  If you get … Continue reading

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