Category Archives: Communication

Target Junior Roles NOT Junior Goals

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux What should you be considering when targeting junior-level roles? Even if you are going after junior level roles it is important to be proactive about what you want and what you expect. What I mean by … Continue reading

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Why Specifics Matter

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux I understand wanting to be vague.  On one hand I believe that when we say what we want, it calls it from the universe.  On the other hand, specifics are what sets people apart and THAT … Continue reading

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How to Love Writing Your Cover Letter (at Least Tolerate it)

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux When I ask about the cover letter portion of an application, most everyone I talk to resists it for the same reason: “I hate selling myself!” This is because those who say this to me are … 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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Secret to Sales Success

The secret to success in sales is finding “the best mentors on the planet,” says Justin Boldt. These are people who will take you under their wing, take you on appointments, and give you good questions to ask. Despite how talented they are … Continue reading

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Cover Letters Matter

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Cover letters matter.  The letter, which is more likely to be in the form of an email, is the vehicle that will drive your recipient to look at your attachment:  the resume. Anytime I’m asked if … 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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Networking in Context

While I was doing my own networking someone shared some interesting stats about the art of making connections: Those who felt networking was effective spent 6.5 days a week doing it, while those who felt it was a waste of … 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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