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Consulting ethos: Did you have a $10,000 day?

Consultants, lawyers, accountants bill for time.   For good or bad, the traditional time and expense way of billing still prevails.  This means that your time is valuable to you (as a professional) and to the client (as an expense).   215 more words


Achieving a Broadened View of Professionalism

By: Lois Margaret Nora, MD, JD, MBA, President and Chief Executive Officer, American Board of Medical Specialties

As members of the medical profession, physicians are called upon to use our special knowledge and skills for the good of others. 364 more words

Guest Perspective

The Tao of Dick

I’m having lunch with a former co-worker. It’s been years since we last worked together and he’s been “retired” since. I think his current job is maintaining the friendships that he developed throughout his professional career. 388 more words

Common Sense

Quote of the Week

 Paul Young, author of “Principal Matters” and “Lead the Way,” lists the qualities leaders should possess, whether in the after school field or in education in general. 17 more words


Free Samples, Anyone? Seven Ways for Being Favorably Seen as a Job Seeker

Everyone likes free stuff.  In fact, I recently intended an HR conference and picked up a bag full of pens, stress balls, and business card holders.  1,415 more words


Webinar: Rachel Mulvey on the competences which career professionals need

There is an interesting webinar planned for the end of this week. Rachel Mulvey (University of East London) will be talking about “Professionalism: the common competence which binds the career workforce in effective practice” on… 85 more words


Six ways to stand out in an interview

As graduation day quickly approaches, the dreaded interview process begins for many overwhelmed graduates.

If you are anything like me, there are probably a million things going through your head before any interview. 327 more words