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5 Things You Can Do To Fall In Love With Your Job Again

Posted on February 13th, by Lougie in Career, Career Development. Comments Off on 5 Things You Can Do To Fall In Love With Your Job Again

Every time we begin working at a new job we start with so much joy and enthusiasm. It can be an exciting, rewarding  and overwhelming experience for most of us in the beginning.  After a while, doing the same work day after day may not be as exciting any more.  We start questioning … Read More »


A Creative Approach to Career Development

Posted on August 27th, by Lougie in Career, Career Development, Leadership. Comments Off on A Creative Approach to Career Development

Being creative isn’t just for artists, authors, and musicians. All of us can, and should, think about our careers creatively – working with the raw materials at hand to make something unique. In the context of career development, these raw materials might include your education and training accomplishments, past working experiences, interests and hobbies, volunteer … Read More »


Wanted: People who understand numbers and business

Posted on June 12th, by Lougie in Career, HR Management, Human Resources, Recruitment. Comments Off on Wanted: People who understand numbers and business

Evan Garmaise describes himself as a bit of a gearhead and a numbers guy who’s interested in management. He says it was hard to find a role that combines his talents, despite his computer science degree and MBA. So the 32-year-old analyst was excited to spot an ad for a program that provides training in … Read More »


How to Make High-Risk Decisions

Posted on May 5th, by Lougie in HR Management, Job Search. Comments Off on How to Make High-Risk Decisions

Most people think they’ll never have to make high-risk decisions, mistakenly thinking that’s why leaders are paid the big bucks. While it’s true that business and political leaders have high-risk decisions in their job description, that doesn’t mean it’s their sole domain.

Whether it’s work related or about health, education, family business, or more personal matters, … Read More »