By: H.A. Spinelli “...so I won’t be able to attend today’s meeting. I’ll get the notes from someone tomorrow.” My department chair gave me a puzzled look. I am a teacher who always attends meetings. I am always early, or at the very least, on time. I rarelymiss meetings or make plans on days when … Continue reading Epiphany
By: Adam Sutton PART I “Is that the Mrs. George?” her husband teased. “The one with the most patience and more love than any human being has ever mustered. The one all the parents want teaching their kid,” he pressed on. “The Mr. George better get out of here. You see this grading, right?” “I … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Mrs. George Part II
By: Anonymous I often wonder how people do it – Have careers, and a family, and have time for themselves. Some days it is just a struggle to keep up with my busy schedule. I feel at times I do not have any real time for myself. At times, I have verbalized my thoughts, wondering … Continue reading Self
By: Ed Kennedy Working in recruiting allows me to have a unique perspective on people and their career goals. I have had over a thousand career discussions with people ranging from the C-Suite to people looking for their first ‘real job’. Most of those conversations take place with passive candidates (people working and not actively … Continue reading How Much Time Do You Spend Assessing Your Career Goals?