Most people don’t want their “careers” managed — but there are career transformations we all go through where we can use some support. I help you navigate those transitions — writing goals and performance reviews, landing that transfer or promotion, writing your resume, interviewing for the new job, succeeding in the new position, and building employment (not job) security.
I advocate for the worker who toils away in the corporate cubicle. You want to do your job well. Yet you face challenges of landing a job, succeeding in your job and wondering if you can ever master employment security.
In facing those transitions, Cubicle Warriors give themselves the best possible advantage in the workplace against the quicksand of corporate reorganizations, office politics or losing a job to a layoff. But it takes work, vigilance, dollars, preparation — and a great mentor — when you wage war to transform the work you want and deserve.
Welcome to my world. Let me show you how to be a Cubicle Warrior.
Letters for Cubicle Warriors
My weekly email letter gives you advice on succeeding in the workplace. This is a perfect way to keep in touch if you are not currently in a transition in your career. People who sign up for my email letter also get first crack at new products and services that I provide along with specials during the year. Plus, signing up gives you immediate access to The Employment Security Hierarchy — the framework that will lead you from non-existent job security to employment security. Signing up is free and I will never sell (or give) your email address to anyone. Click here to sign up.
“I’ve Landed My Dream Job — Now What???”
When you land your new job, it isn’t over. Sure, you can celebrate, but in today’s job market, you need to start your new job right. I’ve Landed My Dream Job — Now What??? breaks down what you need to accomplish in the first 30-days on your new job.
- How to end your current job the right way
- What you need to get clear with your new manager now
- What you need to become a full-fledged team member
- What you need to review to ensure the job is right for you