Monthly Archives: December 2016

How to Keep up with Advances in Your Field

 Why Bother Like any field of study, yours keeps evolving: new discoveries are made: old theories slide into oblivion.   As an educator who develops others in the field, it is critical that you regularly incorporate these changes into your thinking, your research and your teaching.  Your reputation, career advancement, perhaps, even your employment depends upon […]

Sunday December 11th, 2016 Read more →

Stop blaming yourself: Hiring practices are inconsistent

Most job seekers blame themselves when they can’t find a job. Repeated rejection leads them to go the distance to find new ways to get a job.  They invest time and money in new skills, upgraded education, resume writing, even a professional photograph. All of these attempts to improve your chances are commendable and useful.  […]

Sunday December 4th, 2016 Read more →