Keep reminding yourself: that it's a battle for talent and that you have the talent; that it's a process of meeting others to understand how to present yourself in their terms; that as foggy as the career landscape may appear, you're in an ideal position to transition to a satisfying and remunerative career. A couple of clients were in town last week to discuss companies, roles and hiring packages. I am reminded that navigating our way to an interesting position is just like
Bruce is my classmate from them daze on the Severn River; a football star and the Brigade boxing champion. Retired Captain and Commanding Officer of the USS Daniel Boone, SSBN-629. In his second career, he distinguished himself as an ERP expert in Oracle IT environments followed by much-acclaimed achievement as a Program Manager with the Department of Homeland Security. Bruce offers to meet with grads and clients interested in roles as project managers as he feels strongly th
http://www.kpcb.com/internet-trends .PDF download is available at site. When I presented to international banking executives, this was my primary source of material. Never used it all as there are 200+ charts and the ones that I used always inspired thoughtful discussion. A companion piece is Simon Sinek's Ted Talk, How Great Leaders Inspire Action. Why does Apple consistently out-perform its competitors when it has no advantage in access to people, technology or financing?