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Listen to a certified professional coach, focusing on career transition. In today's economy, it is important, almost critical, that you arm yourself with all of the right career transition tools to be ready for opportunities. The PeopleGrowth mission is to present professional development tools, information, and processes to each individual we encounter through communications, career, and life coaching, workshops and seminars, and on-line and in-person programs. In our vision, we work with clients whose definitions of success include personal, professional, and financial satisfaction as well as a healthy balance between their personal and professional lives.

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A brief review of what you absolutely MUST have on your resume for success in today's job search market

Call-in program for Q&A and comments from current and former jobseekers, coaches, and other career transition professionals. Call in at (347) 215-8574.

Part 2 of Steve Hines and Peg's discussion of four categories of interview questions.

Steve Hines and Peg discuss four categories of interviewing questions.

Peg reviews important points about networking for your job search. Peg will also talk about TCC Membership and a new program format.

Because so many job openings are never advertised, developing a strong career network that provides information, other contacts, and possibly job leads is a critical component of your job search. Learning the ropes in career... more

How can you resurrect the amazing skills and experience that you've done as easily and as naturally as breathing for your next employee adventure? Join Peg for a review of the important components of your resume and how to bring... more

Employees on either side of a large or small staff reduction (leaving or staying) suffer terribly over losing the people with whom they may have worked for as many as 10, 25, or 30+ years. You’re allowed to feel badly, to grieve. It’s a... more

Employees on either side of a large or small staff reduction (leaving or staying) suffer terribly over losing the people with whom they may have worked for as many as 10, 25, or 30+ years. You’re allowed to feel badly, to grieve. It’s a... more
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