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3 Musts for the Perfect Post-Interview Thank-You

By The Betts Team / July 31, 2019
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What are the three keys to writing the perfect post-interview thank you message? Read on and learn how to make a positive final impression.

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5 Hints for Perfecting Your Job Interview Body Language

By The Betts Team / July 30, 2019
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Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

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Seven Excuses Managers Use for Failing to Fire and Why They Should Reconsider

By Carolyn Betts Fleming / July 19, 2019
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Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

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Your Guide to Attracting Killer Talent Has Arrived

By The Betts Team / July 15, 2019
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Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

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5 Signs Your Job is in Danger and What to Do About It

By The Betts Team / June 27, 2019
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Worried about your job security? Here’s how to read the signs in case an unplanned career change is right around the corner, and what to do about it.

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How to Toot Your Own Horn in an Interview

By The Betts Team / March 18, 2019
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An interview is the perfect opportunity to showcase all the awesome things that you bring to the table. After all, you want to stand out from the competition, right?

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Changing Career Paths: Where to Begin?

By The Betts Team / March 15, 2019
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Making the leap into a new career can be exhilarating. It can also be intimidating and overwhelming – especially if you’ve been in your current role for some time or you are thinking about making a major change to something you’ve never done before. Whether you are entering a new industry, looking to develop new…

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It’s a No From The CEO. Why?

By Carolyn Betts Fleming / December 11, 2018
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Written by Carolyn Betts Fleming   You’ve made it to the last stage of your interview and have a final call with the CEO. A surprising number of people believe this is simply a closing checkbox and the job is in the bag, however the process is far from done.   As a CEO who…

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Why did the Turkey break up with his girlfriend?

By The Betts Team / November 20, 2018
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Q: Why did the Turkey break up with his girlfriend?   A: Because he couldn’t get to first baste!   Jokes aside, it’s scary and sometimes hard to make moves, especially around this time of year when family, friends, and food tend to take priority. Start small, maybe a Turkey Trot. It’s a sprint to…

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3 Musts for the Perfect Post-Interview Thank-You

July 31, 2019

What are the three keys to writing the perfect post-interview thank you message? Read on and learn how to make a positive final impression.

Read More

5 Hints for Perfecting Your Job Interview Body Language

July 30, 2019

Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

Read More

Seven Excuses Managers Use for Failing to Fire and Why They Should Reconsider

July 19, 2019

Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

Read More

Your Guide to Attracting Killer Talent Has Arrived

July 15, 2019

Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

Read More

5 Signs Your Job is in Danger and What to Do About It

June 27, 2019

Worried about your job security? Here’s how to read the signs in case an unplanned career change is right around the corner, and what to do about it.

Read More

How to Toot Your Own Horn in an Interview

March 18, 2019

An interview is the perfect opportunity to showcase all the awesome things that you bring to the table. After all, you want to stand out from the competition, right?

Read More
Man at cluttered desk checking the time

Changing Career Paths: Where to Begin?

March 15, 2019

Making the leap into a new career can be exhilarating. It can also be intimidating and overwhelming – especially if you’ve been in your current role for some time or you are thinking about making a major change to something you’ve never done before. Whether you are entering a new industry, looking to develop new…

Read More

It’s a No From The CEO. Why?

December 11, 2018

Written by Carolyn Betts Fleming   You’ve made it to the last stage of your interview and have a final call with the CEO. A surprising number of people believe this is simply a closing checkbox and the job is in the bag, however the process is far from done.   As a CEO who…

Read More

Why did the Turkey break up with his girlfriend?

November 20, 2018

Q: Why did the Turkey break up with his girlfriend?   A: Because he couldn’t get to first baste!   Jokes aside, it’s scary and sometimes hard to make moves, especially around this time of year when family, friends, and food tend to take priority. Start small, maybe a Turkey Trot. It’s a sprint to…

Read More