How To Get An Interview With Limited Work Experience


Picture this: You come across a job posting and think, “Wow, that’s my dream job!” You instantly get excited about this opportunity and start crafting your resume and cover letter. However, when you work on your resume, you realize that you have very little relevant work experience to show off. This could be because you’re […]

Navigating Project Chaos: My Four-Step Strategy For Structure And Success


Three weeks ago I was invited to join my CEO in a last-minute meeting. Without giving too much detail (for obvious reasons), we were meeting a marketing executive from a major brand. He was interested in our technology and wanted to learn more. It was a first meeting, so we did the usual demo and […]

Why You Shouldn't Put MBA After Your Name On Your Resume Or LinkedIn Profile


If you have an MBA and you’re looking for a job right now, I strongly advise you not to put MBA after your name at the top of your resume or on your LinkedIn profile. Here’s why… Recruiters are skimmers, and when they’re reviewing resumes for a job that doesn’t require an MBA, they don’t […]

7 Things To Consider When Managing Projects In The Apparel Industry


Navigating project management in the apparel industry involves anticipating challenges and seizing opportunities. This guide covers seven key considerations to help you deliver successful and innovative apparel projects. 1. Defining Clear Objectives Defining a clear objective for a project and how it relates to your business goals is crucial. Does the new product aim to […]

4 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Accepting A Job Offer


Receiving a job offer after a long job search is one of the best feelings in the world. Before you say “yes” though, it’s important to determine whether you’re making the right decision for you and your career. After an incredibly difficult job search, it can be tempting to take the first job offer you […]

5 Ways To Deal With An Incompetent Boss


To make sure we’re on the same page about dealing with an “incompetent” boss and not a “bad” boss, let’s be clear on what the term means. An incompetent person is someone who is functionally inadequate or insufficient in knowledge, skills, judgment, or strength. If this is what you’re talking about then you’re right, they […]

From IT Developer To Strategic Leader: My 25-Year Journey At Greyhound


When I joined Greyhound back in 1996, as an IT developer, my plan was to stay for a year and then move to some cutting-edge development company. Greyhound was not the sexy development shop that I had hoped to work for. Now having worked there for 25 years, I have nothing but fond memories of […]

Community Engagement For Impactful Public Health


Community engagement is at the core of good public health. Every successful public health project I’ve been a part of has had community voice at the core of every aspect of the work. Leading with community voice assures that equity is not only a discussion point, but a value. In a project to assure a […]

7 Tips For Writing A Great LinkedIn Invitation


Whether you’re new to LinkedIn or a seasoned user, connecting with new people can be a challenge, especially when you’re not sure what to write in your LinkedIn invitation. You might be tempted to use the generic “I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn” template, but beware! By not personalizing your […]

9 SaaS Hospitality Apps To Streamline Business Operations


I recall a time when software for the hospitality industry was almost non-existent, mostly consisting of Excel spreadsheets and Word documents to track revenues and maintain customer records. Utilizing Excel to maintain customer accounts and ensure opportunities for future marketing campaigns was extremely inefficient and cumbersome at best. Driven by the lack of a comprehensive […]