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Updated July 2020
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Discover what it would be like to actually enjoy going to work every day. Imagine if you felt completely fulfilled with your job. If you are looking to up-level in your career, Lorraine Rise has can help you get there. As a Professional Career Coach, former recruiter and 2X career changer, she knows how to help clients re-invent themselves professionally and find jobs that align with their values and priorities. Whether you are a looking for a new career or stuck in a toxic job, Career UpRis ...
 
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In episode #36 of the podcast, I talked about specific points at which it is important to manage your boss. One of those important times is when a new responsibility or project is placed on your plate. Many employees would assume that their boss knows exactly what they are already doing, minute by minute. They figure if the boss gave them this resp…
 
Those of you who were fortunate to keep your jobs during quarantine may have already returned to work or will be returning soon. You may feel a lot of uncertainty around that, like who still works there? How have my co-workers been affected by quarantine? How will the company be different? Changes might include: -Variable/flexible work shifts -A co…
 
In episode #121, “Career Pivots & Reinvention,” I focused primarily on career pivots. As I define it, a career pivot is like a pivot in basketball – one foot remains stationary while the other foot moves. In a career pivot, one of your feet remains in either your industry or your job function. You remain working in marketing, but pivot from the man…
 
Let me start by being clear: I am not speaking about having COVID19. I am speaking to those of you who will be interviewing for jobs, where questions about why you were let go during COVID, or how you spent your time during COVID, might well be asked. Let’s start with those of you who lost your job because of COVID. You have a pass. The biggest mes…
 
I’m working with a lot of clients right now who were laid off as a result of COVID. Many others were already job searching when COVID hit. For many of these clients and, I suspect, many of you – you are fighting feelings of despair and frustration as you look for a job right now. What I want to offer you today are some persistence strategies to kee…
 
This week, I speak with George McGehrin, Founder of The McGehrin Group. George’s firm conducts executive search at the C-level throughout the US, Europe, and South America. In addition to managing his recruiting firm, George also works with executives to empower their careers through branding and coaching. Here are the topics George and I discuss d…
 
The coronavirus, or as I call it, Virus Jail, means many of you will need to update your resume. Clearly, I have a bias for hiring a credentialed resume writer. Not all are created equal, so if all you can afford to spend is a few hundred dollars, you’re better off doing it yourself. Here are five top tips to make sure your resume is job search rea…
 
My guest today is Chris Lyons of Creative Career Starter. Chris has been an Agency Owner/Creative Director, and for the past 20 years, a Freelance Illustrator and Adjunct Professor of Design. He helps design school grads with an effective process for finding their first creative job, which is something not a lot of design programs teach. Applying f…
 
Here’s the first thing I want to say about the uncertainty of our future in the face of COVID19: The future has ALWAYS been uncertain. I am recording this in April for a drop date in mid-May, which gives time for a lot to have changed in between. So if you’re back at work and everything is as it was before the quarantine, great. However, I highly d…
 
Today’s guest is Lorraine Rise, and she’s speaking with me about being “Laid off Three Times by Age 30.” In this time when so many have lost their jobs due to COVID, Lorraine’s topic is both timely and inspirational. Lorraine has built her career on the practice of coaching others to succeed. Her career began in the health and weight loss industry,…
 
…okay, maybe I overstated a bit in the heading. Disappointment, rejection, and frustration are part of the deal when it comes to job searching. Here’s what is optional during a job search: Beating. Yourself. Up. Making that rejection notice…that non-response…mean something about you as a human being. As an employee. As a valuable contributor to the…
 
In honor of Earth Day 2020, today’s podcast guest is Katie Secrist, the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Sustainable Business Consulting. She talks about careers in sustainability – what they are, how to get them, and specific strategies for navigating your social impact job search. Katie’s consulting portfolio includes Expedia, Seattle Childr…
 
First of all, let me wish a happy birthday to myself! This will come out on April 15th. This time last year, I was in Tuscany for my birthday. My, how the world has changed since then. Today, I want to talk about creative networking strategies in the era of Virus Jail. When in- person networking events are literally against the law for many of us. …
 
When we think about career advancement, we think about going back to school, sprucing up our resume or tapping into our network. But true change starts in your mind. Lorraine is joined by fellow career coach, Lesa Edwards, in today's episode. Listen for a specific and highly effective formula to re-program your mind for success.…
 
If you’ve been listening to the podcast recently, you’ve heard me refer to our New World Order as “Virus Jail.” For many of you listening—perhaps even most of you—your work has been directly affected by Virus Jail. Perhaps you are unemployed. Maybe you are working from home. Maybe you are working harder than ever, especially if your industry is on …
 
Well, here we are in what I’m calling Virus Jail. For those of you who were job searching when this all began, or those of you who will be job searching as a direct result of Virus Jail, you have some unprecedented challenges ahead. Unprecedented, but not insurmountable. The world will go on. We can’t know what it’s going to look like or when compa…
 
This week's guest is Angela Civitella, founder of Intinde and a certified coach to business leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs. We talk about strategies for not only surviving, but thriving in the midst of the career lows you will inevitably face. You can find Angela at: www.intinde.com linkedin.com/company/intinde twitter.com/intinde facebook/co…
 
This is a special episode to help those of you who are job searching during the Coronavirus pandemic. To visit my website: www.exclusivecareercoaching.com Follow My YouTube channel (Lesa Edwards); it’s chocked full of valuable career management content in easily digestible bites. Want to speak with an expert about your career/job search goals? Need…
 
Many people, perhaps most, don’t think of “passion” and “job” in the same sentence. They believe passion is for their family, their significant other, their hobbies. They lock their passion in the safe before leaving for work every day. The result? Long, unfulfilling days with little to show for them. Those of us who have aligned our passion with o…
 
This episode center’s around Wallace D. Wattle’s seminal book, “The Science of Getting Rich.” Specifically, his perspective on persistence. Why is this so important? Because Mr. Wattle’s decades-long research into successful people revealed what so many after him have also found to be true…persistence is an essential quality for success. First, a d…
 
Here are some tips, borrowed heavily from “The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan” by Bradt, Check, and Pedraza. A SUCCESSFUL ON-BOARD REQUIRES DECIDING ON THE RIGHT APPROACH Determining the organization’s culture (and/or the sub-culture of your specific department or business unit) is key to knowing how to approach your work from day one. A major co…
 
This month, I’m sharing pieces of programs I offer to corporations, non-profit groups, professional associations, and community organizations. This week, I want to talk about one of my favorite subjects, “Managing Your Mind to Advance Your Career.” I created this program because so many trainings focus on the doing part of managing your career, and…
 
This month, I’m sharing pieces of programs I offer to corporations, non-profit organizations, professional associations, and community organizations. This week, I’m talking about the MBTI, and how to leverage personality differences in the workplace. I created this program as a quick overview of personality and how it plays out in the workplace. I …
 
This week and last, I am sharing some of the concepts from a program I created for The Topps Corporation entitled, “What Did You Just Say? – Tools for Active Listening and Effective Communication.” Last week’s episode was on Active Listening, so today I’ll cover Effective Communication. There are four steps to the communication process; at any poin…
 
This past fall, I conducted a program I called “What Did You Just Say?” – Tools For Active Listening and Effective Communication, for The Topps Corporation. This week and next, I want to share some of the concepts from this program with you. Today, I’m focusing on Active Listening; next week, I’ll cover Effective Communication. WHY IS ACTIVE LISTEN…
 
I’ve been thinking a lot about my journey lately. Also, with the new year and new decade, it seems like a good time to reflect. I’ve shared bits and pieces of my life with you over the previous 111 episodes, but I decided to dedicate an entire episode to my story — what I’ve learned and how I’ve grown,–in the hopes that it will inspire you. I’m hop…
 
This week’s guest is Mac Prichard, speaking with me about How to Hack the Hidden Job Market. 80% of all jobs are never publicly advertised, but there are ways to access this treasure trove of work opportunities. Mac explains: -Why the hidden job market exists -What kinds of tactics help jobseekers break into the hidden job market -How to execute a …
 
In previous episodes, I’ve talked extensively about whether to leave your current employer or stay. In today’s episode, I want to talk about when to tell your boss you’re looking for a new job. This topic came from one of my clients, who reached out to ask me this question. There’s isn’t a simple answer, so I want to lay out the considerations for …
 
I don’t know about you, but I’ve heard about goals till I’m blue in the face. And the focus is often on SETTING goals, rather than how to actually ACHIEVE them. I’ve heard it said that a goal without a plan is just a wish. How true that is. I want to approach this topic from a different angle. Rather than talking about setting goals, let’s talk abo…
 
This week’s podcast features guest life coach, Jane Springer. We’re talking about buffering – that is, the things you do when you should be looking for a new job. Buffering can show up in all areas of your life as a way to avoid doing something that will move you forward in your life. Visit Jane Springer’s website at janespringer.com Find her on Fa…
 
One of the things I coach my clients on around the job interview is how to answer the question, “Why should I hire you?” Or, as I like to put it, “Why should I stop the interview process right now and offer the job to you?” Here’s the kind of answers I most often get: “I’m a hard worker.” “I’m a team player.” “I’m good with numbers.” (for an accoun…
 
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