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How to Protect Your Career & Handle an Executive Layoff with Success

 

executive layoffOn January 4th, 2017, CNN Money published “Macy’s is closing 68 stores, cutting 10,000 jobs.” Although I am very positive about the opportunity that avails us all in 2017, this is not a great headline to see four days in to the new year. 

However, small or large, no company is immune to the layoff phenomenon.

And no job is immune from the downsizing phenomenon.

Your career is in play. Always.  

Obviously, the impact of any corporate change is bigger than simply your job.

Yet, at the end of the day, your job is all that matters to you… right? Your career? Yes…

So many scenarios are possible…but here are the main two scenarios:Continue Reading…

How to Triumph Over Transition. This is the Beginning of Your Great Story!

 

Whatever your reason for embarking on your upcoming transition, whether it be a layoff, economic incentive, professional frustration, divorce, empty nest syndrome or you simply have a great business idea to put to market, realize that you are in an exciting position!  Yes, you are.

This can be the beginning of what will become your Great Story.  I can imagine that you may feel petrified about starting this process and overwhelmed about where or how to start. Don’t worry. It is this uncertainty that holds all the promise and possibility that lies before you. Embrace it and don’t fight it. Don’t believe me? Need proof?Continue Reading…