Monthly Archives: June 2011

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The Professor Tony Watts Interview: “Organizations create careers, but also, careers create organizations”

If you’ve ever wondered how meaningful your career is to your employer, or how important your contribution is in transforming your organization, you’re in luck, because Professor Tony Watts has some powerful things to say about it. http://www.careercycles.com/NEW/MP3/CB-2011-06-10.mp3 Click to listen or download “Organizations create careers, but also, careers create organizations. It’s the way people develop [...]

June 21st, 2011|0 Comments

Will tweet for food. Volleyball star becomes Associate Dean.

June 17th http://www.careercycles.com/NEW/MP3/CB-2011-06-17.mp3 Click to listen or download When unemployed social media strategist Hagan Blount was looking for work, he walked around New York City wearing a sandwich board that said: Will tweet for food. Plus, he posted his provocative infographic resume online and launched a social media campaign. The results? Four job interviews, a contract [...]

June 20th, 2011|0 Comments

Organizations create Careers and Careers create Organizations.

June 10, 2011 http://www.careercycles.com/NEW/MP3/CB-2011-06-10.mp3 Click to listen or download Professor Tony Watts joins us by phone from Cambridge, England, shedding light on how to develop our careers for the future. He is Visiting Professor of Career Development at the University of Derby, England, has lectured in over 60 countries, and written books, articles and commissioned studies, [...]

June 9th, 2011|1 Comment

Press Release Institute of Career Certification International

Mark Franklin Receives Career Management Fellow Certification by International Board June 8, 2011 – Toronto, ON Mark Franklin of Toronto, by vote of an international board of Governors, has been named Career Management Fellow in recognition of his contributions to the field of Career Management including career counselling and transition coaching.  Ed Witherell, CMF, Interim Chair [...]

June 8th, 2011|0 Comments