Author Archive | Jennifer Armitstead

Personal Brand Bootcamp – January 2015

Personal Brand BootCamp with Career Coach Jen Worried about how your career is developing? Worried about how your professional reputation is coming together? Are you getting passed up for promotions at work? Are you not selling yourself well enough in interviews? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it’s likely your Personal Brand […]

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Happy Birthday from me to you!

I’m 40 years old today!! Wow! How the time has flown… I stand in awe and look back on the last 40 years with a heart filled with gratitude. It’s with this gratitude, that I want to celebrate my birthday with you. I’m starting another group coaching program next month, so thought what better way […]

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Enjoy life by slowing down

Going too fast? Too much to do? Feel like your head is going to explode with too many things to remember? Sometimes I totally feel like that and then I realize that I need to s-l-o-w… d-o-w-n… and breathe. Trust me, I love to be busy and get a lot of stuff done. I love […]

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Sending thank you notes after networking

People often ask me how I take my networking to a new level. After meeting people for a meal or a one-on-one meeting, I make an effort to send them a thank you card. This really helps me to feel like I’m professionally doing my best to keep in touch with contacts. I recommend that […]

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Find leadership opportunities in networking groups

One of the best ways to grow in your leadership capabilities is to get involved with a networking organization. Serving in a leadership capacity is great exposure for your career and offers leadership growth. Here are some steps for growing in the networking groups: Find a networking organization that aligns with your industry or trade. […]

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What do you like about your boss?

Over the years, I’ve heard many people complain about their bosses. Who knows if it’s true or not, but regardless the damage has been done and the employee doesn’t like their boss anymore. That’s really too bad because a solid relationship with your boss can make a HUGE difference in your work satisfaction. Some comments […]

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