Author Archives: W. P. Carey Career Management

How Holiday Networking Has Changed After Covid-19

Many rituals and habits changed after Covid-19, and the surge caused by the delta variant means this holiday season will still be subdued. In-person gatherings in hotspots will be limited, parties will be canceled, and annual catch-ups will still likely be …

By Lisa Rangel - Vault
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The 4 Simple Behaviors that Turn Ordinary People Into CEOs, According to Researchers

Think you could never become a CEO? Think again, say Elena Botelho and Kim Powell, researchers and authors of the book, The CEO Next Door.

Botelho and Powell studied data from 17,000 leadership assessments, from which they chose 2,600 to study even further. …

By Leah Thomas via Fairygodboss - Vault
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Ask Yourself These 6 Questions to Build Your Personal Branding Strategy

For an executive, building a personal brand can sound like another unnecessary task on an already too-long to do list. But, if done right, the process of building a personal brand can be extremely beneficial and even fulfilling.

People want …

By Andjela Milenkovic - Ivy Exec
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8 Proven Ways to Keep Your Remote Team Motivated

Remote work is, without a doubt, here to stay. 

One Gartner survey done in May 2021 found that more than 60 percent of white-collar employers were preparing for a hybrid office future, with just one percent indicating they planned to …

By Liv McConnell - Ivy Exec
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Networking When You Have No Network

Today’s job search is nothing if not convenient. We can all sit in our beds wearing jammies, resumé at the ready, sending off applications as quickly as we can whip up the cover letters (and you should definitely spend some …

By Kaitlin McManus - Vault
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3 Tips for Networking Event Success

Today, networking is essential for anyone looking to advance their careers, and it’s normal to feel uncomfortable when putting yourself out there in your professional life. When it’s your career and livelihood on the line, it’s easy to feel intimidated …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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Two Strategies for Hiring Veterans in the Next Phase of Their Career

November 11 marks Veterans Day, a moment out of the year to pause for reflection and pay homage to the people who protect and serve our nation. In times of deep national polarization, this day also serves an opportunity to …

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Beyond Pride: Guide to Hiring LGBTQ+ Early Talent

While the cultural embrace of Pride every June represents positive momentum toward acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community, employers have an obligation to do more than change corporate logos to rainbow colors for a month.

LGBTQ+ hiring and allyship is yearlong.

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How Informational Interviews Can Lead to a Job Offer

Informational interviews are an often ignored aspect of the job search. For unemployed individuals, college seniors, and disgruntled employees, the stress of the job search makes something like an informational interview, which often does not result in a job offer, …

By Jon Minners - Vault
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Networking Tips for International Students

Like many other international students, I was very focused on the academic part of student life when I arrived in the U.S. In my junior year of college, I suddenly felt this job-seeking urgency. I was only a couple of …

By Nan Liu Barnes - Vault
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