There are numerous career and professional resources online and in print. Cori regularly reviews books, websites, and thought-leader articles to stay abreast of current best practices and emerging trends.
Below are some that have broad career relevance; she shares more targeted resources with her clients.
– Weekly magazine providing information and interpretation about what was happening in the business world. Business Week
– Wall Street Journal – next steps, second acts and advice on managing your job. Career Journal
– Global media company, focusing on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership, and lifestyle. Forbes
Discover the Perfect Career for You through the Secrets of Personality Type ` well-known source for Myers-Briggs profiles related to type and work; beneficial for those considering career changes.
Step-by-step program for increasing your EQ via four, core EQ skills that enable you to achieve your fullest potential: 1) Self-Awareness 2) Self-Management 3) Social Awareness 4) Relationship Management
Career Coach, by Linda Conklin Excellent, straightforward book offering strong career guidance. Provides insights and suggestions on how to avoid many pitfalls during the job search process.
sophisticated, state-of-the-art career counseling tool that provides a highly nuanced self-assessment profile and direction to specific business work environments and activities that will lead to career satisfaction and success.
Whether by default (downsizing is here to stay) or design (job dissatisfaction is at an all-time high), more and more of us are becoming free agents.
David Rock offers a practical, six-step guide to making permanent workplace performance change by unleashing higher productivity, new levels of morale, and greater job satisfaction.
Retire Smart, Retire Happy Finding Your True Path in Life, by Nancy K Schlossberg, Ed.D.Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2007.
Hundreds of strategies for applying your strengths, this new book and accompanying website will change the way you look at yourself–and the world around you–forever.
The Twitter Job Search Guide: Find a Job and Advance Your Career in Just 15 Minutes a Day by Susan Britton Whitcomb, Chandlee Bryan, and Deb Dib. Indianapolis, IN: JIST Works, 2010.
Talent and hard work alone will not get you to the top. What separates the winners from the losers in corporate life is politics.
A career guide that rethinks the golden years, this handbook offers 50+ income models for creating flexible, fulfilling, and profitable work during the encore stage of one’s career.
A job-search manual that gives career seekers a systematic, tech-savvy formula to efficiently and effectively target potential employers and secure the essential first interview.