Dorothy Tannahill-Moran
Name: Dorothy Tannahill-Moran Twitter: @dorothynext LinkedIn: Personal Website/Blog: Bio: Dorothy is a life and career coach, speaker and author. She is well known for her unique insights and deep knowledge about people and careers. She is always eager to help people by sharing her knowledge to discover careers they will truly love. Prior to becoming a career coach, Dorothy worked at Intel for 21 years, growing through the ranks into high level management. Prior to that, she was a vocational coordinator and headhunter. Dorothy has spent years helping people to grow their careers. A self-professed “process goddess and change practitioner” for most of her life, she has married her business background, management, career knowledge, change management and passion for working with people into revolutionary career services, particularly focused on career management and change. What's your favorite career related quote? "It’s not JUST a job, it’s half your life." (Dorothy Tannahill-Moran) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? Being aligned with CAREEREALISM is an exciting opportunity to be part of a highly professional organization well known for its superior experts and drive to support careerist in any stage of their professional life. Being part of this group is like having a back stage pass to a rock star concert. I’m honored to be part of this group of the best career professionals on the planet. Articles written by this expert: Office Romance: Pitfalls, Problems and Warnings Over 40 and Afraid to Use LinkedIn for Your Job Search? Career Management: Top 10 Career Limiting Moves No Friends at Work? 8 Tips for Disagreeing with the Boss Job Search Help for a 50-Year-Old Stay-at-Home Mom Is Changing Careers a Bad Move in This Tough Economy? ‘I’m Educated, I’m Interviewing and I’m Not Getting Any Offers’ Why Preparation and Practice Go Perfect With Interviewing – Tips for Success How to Act After Getting a Rejection Letter 4 Ways to Extend Your Personal Brand With Your Elevator Speech Where is My Promotion? What to Do When You Have a Bad Boss New Boss, New Career Opportunities How to Troubleshoot Your Job Search Problems 10 Tips for a Powerful Elevator Speech 7 Steps to Power Your Way to a Promotion This Year 6 Ways to Prepare Yourself for a Management Job 7 Tips on Creating Workplace Motivation 3 Examples of Great Personal Branding Hostile Work Environment: 5 Steps for Dealing With Difficult People 5 Tips for Dealing With an Annoying Co-Worker 5 Ways to Deal With an Incompetent Boss Is Going Back to School Your Best Path to Career Growth? 3 Steps to Creating Your Career Development Plan 6 Things To Do Before Leaving Your Job Are Your Work Expectations Realistic? Are Your Listening Skills Your Job Search Problem? Career Management: Are YOU Lazy?
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My grandparents owned a two-story walkup in Brooklyn, New York. When I was a child, my cousins and I would take turns asking each other questions, Trivial Pursuit style. If we got the question correct, we moved up one step on the staircase. If we got the question wrong, we moved down one step. The winner was the person who reached the top landing first. While we each enjoyed serving as the “master of ceremonies on 69th Street,” peppering each other with rapid-fire questions, I enjoyed the role of maestro the most of all my cousins. I suppose I was destined to be an educator.

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