Lisa Adams
Affiliation: Approved Career Expert Twitter:@CoachLisaAdamsLinkedIn:/in/LisaLAdamsPersonal Website/ [Website] [Blog] Bio: Lisa Adams, founder of Fresh Air Careers, is driven to help professionals eliminate career confusion. She is a certified career management coach, certified job search strategist, speaker, and preferred expert on and Lisa leverages her 20 years of senior management, human resources, sales, and business development experience to provide the best possible resources and experience to her clients. Lisa is passionate about encouraging and empowering her clients to take charge of their careers and to find a fit that drives them to succeed. Lisa is a graduate of the University of New Hampshires Whittemore School of Business. Her coaching certifications were received through Career Coach Academy and Susan Whitcomb, one of the premier career experts in the field today. What's your favorite career related quote?“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” (Confucius) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? Working with J.T. and her team. They get what is going on in the career space for young professionals and they work diligently to provide resources to this audience. It is an exciting team to be a part of. Articles written by this expert:3 Rules for Effective Informational InterviewingWhy is LinkedIn a Must-use Tool?Goal Setting in Your Career [Part 1]Goal Setting in Your Career [Part 2]Strategies for Dealing with a Passive-aggressive BossDealing with the First Career TransitionAre You Stuck in the Job Search Fog?Determine How You Can Solve a Company’s Problem‘I Know You’re Trying to Help My Career But Don’t’Find a Hobby to Balance Out Your CareerProject Plan Your Job SearchHow Time Management Can Help Your Job SearchWhat to Do on a Phone InterviewHow to Follow Up After the Interview5 Tips to Uncover Company CultureJob Board Detox Challenge [VIDEO]Job Board Detox Tip #1: Create a Job Search PlanJob Board Detox Tip #2: Take an AssessmentJob Board Detox Tip #3: Make a List of Your ‘Must-Haves’Job Board Detox Tip #4: Make an Interview Bucket ListJob Board Detox Tip #5: Do Your ResearchJob Board Detox Tip #6: Call Your ContactsJob Board Detox Tip #7: Define Your Personal BrandJob Board Detox Tip #8: Create Value StatementsJob Board Detox Tip #9: Attend a Networking Event for Non-Job SeekersJob Board Detox Tip #10: Enjoy LifeJob Board Detox Tip #11: Fight the FearJob Board Detox Tip #12: Write SMART StoriesJob Board Detox Tip #13: Check Your WardrobeJob Board Detox Tip #14: Research Salary and Compensation PackagesJob Board Detox Tip #15: Write Your Interview AnswersJob Board Detox Tip #16: Start Making CallsJob Board Detox Tip #17: Build Your ResiliencyJob Board Detox Tip #18: Attend a Training EventJob Board Detox Tip #19: Make a List of Interview QuestionsJob Board Detox Tip #20: Congratulations!4 Tips to Overcoming Career Fear5 Signs it’s Time for Career Change3 Quick Strategies For A Thriving Holiday Job SearchBig Game Job Search Mistakes2 Common Career MythsHow To Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out3 Ways Young Professionals Can Gain Confidence In The Workplace
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