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The Career Fitness Profiler: Finding Hope in Career Misery

October 5, 2017

John* had a prestigious job that he’d worked hard to achieve.   He managed to get into a rather competitive program, completed it successfully, and landed a job immediately following graduation. John felt like he had finally made it! His time, effort, and investment had finally culminated in a well-paying job in the career he […]


Top Five Tips for a Successful High School to Post-secondary Transition

September 13, 2017

It’s an exciting time for those of you (or those you know) who have just recently graduated from high school and are off to the next stage in your education path: post-secondary! While exciting, it can be somewhat daunting. Bigger class sizes, new instructors and students, as well as more freedom and independence are just […]


The Rise of the Toxic Leaders: Watch out and Weed! Part 2

August 10, 2017

In the first post, we discussed the causes of workplace toxicity. Below are some action steps that can be done to prevent the weeds of toxic leadership from flourishing: ** – Select the right leaders and avoid promoting the wrong ones. This topic is near and dear to us at Leadership Success Group, and there […]


The Rise of the Toxic Leaders: Watch out and Weed! Part 1

July 14, 2017

Why do there seem to be so many toxic workplaces out there?  And why would we choose such a strong word to describe workplaces? Well, when it comes to impacting people’s well being, both physically and emotionally, toxic is not an exaggeration. Adding a difficult recession to this, with limited resources and fear of job […]


Top 5 Tips to Make Stampede the Most Networking You Can Have With Your Boots On

June 30, 2017

Whether you love or hate the Calgary Stampede, you will inevitably be forced into attending one or more social functions over the ten day event. If you’re thinking about making a career change, attending a company event may be the last thing you feel like doing—but think again! Stampede events are prime networking opportunities! Here […]


Philanthropy: A Key Piece of the Puzzle at Calgary Career Counselling

June 14, 2017

Calgary Career Counselling is coming up on its eighth anniversary in July, and, as I reflect on these past years, I am proud not only about the firm having helped thousands of Canadians, but that we have donated our time and services to many individuals and organizations along the way. As a career and workplace […]


Translating the Warrior Program

May 24, 2017

Are you someone, or do you know someone, who has military experience and are looking to find a way to maximize that experience and training to develop or start your civilian career?   Many have struggled  to find a way to blend and market what they know and have learned from their commendable service to […]


LinkedIn Don’ts: Are you making these 5 mistakes?

April 26, 2017

Here are five LinkedIn pitfalls that many users make and suggestions on how to fix them:   1. Don’t have an incomplete profile. Recruiters are using LinkedIn to find great candidates like you, so make sure they can find you. Fill in all the sections that are relevant to you. Add rich detail, using keywords […]


Working with a Disability: Tips for Job Seekers

March 29, 2017

  Though many employers proudly declare themselves an “equal opportunity employer,” individuals who identify with a disability may still wonder how their disability impacts the opportunities available to them. I have worked with countless clients living with chronic illness, physical or cognitive impairments, and/or a mental health diagnosis; many of whom believe their career choices […]


Supporting Loved Ones Through Career Transitions

February 22, 2017

Since February is the month of Valentine’s Day and Family Day, it seems like a fitting time to reflect on how we can support our loved ones through career transitions. Just like other major life changes, career shifts are often emotional and intense. Though your loved one is the one making the career change, you […]


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