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What can you learn from outdoor active experience? – Interview with Outward Bound Executive Director, Sarah Wiley

Listen to this episode of CareerBuzz at CareerCycles.com During a mountain biking trip in Nepal, Sarah Wiley realized her planned career in law might not be the right fit. Now, as Executive Director ofOutward Bound Canada, she is helping others learn about themselves and connect with the great outdoors. Hear Sarah Wiley’s inspiring story and learn about Outward Bound Canada in this episode of Care... Read More »

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Managing Your Career While Going Through Cancer Treatment

Listen to this episode of CareerBuzz at CareerCycles.com Cancer strikes without prejudice – but people from all walks of life and within all levels of the cancer community can be united in a common goal of coping with this life-altering event. People living with cancer can and do play a significant and powerful role in their own journey. Kim Adlard has first hand experience witnessing how involvem... Read More »

Positive Psychology experts discuss Hedonia, Eudaimonia and the Virtuous Organization

Listen to this episode of CareerBuzz at CareerCycles.com With so much interest in positive psychology, how can we use it to enrich our careers and lives? How can it help us to flourish? These are questions that today’s podcast guests help answer. Guests were speakers and exhibitors at the recent Canadian Positive Psychology Association’s national conference held in Niagara on the Lake, June 2016. ... Read More »

Importance Of Toys and Play In Learning and 3 Immigrants Share Their Secrets Of Success In Canada – CareerBuzz Podcast

Listen to this episode of CareerBuzz at CareerCycles.com Ever wonder what it’s like to immigrate to Canada? In this episode of CareerBuzz Mark interviews 3 immigrants from the Toronto Region Immigration Employment Counsel (TRIEC) about the strategies they used to find success and ways immigrants can make new connections, integrate into the Canadian workforce and learn to love their new home. Also ... Read More »

Starting Over at 35 – Inspiring Story of Career Change

Listen to this episode of CareerBuzz on CareerCycles.com On the surface Melissa Hughes had it all. In her words “On the outside, my life at 35 looked great  —  a promising career, a doting partner, an elegant home, things, vacations, a big engagement ring, money in the bank… There was just one problem: I wasn’t happy.” After a series of career error corrections Melissa sums up her care... Read More »

Preparing your clients to work from home

Do you have clients who have been asking you about work from home opportunities? If so here are some tips for preparing your clients to work from home. For each area, have a coaching conversation with your client, asking them to rate themselves on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being low and 10 being high. Self-discipline To be successful working from home you need self-discipline. Self-discipline is ... Read More »

Opportunities for Newcomers with Language Skills

Are you a career professional who works with Newcomers to Canada?  Or perhaps you are a Newcomer yourself.  If so, I want to share some innovative things that are happening that are increasing the demand for those with a solid native understanding of one language, able to translate it into another.  This trend is known as translation as a service. Hospitals are an example where live, simultaneous ... Read More »

Online resources for career professionals: Twitter chat summary

  Thanks to everyone who joined the chat today on free online resources for career professionals. We had a really great discussion, and I will be spending most of this afternoon checking out all the resources shared on the #CERIC10 hashtag!   [View the story “CERIC 10th anniversary conversations – #1: Online resources for career professionals” on Storify]     ... Read More »

An iPhone + an App = earning money for routine errands

Legitimate Opportunity to Work from Home in Canada Fieldagent.net is an app for your iPhone (and only iPhones) that enables you to earn money while doing routine errands. Our tester agent, Michelle, earned $34 in a week while doing her shopping, coffee runs and other errands. What kind of work is it? The work is a combination of crowdsourcing and analytics using your iPhone. So what does that mean... Read More »

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