Authenticity : The Challenge of Cultural Adaptation and the Identity Struggle

In the dynamic landscape of career coaching, the foundational pillars of trust and authenticity stand tall as guiding beacons, illuminating the path toward personal and professional growth. Each coaching session is an opportunity for profound revelations to unfold, as clients bravely peel back the layers of their experiences to reveal their most authentic selves. During […]

Navigating the American Corporate World: A Guide for Immigrants

Emigrating to a new country can be an exciting yet challenging endeavor, especially when it comes to integrating into the professional landscape. For immigrants venturing into the American corporate world, understanding the unique characteristics and cultural nuances is crucial for a successful career journey. In this blog post, we will explore key aspects of the […]

“Writing a résumé without doing market research is like trying to fit the wrong piece into the puzzle; it doesn’t work!” (Erica Yanney)

Did you know that the most common reason for not being invited to an interview is an inadequate résumé? Did you stop to evaluate yours?

We need the right outfit for the right occasion, the right key to the right door, the right piece for the right opening in the puzzle, and your job search is no different. You need a specific résumé for a specific job announcement. Companies and positions are different. You can’t expect to use the same résumé for all!

Opportunities for Immigrants Do Exist – A Word of Encouragement

I’m working with an American recruiter on writing his resume. As I have access to the assessment documents, awards, and forms that he has filled with information, I realize that his differential is hiring professionals from ethnic minorities. I also understand all the effort his company has made – which name I may not mention, but it is a large and recognized global company – to establish a culture of equality and diversity acceptance.