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I help people make sense of their careers. I help leaders build great teams. I help teams build great cultures. Life is too short for stressful jobs filled with unending days and bottomless inboxes. Imagine going to work every day with a clear sense of how to add value in an organization that is infused with energy and enthusiasm.
People come to me for leadership development, executive presence, team building, career strategy, job search, interview preparation, getting unstuck, getting promoted, navigating the nuances of large organizations, and figuring out what's next.
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There are no ads, no pop-ups, and no bribes to get your email address in exchange for a "free gift." I'm on a mission to make the world a better place to work and I'm looking for allies to help me in that mission.
Spend some time browsing the site — there's a ton of helpful stuff here. You'll find everything from setting up your LinkedIn profile to building a cohesive leadership team. For a good read, peruse some of the most popular articles on my blog.
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I wish you success…
I believe that work shouldn't be so hard. The purpose of a job is to earn a livelihood; and the purpose of a livelihood is to create space in your life to connect with your community and contribute to society in a meaningful way.
Helpful: A Guide to Life, Careers, and the Art of Networking is a groundbreaking book that flips the classic idea of networking on its head. Helpful revolutionizes what networking is, how it happens, and how we should do it. Don't go to another noisy "networking event" until you have had a chance to read this book.
Life — and success — contain a high degree of luck, randomness, and serendipity. It’s not just me that thinks so. Researchers are proving what our intuition has been telling us for generations. A study out of the University of Catania in Italy showed that the most successful people are not the most talented, just the luckiest.
Persistence, fueled by ambition, and a stroke of good fortune are often all that separate the the high-rollers from the homeless. But you have to try. Where would you be if you didn’t even try?Read more…
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Heather Hollick has been helping others become better leaders and craft more meaningful careers for more than 25 years. Her experience spans both business and technology, operations and organizational development. Oh, and she was born in Canada, so she can't help but be helpful.