To Be Or Not To Be ….


By Holly Herman Whether you’re interviewing for a new job, or enjoying your current job, employers are interested that you’re doing something rather than being something. Many people I work with want to “be” the boss, “be” a manager or “be” the next [fill in the blank]. To keep on track you may consider some…

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