In this edition of Ivy Exec Reviews we will cover two new valuable content sites that have great career-related advice. Please let us know what you think about these sites in the comments section.
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Do you find yourself in a situation where you crave the rewards of a more successful career and you have the basic competence to earn them? Yet, you are missing out on the job opportunities, the promotions and the bigger paychecks. Others, no more qualified than you, are getting through the door ahead of you. Why? Because these professionals know how to translate their “know-what-to-do” skills into winning “how-to-get-things-done” strategies and actions.
By participating in Ramon Greenwood’s popular blog, Common Sense At Work, you can learn how the ones that get through the door do it, and then join them, reaping the rewards of a more successful career. Greenwood shares the lessons he learned from his years as a Senior Vice President of American Express; as a consultant to and director of various corporations; and as an entrepreneur, career coach, blogger, and published author.
Greenwood has interviewed scores of careerists, including those just beginning their careers, middle managers and CEO’s. He has gained information from professionals who practice every day in the fields of management psychology and organizational dynamics. He has exhaustively researched published material on how to get ahead in the world of work. By participating in the “Common Sense At Work” blog you will share the experience of those who have both won and lost, slugging it out in the trenches at work every day to emerge triumphant.
CareerAlley.com is a one stop shop for many needs a job seeker may have. The site boasts a good number of bloggers who contribute career-related content on a continual basis. It definitely has the feel of a career advice and resource aggregator where you can find the job information you need.
The site also has a solid resource section where job seekers can compare salaries and jobs, or find multiple career-related lists of major headhunters, job boards, etc. Some of the other lists that were interesting were College Career Services, and their top suggestions of career-related articles.
This site has a vibrant community of readers who comment on and share what they learn on the site.