Networking isn’t just about getting your next job or making a sale. People who make networking work for them follow these four rules of thumb.
Articles by Expert Michel Theriault
There are a number of things you can do right now to increase your chances of success and shorten the distance between your last corporate paycheck and your first payment as a consultant.
The decision to fire one of your employees for poor performance is a hard one. Here are three questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to let an employee go.
Michel Theriault shares two simple strategies for managing your manager to drive your own success in the organization.
One of the biggest risks to your career is when you get a new boss. During this critical time, you must be proactive and strategic. Here are some survival tips you can use to “break in” your new boss and keep your job.
A website is a necessity for entrepreneurs, small businesses, home-based businesses, and anybody selling products or services. If you don’t have one already, make launching a business website your goal for the coming year. Michel Theriault shares 7 key steps to getting started.
Unfortunately, there is still an emphasis on what is on the surface, not what is below. That is why I lost respect for one executive eager to make spelling and grammar corrections but not much else.
Waiting until you need a job is the worst time to look for one. Here are three reasons you should be looking for a new job even if you are happy where you are.
Many professionals who find themselves out of a job consider the consulting route, but most end up giving up and going back to a corporate job when the opportunity presents itself. Michel Theriault explains why.
Sometimes its just not possible to disconnect completely when you go on vacation, but it doesnt have to ruin your vacation — if you manage it carefully. Here are some strategies to maximize your personal time while staying connected.