Julia Erickson coaches people to find, get and do their "right fit" work - work they love, do well, and want to do again. She blogs and tweets on career and job search. Julia is a career expert on Careerealism.com, a top 10 career blog. Julia?s coaching is grounded in nearly 30 years experience in NYC?s non-profit industry, including 12 as CEO of two major organizations. She hired hundreds, fired some, and coached many to use their talents at work. Julia led Public/Private Initiatives at NYC's Department of Employment, which gave her in-depth knowledge of what employers want. Julia applies to career management the marketing expertise she used to raise more than $100 million, much through direct response. Julia graduated from Smith College and has an MBA in leadership. She was the James Beard Foundation's 2003 Humanitarian of the Year, and a Women's Day's "Women Who Inspire Us" in 2002.
julia1319 has written 12 posts for myrightfitjob

9 Step Road Map: How to Find Your “Right Fit” Job http://bit.ly/otodhe

How to Find a Career You Love, Based on Your Strengths

“I love my work!” If you are like most people, you want to say those words with a straight face, and mean them. It is possible when you look for jobs and build a career based on your natural strengths and talents. I call this your “right fit” work. Just as there are clothes that … Continue reading

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Caution: If You’re Not a Rock Star, Maybe LinkedIn’s Skills Section Isn’t For You Yet http://ping.fm/d6Uv3

How to Find a Career Based on Your Strengths, plus why it makes sense to do so http://bit.ly/lFJdUn

Use negotiation skills at work http://ping.fm/kfFm0

Two Good Assumptions to Make During Job Search and what to do next http://bit.ly/jCVq1s

was mentioned in article about tweets after killing of #obl (Osama bin Laden) http://ping.fm/zuta2

Job search is a marketing campaign. Market yourself effectively to employers via targeted search & materials. http://ping.fm/jV4Hu

Ending one job and looking for or starting another? You’re in transition. Read William Bridges’ book Transitions. Buy @ http://myrightfitjob