Meredith Miller

A New Year’s Top 10 – A Better “You” at Work

by Meredith Miller January 16, 2013

10 things you can do to start the new year with your best foot forward at work. 1) Reflect on 2012 –Which projects were successful in 2012? Which needed improvement? Reflect on successes and shortcomings –  you can learn from both. Think about how you can do things differently this year and improve upon your […]

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“Crisis Management: Lessons Learned from the Army” – September 20th Evening Program

by Meredith Miller October 23, 2012

On Thursday, September 20th, the Metropolitan New York Chapter of the LMA held a seminar about Crisis Management. Rudy Burwell, a retired army colonel and president and founder of Burwell Group, a full service strategic communications firm, and John Hellerman, the co-founder of Hellerman Baretz Communications, a corporate communications agency, offered a unique approach to […]

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Starting Anew

by Meredith Miller October 16, 2012

In my last two articles, I wrote about searching for a job in a challenging market and prioritizing job offers. This article will focus on several suggestions of what to do when starting a new job. Prepare Prior to starting your new job (time permitting) and in the first month or two at your job be […]

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Prioritizing Job Offers

by Meredith Miller July 18, 2012

My previous NYLMA News article “Job Searching in a Challenging Market” focused on fundamentals when searching for a new job. As a follow up, this article concentrates on comparing offers from potential employers and selecting the best opportunity. Must Haves When evaluating job offers, it is important to assess and prioritize what aspects of future […]

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Job Searching in a Challenging Market

by Meredith Miller April 9, 2012

A few years ago I found myself deep in a job search. The law firm for which I was working was abruptly shut down and I had to start looking for a job at a time that Bloomberg News called “the worst slump since the Great Depression.”  Whether you are forced into a job search […]

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