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Gail Sussman-Miller
I inspire brave career action for executives, small businesses and women
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Note from a recruiter whose searches I post on the Courageous Career Corner group on LinkedIn. ------------------------------------------------- I wanted to reach out concerning a search I am currently handling for a Global Sourcing Manager. The position focus will be the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2017 at Inspired Choice
Are you a woman who... Feels stuck coasting and doing work that no longer satisfies you, waiting to be inspired to make a change? Is not clear on what you really WANT to do vs. settling for what you CAN... Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2017 at Inspired Choice
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Wherever you are in the process, Gail can help and will meet you where you are! Whether you are new to job search after 20+ years or re-evaluating your career direction, feel stuck, unmotivated or can't stay on track, Gail... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Inspired Choice
When I first heard the term I thought of the early printed documents that announced a show was in town or the circus! Well, you are the next best thing to a bearded lady or double-headed tiger… so promote yourself!... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Inspired Choice
JOB DESCRIPTION CELEMI INC. Position: Sales Account Executive Location: Rolling Meadows/Chicago IL, USA Reports to: Managing Director - Americas Celemi Profile With locations in Europe, Asia, and North America, Celemi is a global leadership development and training company specializing in... Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2017 at Inspired Choice
Gail's Farewell to ExecuNet October 5th was Gail's last meeting as facilitator for Chicago ExecuNet after 7.5 years. Learn more about this decision here. Gail will continue to support executives on career transition, advancement and direction issues. She also specializes... Continue reading
Posted Oct 13, 2016 at Inspired Choice
Gail's Farewell to ExecuNet October 5th was Gail's last meeting as facilitator for Chicago ExecuNet after 7.5 years. Gail will continue to support executives on career transition, advancement and direction issues. She also specializes in helping women at all career levels go after their true desires by making an inspired choice and taking brave action. Read more here Please connect with ExecuNet at http://www.execunet.com for questions about their offerings. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Leverage Your Built-In GPS to Boost Your Job Search: Emotional Intelligence - See more at: http://gailsussmanmiller.blogs.com/execunet/2013/06/december-19th-execunet-gathering-oakbrook.html#sthash.hSwemRw2.dpuf WORKSHOP Title: Leverage Your Built-In GPS to Boost Your Job Search: Emotional Intelligence -... Continue reading
Posted Oct 13, 2016 at ExecuNet
Farewell, but not GONE! Yes, I stepped down after 7.5 years as the volunteer facilitator and host of Chicago ExecuNet meetings, in Chicago and Oakbrook. My last ExecuNet meeting as facilitator was Wednesday, October 5, 2016 What is next for... Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2016 at Inspired Choice
What's an Elevator Speech? Why is it important? Learn to be specific, memorable, and referable and meet ideal contacts with the Inspired Choice Elevator Speech Worksheet! Imagine this... You are standing in an elevator and someone gets in on the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2016 at How To Love Networking
As a recruiter, do you have a candidate you want to put forth to a hiring manager but they need a little polish? Does your candidate need help with interviewing, being concise, executive presence, conversational finesse? Get your candidate ready... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2016 at Inspired Choice
Just for you! In my work as a mindfulness coach and habit change coach, I am teaching and practicing the art of meditation as a total beginner. There is huge value even in 5 minutes from the stillness, quiet and solitude. If you are an overactive thinker, like me, have no fear. Even you can get benefit from doing your best to quiet your mind. This practice can increase your calm, tune up the volume on your intuition, and help you recalibrate your energy. This is GREAT for reducing the frenzy, flailing and overwhelm. Get re-centered and grounded. Bring yourself... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2016 at ExecuNet
I believe it is vital that we take moments away from the pressures of daily living. In order to: improve performance reduce stress be more resilient reduce overwhelm boost our emotional fitness and be present and discover hidden opportunities in our work and life we need to be more mindful, more accepting, more forgiving and more present! Here is a tool to help you be more mindful and refreshed in as little as 2 minutes! Go to http://www.donothingfor2minutes.com/ Take 5 deep breaths to take you out of your head and into your body Let go of whatever came before this... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2016 at ExecuNet
Would you like to reduce overwhelm and stress? Boost your emotional fitness? Uncover hidden opportunities? Try this mindfulness habit. I believe it is vital that we take moments away from the pressures of daily living. Stopping to B R E A T H E for even 2 minutes helps you: improve performance reduce stress be more resilient reduce overwhelm boost your emotional fitness and be present and discover hidden opportunities and better solutions in your work and life We need to be more mindful, more accepting, more forgiving and more present! Try this experiment to take you beyond what your... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2016 at ExecuNet
Mindfulness and self-awareness are age-old practices that can change your career or business. As an executive, you have so many competing priorities, work and life decisions and choices... at times is seems like a lot of noise. I'm here to share a habit I began in the summer of 2012 that has made a big impact in my life and that of my clients... MEDITATION! Now if you are thinking, "I can barely sit still for 5 minutes much less have a calm, quiet mind" you are speaking my language! I had the same thoughts and resistance for years. THEN...... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2016 at ExecuNet
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Sometimes you need a lot of help in your job search or finding career direction. Sometimes you only need a little. Wherever you are in the process, Gail can help and will meet you where you are! You may need to take your career into the shop for diagnostics and a complete overhaul. Maybe you just have a flat tire and need roadside assistance. Whether you are new to job search after 20+ years or re-evaluating your career direction, feel stuck, unmotivated or can't stay on track, Gail can provide guidance, training, support, accountability and inspiration to take brave action... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2016 at ExecuNet
Want to learn how to capture your past success stories for your resume, LinkedIn Profile, or interview? Follow the link to download the Inspired Choice Marketing Message Maker tool here: Marketing Message Maker Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2015 at ExecuNet
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Sometimes you need a lot of help in your job search or finding career direction. Sometimes you only need a little guidance. Wherever you are in the process, Gail can help and will meet you where you are! You may... Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2015 at Inspired Choice
Executives in Job Search--have a look at this great read on the topic "Retained Executive Search--How it Can Work for You". This event is hosted by a valuable LinkedIn group you may want to join for executive career support. It's call the Executive Suite LI Group run by ExecuNet. ****Chicago area executives can attend our next in-person ExecuNet facilitated networking meeting every 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month 4-6:30 pm. Details on our upcoming meetings can be found here: http://gailsussmanmiller.blogs.com/execunet/registration/ Click Here to View: Download RetainedExecutiveSearch-HowItCanWorkForYou Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2015 at ExecuNet
Interested and qualified individuals may confidentially e-mail resume in Word format to: karlsalmon@outlook.com Manufacturing Manager Position Summary Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Manager of Manufacturing is responsible for developing and leading a high caliber manufacturing team consisting of manufacturing supervisors, leads, process technicians, set-up technicians, material handlers and machine operators. The manager will oversee injection molding and packaging operations to ensure production schedules are met, costs are within budget, quality is maintained, morale is supported and associates are working in a safe manner. Major Responsibilities Staff, develop and manage a high quality team. Build a culture of excellence.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 18, 2015 at ExecuNet
Step into this picture for a moment… you are about to walk into a networking event, in a room filled mostly with strangers, to get a lead to that elusive ideal job you want. You are nervous. You are worried... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2015 at Inspired Choice
Mindfulness and self-awareness are age-old practices that can change your career or business. As an executive, you have so many competing priorities, work and life decisions and choices... at times is seems like a lot of noise. I'm here to share a 2-year habit that has made a big impact in my life and that of my clients... MEDITATION! Now if you are thinking, "I can barely sit still for 5 minutes much less have a calm, quiet mind" you are speaking my language! I had the same thoughts and resistance for years. THEN... I found Headspace. FINALLY! An answer... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2015 at ExecuNet
Mindfulness and self-awareness are age-old practices that can change your career or business. As an executive, you have so many competing priorities, work and life decisions and choices... at times is seems like a lot of noise. I'm here to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2015 at Inspired Choice
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Apr 20, 2015
On a 1-10 scale, where 10 is highest, how comfortable are you with asking for help in business? What if you could learn to ask for help with greater ease and boost your comfort by 1-5 points in one hour?!... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2014 at Inspired Choice
Typical Meeting Agenda 4:00 p.m. Light snack and informal networking 4:15 p.m. Announcements: job openings, landings 4:30 p.m. Tips, training or guest speaker 5:15 p.m. Structured, facilitated networking led by Gail 6:30 p.m. Exchange of contact information, leads and adjournment Structured Networking – We will begin with everyone sharing a 30-second elevator speech, working in pairs. Then everyone present will have a total of 2 m-3inutes’ (depending on the number of people present) to focus on you and your goals. Plan to spend 1-2 minutes answering the following questions and then allow 1-2 minutes for the group to respond and... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2014 at ExecuNet