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New! Work-Life Coaching Program

When it comes to keeping current, CPC is always a step ahead. Our newest program will help you enable clients to create sustainable and resilient careers in the new world of work. CPC recruited a team of talented professionals to develop and validate our new Certified Work-Life Strategist (CWS) designation and the associated Work-Life Coaching Certificate Course. We…

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Are You a Voice of Inspiration for Your Clients?

I was browsing through some good reads when I came across Voices of Inspiration: Real Life Wisdom for Living Your Best Life by Marlon Smith. The book is the third volume in the Success By Choice, Inc. series and was an Amazon #1 bestseller when it was published in 2015. What drew me to this book…

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Work-Life Balance is Possible: 10 Simple Strategies

A quote by Orison Swett Marden caught my eye the other day: “The golden opportunity you are seeking is in yourself. It is not in your environment; it is not in luck or chance, or the help of others; it is in yourself alone.” We often search for happiness externally, thinking that if we could…

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Bias is a Four-Letter Word

According to Psychology Today, a bias is a “tendency, inclination, or prejudice toward or against something or someone.” It is usually learned or developed through direct experience or conditioning. Some biases, though, are positive and helpful. For example, having a bias for only eating healthy food is a positive thing. But biases are often based on stereotypes, rather than…

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Congratulations to our 2020 Awards of Excellence Recipients!

It is my pleasure to announce Career Professionals of Canada’s 2020 Awards of Excellence Program recipients. This year’s competition proved rigorous, as always. A record 72 candidates were selected from all the submissions received. I’d like to offer special thanks to our 2020 team of judges who were presented with the difficult challenge of selecting the…

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Career Pros Share Résumé “No-No’s”

The impact of a good résumé is truly immeasurable and can translate into positive outcomes for job seekers, including shortened job searches, higher employment, or increased salaries. In comparison, the impact of a poorly written document containing résumé red flags can create results that are just the opposite: long, frustrating job searches, no interview calls, and a…

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