Career Concepts Inc. And Your Career
Why do some people seem to find the perfect career, while others struggle through a series of unsuccessful jobs? Thousands of positions go unfilled because qualified and capable individuals do not know how to conduct a successful career search. At Career Concepts, Inc., we have the answer; after all, we’re the experts in career marketing and management for mid- to upper-salary range professionals.
Career Concepts, Inc. is a full service, certified career management and development firm. Founded in 1998 by Marlene Wallace, Career Concepts, Inc. has local, regional and national capabilities and scope.
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Workers without bachelor degrees can still earn six figures Check out some of the sample openings available to our clients. Or, complete the career assessment form to receive a free evaluation and more information. Review our list of networking organizations and read our great collection of career related articles. Then, see what the local media are saying about us. Our team is comprised of a highly credentialed and dedicated group of seasoned professionals that includes executives, management consultants, high-ranking military personnel, human resource specialists, as well as entrepreneurs who have previously built their own successful organizations. This broad blend of superior talent from a cross-section of business and industry coupled with our collaborative “team approach” to each client’s campaign, enables us to better serve our clients in identifying and maximizing their career goals. Our team of dedicated professionals is standing by; ready to meet your individual needs and requirements and to help you make that major move that needs to happen for you now. Learn more about Marlene Wallace and Career Concepts, Inc. Please feel free to contact us or send us your resume.
“Being on the same page is critical. Discuss 1. Situational diagnosis: (Is it a turnaround or a realignment? (There are) different strategies for each. 2. Expectations: Clarify your needs, short medium and long term. 3. Style: Establish your preference in communication: face-to-face, phone or email? And how often? 4. Give a list of peripheral people outside your group he or she needs to know to create coalitions.” – Marlene Wallace
Birmingham Business Journal: July 12, 2013