Built from over 20 years in Tech and my love of the Agile Manifesto, I designed this tech career advice framework just for you. Wherever you are in your career, you will move forward.
If you look at any mogul or Fortune 500, they diversify their revenue streams.
Like diversifying investments, my most successful friends and I found the most success in our careers when we diversified our industries, fields, skills, and experiences.
Employers want diverse thoughts, opinions, and ideas.
When the Internet took over the job search process about 15 years ago, companies tried to adapt, but many are still out of touch and out of date.
This has resulted in a tangled mess of old (cover letters) and new (AI-driven applicant tracking systems). With national and even global competition for the same jobs, working through all of this is a full-time job on its own.
I’ll share some of my best advice on how to excel at finding the right career so that you can start moving forward.Get Cathryn's Guide to Getting Hired in 2021
Now that you’ve landed a job, how do you make the most of it? How do you overcome the things that you can’t control?
As a female BIPOC that started working in tech in the late ’90s, I’ve discovered strategies and techniques for making lasting impressions on my colleagues, the companies I work for, and industry influencers.
Let me share some of these with you so that we can all rise together.iCathryn's Guide to Standing Out
Eventually, and ideally every few years, you will find yourself outgrowing your current role. Often, the only way to advance further is to switch companies, and maybe even to switch fields.
I believe that only you can manage your career path (certainly not the manager at your current role!), but I can help guide you with ideas and inspiration to take the next step in your career journey.
If it’s a higher salary, a better working environment, or just a change of scenery, I have the techniques to get to where you want to be.See How Far You Can Go