Sarah Hathorn featured on Metro

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January 11, 2012

3 Career Resolutions for 2012 “First off, understand what it is that you want to accomplish. “Who do you want to be in 2012?” asks Sarah Hathorn, CEO and founder of Illustra Consulting. “Get crystal clear on your career goals. Challenge yourself to renew and recreate yourself in a way that capitalizes on your talent…

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Sarah Hathorn featured in Management Today Magazine

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July 1, 2011

Fonts of WisdomMentoring is one of the most important things you do as a leader “I think you cannot lead without teaching,” says Sarah Hathorn, CEO of Illustra Consulting and a former Macy’s executive. “If you don’t have a mentor, you’re cheating yourself out of a great opportunity” Read the entire article (PDF) 1.4 MB

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Sarah Hathorn featured on CareerBuilder.com

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June 7, 2011

“I challenge people to keep asking questions on various topics until they find a common interest. I’ve personally done this and found people who attended the same university, from the same home town or like to vacation in the same type of relaxing vacations. This is how to build a professional network that can lead…

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Sarah Hathorn featured on BenefitsPro.com

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June 6, 2011

The advantages of overqualified employees Employees can benefit, too Sarah Hathorn, CEO of Illustra Consulting and the creator of the Predictable Promotion System™ says overqualified employees should also look at their situation with a different perspective. Underemployed employees are actually in a position of strength, not weakness, Hathorn says, and realizing that will help counteract…

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Sarah Hathorn featured on MSN.com

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June 3, 2011

How to Silence Your Inner Critic Paper tiger: Some people find that the best way to attack a negative thought is to write it down. Applying the rational strategy mentioned earlier, corporate performance coach Sarah Hathorn, CEO of Illustra Consulting, recommends that you, “Write down a list of at least five reasons why there is…

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Sarah Hathorn featured in the New York Times.

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May 8, 2011

Sarah Hathorn featured in the May 8th, 2011 edition of the New York Times. Overqualified? Don’t Be Overwrought Consider that because you’re overqualified, you may be able to learn or do things on the job that might not have been possible in a more demanding position, says Sarah Hathorn, a career acceleration coach and chief…

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