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Terry Pile

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We also created CCM based on an 'extravagant' service model. We know from our executive coaching experience that two sets of eyes see more than one and hence we do most of our work with clients with 2 consultants in the room. Utilising complementary skills, ap... more

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Employment History

Educator In the Public Schools and Marketing and Public Relations Executive

Ogilvy & Mather


Educator In the Public Schools and Marketing and Public Relations Executive

Valley Medical Center


Affiliations

National Career Development Association

Member


Association for Training and Development

Member


Society for Human Resource Managers

Member


Education

Master's degree

Education

Indiana University


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CAREER ADVISORS

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Terry Pile, GCDF
TERRY PILE, Principal/Senior Consultant Terry is a solutions-oriented career development professional specializing in career transition, outplacement, and workforce development. She has over twenty years of experience in corporate, government, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings. An innovative trainer and empathic coach, Terry's areas of effectiveness include working with individuals to identify their strengths and passions and develop a career destiny within their current company or for future employment. Prior to career counseling, Terry was an educator in the public schools and marketing/public relations executive for Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide and Valley Medical Center. She has combined her love of teaching with her creativity in marketing to teach people to market themselves. Terry has a Master's degree in Education from Indiana University and a certificate in Career Development from the University of Washington. She is certified by the Center for Credentialing and Education as a Global Career Development Facilitator(GCDF). She is qualified, by the Association of Psychological Type, to administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory and other assessment tools. Frequently invited to speak at association workshops and conferences, Terry is the author of numerous articles and e-books on career issues.


CAREER ADVISORS

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Terry Pile, GCDF TERRY PILE, Principal/Senior ConsultantTerry is a solutions-oriented career development professional specializing in career transition, outplacement, and workforce development.She has over twenty years of experience in corporate, government, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings.An innovative trainer and empathic coach, Terry's areas of effectiveness include working with individuals to identify their strengths and passions and develop a career destiny within their current company or for future employment.Prior to career counseling, Terry was an educator in the public schools and marketing/public relations executive for Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide and Valley Medical Center.She has combined her love of teaching with her creativity in marketing to teach people to market themselves.Terry has a Master's degree in Education from Indiana University and a certificate in Career Development from the University of Washington.She is certified by the Center for Credentialing and Education as a Global Career Development Facilitator(GCDF).A former Lee Hecht Harrison consultant, Terry also consults for REA Career Services, The Janus Group and the Five O'clock Club.She is qualified, by the Association of Psychological Type, to administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory and other assessment tools.Frequently invited to speak at association workshops and conferences, Terry publishes a monthly column "On Careers" in the Mercer Island Reporter.


A Strategy to Win the Talent War - Global Business News

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Terry Pile
REA Career ConsultantWhen Don Fisch told his wife Susan of an opportunity with a large technology company in the United Kingdom, her response was a mixture of joy and concern. Terry Pile is a career consultant for Ricklin-Echikson Associates (REA), a global human resources consulting firm specializing in partner assistance services for relocating families. She also is president of Career Advisors, providing career transition and outplacement services to individuals and small businesses. www.careeradvisorsonline.com.


Jurupa - EMEA technology recruitment specialists | 7 things you should never do during an interview

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"Your interest should be about the job and what your responsibilities will be," says Terry Pile, Principal Consultant of Career Advisors.


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Instead you should be selling yourself as to why the company can't live without you."Your interest should be about the job and what your responsibilities will be," says Terry Pile, Principal Consultant of Career Advisors.
"Talk about the skills you don't have that will add value, but aren't required for the job," says Pile.


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