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Career Tools

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Career Tools is a weekly podcast focused on specific actions you can take to grow and enhance your career, whether you are a manager or not. Career Tools won the Podcast Awards Best Business podcast in 2010 and was nominated every other year it has been eligible. Whether you are interested in jump-starting a stalled career, or sharpening your edge, Career Tools is the podcast for you. Go to to read what others are saying about the impact Career Tools has had on their careers and lives.


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Latest Episodes

Part 1 of our guidance on what, exactly, work product is.

27 hours ago

Our guidance on asking for help from your manager.

8 days ago

Part 3 of our guidance on what to do when your manager makes a bad decision.

15 days ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 579 ratings
  • Good content, but painful to listen to

    I’ve enjoyed listening for the content but what is up with the hosts talking as if people are stupid and they know everything? I get your educating people but you know the content inside out because duh, you’re reading off notes. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States21 days ago
  • Greate site

    Florance Bennett
    2 months ago
  • When writing a teacher resume, it is important to highlight your educational background, certifications, and relevant teaching experience. Be sure to include specific details such as the grade levels you've taught, any specialized curriculum you're familiar with, and any notable accomplishments or projects you've undertaken.

    Emma Brown
    3 months ago
  • Career advice that may have been useful in the 80’s

    Bloated episodes that contain maybe one sentence worth of actual “content” that boils down to generic advice that may be obtained at a university career center. The hosts seem out of touch, particularly with tech hiring and interviewing, and frequently mix up tech roles, which doesn’t inspire confidence. Got tired of listening to them laugh at their own jokes. One wonders how far they would get out in the corporate world.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Expert advice and insight for a constantly changing world

    Mark and Michael clearly understand the value of communication when it comes to running a successful business. This podcast is for you if you are looking for specific actions you can take to grow your career.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago

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