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About Jeff Henning

Jeff Henning is a business leader and educator in Southern California. He is the father of 10 daughters. His expertise is in creating meaningful change within a business to drive results focused upon people, profits and planet. Jeff is the founder of Square Peg http://www.nosquarepegs.com, an organization that recognizes the tremendous challenge Baby Boomers face while attempting to reinvent themselves in the new career landscape.
Latest Posts | By Jeff Henning
Looking for a Job After 60? Here’s the Top 10 List of Interview Prep Techniques
3 months ago

Looking for a Job After 60? Here’s the Top 10 List of Interview Prep Techniques

If you are going to be interviewing for a job or a position that you really want, here are 10 things you can do to walk in prepared to win. Read More

Looking for Job After 50? Here’s How to Make Your Resume Stand Out
5 months ago

Looking for Job After 50? Here’s How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

Thought that you were done writing when you finished your resume? Unfortunately, you must think again about that one. Read More

Am I Ready for Retirement? Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?
6 months ago

Am I Ready for Retirement? Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

Maybe I Should Use a Recruiter?

Deep into your job search, it becomes critical to use every asset available to you. One of the bridges you’ll most likely approach will have you cross over to the dark side. Read More

Staying Connected After 60: To Network or Not to Network… It’s Not Even a Question!
7 months ago

Staying Connected After 60: To Network or Not to Network… It’s Not Even a Question!

Before we explore some elements of successful networking, let’s get the obvious out on the table. Read More

Common Resume and Interview Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make in Your 60s
9 months ago

Common Resume and Interview Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make in Your 60s

Imagine how many candidates are reviewed by recruiters and hiring managers annually. Now, imagine how many of them bring their biggest personality quirks and issues into the room. This happens at the resume and cover letter stage and most often in the interview meeting, if you got one. Read More

Finding a Job After 60: How to Write a Cover Letter that Helps You Stand Out
10 months ago

Finding a Job After 60: How to Write a Cover Letter that Helps You Stand Out

Thought that you were done writing when you finished your resume? Unfortunately, you have to think again about that one. Read More

Job Interview Tips for Older Women: 10 Ways to Be Unforgettable
12 months ago

Job Interview Tips for Older Women: 10 Ways to Be Unforgettable

You’ve been invited to an interview and know that you’ll get just one shot at winning the position behind it. How do you plan for success? Read More

6 Powerful Ways to Communicate Without Saying Anything
1 year ago

6 Powerful Ways to Communicate Without Saying Anything

By  •  Lifestyle

One of the most powerful methods of communicating with one another is a through non-verbal language. Read More

Looking for a New Job After 60? You Can’t Always Get What You Want!
1 year ago

Looking for a New Job After 60? You Can’t Always Get What You Want!

After losing a job, it seems that everyone has somewhere to go each day but us. Driving next to others, they seem like they are on a mission to get to work to perform a job that we no longer have. Why them and not me, we would ask? Read More

Finding Work After 50 Takes Action! Here’s How to Get Started
1 year ago

Finding Work After 50 Takes Action! Here’s How to Get Started

After we lose a job, it seems that everyone has somewhere to go each day but us. Driving next to others, they appear to be on a mission to get to work to perform a job that we don’t have. “Why them and not me,” we would ask. Read More