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  Sales and Communications: 16 Bad Habits You Can Change
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2013
Creating a positive experience for customers is every employee’s job, including those who work outside the sales department. Unfortunately, training often overlooks key interpersonal skills for influencing others. Workers at all levels fail to understand that: Customer expectations for the sales experience have increased. Customers enjoy a broader, more competitive selection of products and services. There is often...
 
  Why It’s Important to Have Branded, Coordinated Job Search Materials
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2013
Do you want your resume, cover letter, and biography to look disheveled or professional and well-prepared? These documents are a reflection of you as a candidate—and as such, how you present yourself is important to how you’re perceived as a potential employee. Therefore, having documents that don’t match in style, format, design, or branding can really portray you as unorganized, not very detail-oriented, and lackluster. Howe...
 
  Career Success Elusive? No Complaints, Please
by Georgia Adamson - Jan, 2013
If you have yet to capture the career success you dream of, stop to think before you complain about that. This is not to suggest that you are a complainer or that you complain without reason. However, please bear with me, because I do have a point I want to get across here. No one would describe me as a sports fan, and because I tend not to follow sports events closely, I often miss some amazing stories. When someone bring...
 
  How to answer weird interview questions
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
If your interviewer asks you a question that is out of the world, how should you reply? Most employers don¡¯t ask crazy interview questions like these, but it¡¯s a good idea to prepare for how you¡¯d address them, just in case. These strategies will help you answer any oddball interview question. 1. Never question the value of the inquiry itself. If you say, ¡°What does this have to do with the job?¡± you might as well...
 
  Five Keys To Developing Your Personal Brand Story
by Walter Akana - Jan, 2013
Perhaps the most important lesson of my life is this: there is a big difference between being alive and truly living ... I started my career working my way up the corporate rungs … Yet, I was missing work and life balance. So, I transferred to Boulder…. [and] joined the Colorado Mountain Club where I discovered my bliss! The moment I touched the rock I knew I would spend my life climbing

. I scaled 22,494 foot Ama...
 
  Crazy questions you could be asked at an interview
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
“If you were to get rid of one state in the U.S., which would it be and why?” What would you say if an interviewer asked you such an off-the-wall question? Forrester Research asked this of a candidate for a research associate position; it’s No. 1 on Glassdoor.com’s list of “Top 25 Oddball Interview Questions for 2013.” Glassdoor compiled these questions from the tens of thousands of interview questions job candidates share...
 
  What Recruiters Look For in a Cover Letter
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2013
Capturing the attention of a recruiter with your cover letter is challenging to say the least. It is common knowledge that cover letters need to be customized for each position. But what details do recruiters really want to read in a cover letter? What format do they like best? Customize A cover letter should indicate that you are familiar with the company, and/or job, and show how you would be a great fit. Include som...
 
  Don’t let bad credit get in the way of your job search
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2013
I was recently honored to be featured in this US News article, How to Convince a Prospective Employer to Overlook Poor Credit. There are many obstacles people have to overcome when applying for job search and bad credit is a common concern among job seekers. A potential employer cannot check it without your consent, but this could be seen as a red flag and decrease your chances of getting hired. You’re better off consentin...
 
  3 Ways to Draw Industry Specific Terminology on Your Resume
by Debra Ann Matthews - Jan, 2013
Believe it or not, some people are so proficient at their jobs, that they can’t tell you what they do for a living. These people (many of my clients get so frustrated when I simply ask them to tell me what they do). The reason that it is important to verbally communicate your skills and accomplishments is that it helps your supervisor, the HR representative or hiring personnel to see your value. Once the value of your ability...
 
  7 of the Most Overused Resume Words and Phrases of 2012
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2013
Let’s lay to rest the worn out, tired resume words and phrases that every job seeker seemed to utilize in 2012. Be sure when you’re getting your resume together for your 2013 job search that you avoid these generic, vague terms that make you sound just like everyone else versus someone who stands out from the crowd. Accomplished — Rather than saying you’re accomplished, use quantifiable examples throughout the resume to sh...
 
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