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  Keeping Your Spirits Up During An Extended Job Search
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
I read an article this week that stated the average job search is said to be a whopping 10 months! I guess that extended the last estimate I heard which was around 6-9 months. Seems that now more than ever patience is far more than a virtue—it is a must! As a job seeker, I encourage you to stay positive while on the hunt to avoid losing belief in your talents as a professional. Here are four great ways to do just that:...
 
  Putting Off Working On Your Resume? Why That’s A Really Bad Idea
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
If you are currently employed and only considering looking into other opportunities passively – or if you’re waiting to go back to work until the end of the summer my one piece of advice to you today is do NOT put off working on your resume! With the summer upon us and the upcoming Holiday weekend you may be tempted to work on your tan and practice your grilling skills. I’m not suggesting you spend your July 4th working on you...
 
  What Your Body Language Is Saying During the Interview
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
First impressions mean everything when job seeking. Your resume makes the ultimate first impression since it introduces you and your skills to a prospective employer. If your resume makes the impression you hoped for, then you’ll be called in for an interview where you’ll now need to make your first in-person impression. What many job seekers don’t realize is that although providing the right answers is important, your ti...
 
  Why Writing Targeted Resumes Is More Critical Than You Think
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
When applying for a job, you are immediately handed the responsibility of proving you’re the best candidate, which can be challenging if you can’t provide examples showing that this is indeed a fact. A great way to show your worth is by focusing on what the employer needs most from the candidate who will fill the position, then writing a targeted resume that addresses those needs specifically. Targeting Your Resume Proves...
 
  Advantages of Hiring First Generation American Workers
by Kathy Bornheimer - Jul, 2011
With the increase of immigration into the United States comes the increase in the children of this generation. This future workforce will eventually become the current workforce. The three highest groups of immigrants are Hispanic, Middle Eastern and Asian populations. The immigrant generation settles into a community and offers work skills that are needed, as well as contributing to that area socially and culturally. The...
 
  7 Tips for Collaborative Leadership – Connecting High Performance Teams
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jul, 2011
I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients – the president of a professional services firm. We talked about how some members of his leadership team didn’t share information throughout the organization. They lacked social intelligence and the motivation to connect with people unlike themselves. In our increasingly connected business and social world as evidenced by social media and g...
 
  Brand New You
by Valerie Sokolosky - Jul, 2011
It’s not your imagination - the job market is more demanding, more competitive and more challenging. So what makes you different and more valuable than everyone else who does what you do? Where is your additional edge, above and beyond the traditional things on your resume? It’s your authentic personal brand. You ARE your “brand,” whether you consciously manage it or not. Now more than ever, by not managing it, you are deny...
 
  Could Your Interview Style Use a Seven Second Delay?
by Barbara Safani - Jul, 2011
Time magazine editor-at-large and MSNBC analyst Marc Halperin, botched an interview yesterday on Morning Joe when he made a derogatory remark about President Obama during a discussion about Obama’s press conference earlier this week. Halperin thought he could say what he was really thinking about the president and his speech and “take it back” at the same time because of the network’s 7 second delay. But that was not the case...
 
  Five Tips for Selecting an HR Consultant
by Mary G. White - Jul, 2011
Are you thinking about enlisting the services of an HR consultant? Whether you need professional assistance creating an employee manual, if you are seeking guidance regarding how to handle the difficult employee issues that arise from time to time or if you are in need of some other type of employee relations assistance, it’s important to choose a skilled professional with the expertise and knowledge necessary to provide you w...
 
  How to Create Collaborative Business Teams - The 3:1 Positivity Ratio
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jul, 2011
I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients – the president of a professional services firm. My executive coaching client and I discussed how firm leaders could create a more positive work culture. I am coaching my client on to help firm team leaders become more positive, and change how their business teams think and act to create a more positive and productive culture. The positi...
 
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