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  Make A Plan For Your Job Hunt
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2010
Today, I spoke to a client. He mentioned that, since he had decided to hire me and we had a plan in place to move forward, he felt much better about his job search plans and not so hurried or hectic. I told him I thought that was a great topic for a blog post! Do you find that just having a plan makes it easier to think about a big task? Sometimes, making the plan work involves partnering with an expert. I am a big proponen...
  10 Psychological Tips to Ace your Next Interview!
by Sharon Cohen - Jun, 2010
• Do your dread interview questions? • Never get call-backs for the 2nd Interviews? • Want to Increase your Interview Success? The Psychology behind the interview process is both complex and fascinating. If understood and used correctly, it can add a tremendous boost for job-seekers. As a Career Management Professional, my role is that of a go-between who mediates between the employers and candidates. I'd like to share wh...
  Don’t Go it Alone, Prosper with Partners - Five Tips
by Bernadette Boas - Jun, 2010
I just returned from an early morning partner referral meeting; and when I got back to my desk (currently a library table/chair) I looked over the notes I took, the thank you’s and leads that I was given or provided and I was so appreciative of having that group of people around me - supporting, motivating, counseling, and challenging me. Though I am a solopreneur myself with a part time contract assistant, my own business...
  Want to Sell Your Ideas? Go Back to the Basics Of Effective Communications
by Beverly Jones - Jun, 2010
If you are a professional, chances are that communicating ideas is an important part of your job. Whether you are speaking to a single colleague or planning a major campaign, your success may depend on your ability to communicate in a persuasive way. And even beyond your career, your ability to be convincing can impact your opportunities for leadership and success in many areas of your life. Whenever you are planning a com...
  Resume Writing Professional: Are You Going To Pay An Arm And A Leg For A Resume?
by Patricia Erickson - Jun, 2010
If you’re in the market for a new resume or CV, read on. I want to talk about a something very important – especially in this economy. Do your due diligence if you are going to have your resume written by a professional. Do you know that some people pay nearly a thousand dollars for an executive level resume or CV? Many times large resume writing firms charge upward of a thousand dollars for a resume and cover letter. The f...
  Resume Writing: How To Write An Interview Winning Job Description
by Patricia Erickson - Jun, 2010
If you have ever sat down and attempted to write your own resume, you know it can be extremely intimidating. Sure, you can talk about what you do and describe your job to your friends, but putting it on paper can get tricky. Here are some tips to help you to get started. First, what type of job is it that you are seeking? Your resume should be written with the job you want in mind. Think about your current and past experie...
  Resume Writing: Learn How To Write A Killer Summary
by Patricia Erickson - Jun, 2010
It is probably pretty obvious that in the current economic market employers don’t have lots of time to dedicate to reading resumes. Nowadays, they get high volume responses to even the lowest level jobs. It makes sense that employers will seek out only well written resumes. They will eliminate applicants based on substandard content and appearance. Obviously, now is the time to have a standout resume. You can do that easily...
  The 4 Types of Resumes
by Thomas J. Denham - Jun, 2010
A resume is a critical component in the job search, but choosing the most appropriate format to sell your background can be a real challenge. First, carefully analyze the job opening and then approach the process from the hiring manager’s perspective to determine what style is best. 1. Chronological – This is the most traditional, popular and preferred style of resume writing where the education and experience are listed i...
  What To Say In Your Thank You Letter Besides – Thank You!
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Jun, 2010
Have you ever felt frustrated after an interview? Sure you have! I know you’ve mentally gone over your interview answers remember what you DID NOT say and you realize you missed an opportunity to REINFORCE your candidacy. Well, this is why you write a strategic Thank You letter, which will position you back in the “game.” Of course, it all depends on how badly you’ve screwed things up. Sometimes, there is no backp...
  Beware of “Bring Me Another Rock” Managers! Clarify Direction. Provoke Decisions.
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2010
They make us think we’re the problem. We produce work our managers assign and they throw it back. “Revise this,” they say. “What am I missing?” we ask. “It doesn’t quite address the issues,” they answer. “When it’s right, I’ll know it.” We go back to our desks deflated, believing that somehow we’re just not grasping things. We still don’t have a clear idea of how to “fix” anything. We start to worry that our caree...
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