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  "Before" and "After" Resumes: What Makes the Difference?
by Robin Schlinger - Apr, 2016
Most people come to me with a resume already written. It may be 15 or 20 years old—unused while they built their career in a single company—or it may be their first attempt at a resume. In any case, they have put words on paper to describe their careers. These are the “before” resumes. What do I do that makes them “after” resumes? First, most “before” resumes do not stress accomplishments. They are task oriented: “I did thi...
 
  12 Tips for a Winning Interview, Part 1
by Thea Kelley - Apr, 2016
Preparing for job interviews? Let's assume you need no advice about grooming, being punctual or turning off your cell phone. Beyond those basics, here are the main things you need to do: 1. Study up, don't just wing it. Prepare well in advance, as soon as you start your job search. Review typical interview questions you find on the internet, as well as questions you can anticipate by looking at job postings, and plan your a...
 
  The Top 10 Things People Want In Life But Just Can't Figure Out How To Get
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
This winter, I conducted a survey to my awesome community probing a number of critical life and career questions. 700 people have responded so far, and their answers have been fascinating to read. It’s not that I don’t ask these questions of my clients and my course members – I do. But what’s so intriguing to me is that it’s becoming more and more obvious that the things we humans desperately long for today are not only univer...
 
  10 Interview Questions to Assess the Boss
by Thea Kelley - Apr, 2016
The #1 reason people quit jobs is their boss. So in your job interviews you need to interview your prospective manager and get a feel for whether you'll like working with him or her. How can you do that effectively? It's fine to ask "What is your management style?," but the answer won't tell you the whole story. Here are 10 good questions to ask at interviews to dig a bit deeper. Use your best judgment in deciding whi...
 
  Bimodal IT: A Good or Bad Idea?
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
It’s not easy to be an IT department in 2016, but is bimodal IT the answer? That depends on who you ask. Just when enterprises were starting to figure out their IT infrastructures, along came a slew of connected digital technologies including cloud and mobile computing, big data, and agile development. Before, it was acceptable for constituents to wait a long time for IT to solve a problem. Suddenly, it wasn’t – and IT...
 
  Hey HR, Can You Really Be Effective Internal Coaches?
by Marshall Goldsmith - Apr, 2016
Can internal HR professionals do an effective job of coaching leaders? Definitely. Will most internal HR coaches be effective in coaching leaders? Maybe. My friend, Linda Sharkey, did some outstanding research on internal HR coaching when she was at GE Capital a few years ago. The findings were very clear: Not only could internal coaches do as good a job as external coaches, internal coaches often did a better job than e...
 
  How To Recover From A Major Work Fail
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2016
It happens to everyone. Without fail. The #workfail. In a recent post on soft skills, I shared why it’s so important to own up to a mistake at work. In my experience, other people remember how you handle a mistake, not the fact that you messed up. ‘Fessing up fast, resisting finger-pointing, and fixing your errors are key. Everyone makes mistakes. Keep reading for more in-depth advice on how to clean up your messes and m...
 
  Who's Reading Your Social Media Profiles
by Debra Wheatman - Apr, 2016
A recent LinkedIn survey of 4,000 talent recruiting decision makers spanning 31 countries revealed some interesting statistics concerning the use of social media as part of the candidate recruiting and screening process. The following are a few highlights of the report by LinkedIn. - 55% of surveyed recruiters admit to reconsidering a candidate after viewing the candidate’s social media profile. - 93% of recruiters conside...
 
  Your Resume Should be Written as a Story
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2016
1. Your Resume Should be Written as a Story What does this mean, really, to write a story? Does it mean something like: ‘Once upon a time I was a receptionist at a telecom company before finding my breakthrough sales role that led to my rise to senior management?’ Well, yes, sort of. But what really makes a story sing are the obstacles, winding roads, storms and even battles that you encounter along the way to success...
 
  Midlife can be a peak phase. It's about renewal and purpose.
by Beverly Jones - Apr, 2016
In "Life Reimagined - The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife," NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty shares the story of her own middle age challenges. She writes with humor and honesty about her concerns about aging and her efforts to rethink her career. And at the same time she takes a deep dive into cutting-edge research that could change how you think about life for people in their 40's, 50's and beyond. After int...
 
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