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  Job-Search Analysis: Learn How to Job-Search like a Professional!
by Sharon Cohen - Aug, 2015
This week, I presented a webinar for business professionals on "How to Access the Hidden Job market." Within a few minutes of the presentation, I realized that there was a high level of frustration and discouragement with job search. So, I decided to take this webinar back to it's roots. I offered to do a live demonstration of a Job-Search Analysis and open the job search process to the group. Two of the webinar attendees...
 
  Why Interviews are Just Like Texas Hold 'Em Poker: Strategic Moves!
by Sharon Cohen - Aug, 2015
Strategic Moves! •Learn how to work with the cards you've been dealt. •Consider 'future cards' and future opportunities •Placing bets: what are your odds? •Survive multiple rounds and multiple interviews to get to the finish line and the job offer! Let's begin from the "flop." From the flop on, betting begins with the player to the dealer’s left, who can check or bet. When the employer has narrowed down the i...
 
  Resume Tips III: Balancing Accomplishments with Reality
by Robin Schlinger - Aug, 2015
I know that we all face contradictory feelings about our accomplishments: sometimes we boast about them and sometimes we hide them; sometimes we are annoyed because no one recognizes them and sometimes we demand recognition we barely deserve. Those contradictory sentiments often show up in the resumes that job applicants bring to me for my professional review and rewrite. A recent college graduate started out his resume...
 
  Do What You Love and the Money Will Come
by Mary V. Davids - Aug, 2015
I often ask my clients “What would you do for free?” before we begin our career coaching sessions. I’ve found that most people pick careers based on the probability of money being made. But it isn’t until we exclude the benefit of money that we begin to sincerely discover what we naturally love. Understanding this is like finding a golden nugget in the deepest darkest cave or seeing the sparkle of a rare diamond you have waite...
 
  If You Want to Get Ahead, Stop Talking!
by Bernie Frazier - Aug, 2015
Like all of you, I have interacted with thousands of people over the years. Having spent 25 years in recruiting and most of that time in Human Resources, my numbers are probably higher than most. I can’t tell you how many of them were bored, burned out, frustrated and wanted more from their career. They talked about it all the time. There was just one problem – all they did was talk about it. There was very little (or ver...
 
  Market Your Skills for a Second Income
by Rowe Leathers - Aug, 2015
I am an enthusiastic believer in volunteering as the best way to gain experience in a new field. However, as some have pointed out, those with busy schedules and tight budgets rarely have free time to give away. For many, the little time that can be carved out needs to be utilized to earn additional income. If you are one of the many who would welcome a second income, it may be a good time to assess your knowledge and talen...
 
  The LinkedIn Summary Dilemma: Use "I" or Not?
by Jean Cummings - Aug, 2015
LinkedIn profile writing is a challenge. And there are ways in which the LinkedIn profile summary section is still the Wild West. The LI summary is a blank page only restricted by the 2000 character limit. There are no requirements for anything in particular, such as listing your jobs and dates. So why is it important to worry about this? And what should you do? People know that LI is the premier business networking site. I...
 
  Three Ways to Slam Dunk on Your Next Interview
by Mary V. Davids - Aug, 2015
Interviewing can be a stressful process, but if you prepare for the good and the bad, you will have full control of the process and not allow it to have control of you. Once you have received an invitation to talk more about your potential value to an organization, you are half way there. It then is up to you to do the rest. 1.Don’t overlook the receptionist. In a past post I explained the importance of a receptionist. The...
 
  Why Having a Mission Statement for Your Social Media Mission Can Help
by Tiffany Young - Aug, 2015
Mission statements may seem overused and irrelevant in the grand scheme of things, but a well-crafted one can communicate to your audience your purpose and why they should care. This is also true when considering having a social media presence for business and personal. Ask yourself, “Why am I on social media?” If you’re like most people who joined social media because their high school and college friends did, then you pro...
 
  3 Ways to Plot a New Career Change
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Aug, 2015
Does the following sound like something you've said? I want to change jobs or industries but I don’t want to take a cut in pay. I want to move to a different part of the country – or world – but I refuse to pay for relocation. I want to improve my circumstances, but I don't want it to be uncomfortable, or hard. I know I'm smart, have proven myself and have a lot to offer, so changing my job, and my life, shouldn't be that d...
 
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