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  Steal-Worthy Networking Ideas
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2015
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Most of us have heard this career advice, but it is true that who you know can help propel your career. Whether it’s someone you meet at an industry event, an informational interview or a new friend at the juice bar, being a savvy networker can pay dividends for your career. Keep reading for great advice on networking for millennials – or professionals at any stage of their career....
 
  Contacting agency recruiters only when you need a job? That is not networking.
by Sherri Edwards - Nov, 2015
Recently I read a “success story” written by someone who was very proud of their networking efforts to get a new job. They had simply sent their resume to a handful of recruiters and waited to see what came back. In a matter of weeks, an interview was arranged and they accepted a contract position. The problem is that they had not learned much about the company in advance of the interview and only knew what the company’s websi...
 
  Do I have to use LinkedIn in my job search?
by Stacey Lane - Nov, 2015
No. You don’t have to use LinkedIn – nor do you have to have a resume or do any networking. But would you ever attempt to be in a serious job search without a great resume and tapping into your professional network? Probably not. So why, in 2015, would you attempt a job search without leveraging LinkedIn? Here are some interesting stats about how 10,000 professionals who recently changed jobs did it. But back to using L...
 
  Employment therapy Rᵪ
by Sherri Edwards - Nov, 2015
When one of my clients strays from the plan we have set forth, the fallout might be a frantic email asking what they should do because a situation has started to go south. It’s my job to help them dig their way out of whatever they got themselves into. It won’t work to tell them to “Take two aspirin and call me in the morning.” I need to be there with a safety net, a remedy, and sometimes a crystal ball. In addition to assi...
 
  How long will my job search take?
by Stacey Lane - Nov, 2015
When I get asked by my clients how long their job search will be, I give them my general rule: “It will take longer than you think it should, even when the job market is humming along.” Your timeline isn’t necessarily in sync with hiring timelines, nor can you predict when the “right fit” job will come along. You may even base your time estimate on how long it took you back in 2009 when you were last looking. Throw those old...
 
  3-Part Strategy To Beat Your Competition To The Job
by Louise Garver - Nov, 2015
The statistics prove the results – more than 75% of jobs are filled before they are formally advertised. At one time or another you may have even experienced finding a job through a resource other than by submitting your resume to a job board for an advertised position. Executives have all heard about the hidden job market, back door career opportunities, or whatever you want to label it. But do you know how effective caree...
 
  6 Ways You Can Stop Being a People Pleaser (That Don’t Involve Shouting “No!”)
by Melody Wilding - Nov, 2015
Has anyone ever accused you of being a people pleaser at work? You might have felt put off, thinking, “Yeah, I like making sure everyone in the office is happy. What’s wrong with that?” The answer? Nothing. It’s admirable to be a pleasant co-worker and a leader who helps others be successful. In fact, individuals labeled as “people pleasers” are often kind and have honorable intentions. They usually accept heavier workloads...
 
  Can Your Brand Survive Career Shifts?
by Abby Locke - Nov, 2015
Today America is in suspense along with thousands of federal employees and government contractors on the passing of the budget. Any shutdown to government operations has hard-hitting impact to the economy...but without getting into a political discussion, I want to address how vulnerable ALL of our career are to unexpected changes and setbacks. If you have been following me long enough, you know that I am a big proponet...
 
  Executive Phone Interview? 10 Important Techniques to Land the Offer
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
Executive phone interviews are very different from an in-person or video interview and pose special challenges. When the job position you want is on the line, you need to know how to make the right impression. Employment interviews take place in person, via webcam, and on the telephone. The big difference for a telephone interview is the lack of your ability to see, or telegraph, important nonverbal cues. To some, a tele...
 
  LinkedIn Referrals: One More Reason To Properly Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
LinkedIn announced the rollout of LinkedIn Referrals this week. LinkedIn Referrals, which is being called the next generation of LinkedIn Recruiter, is where recruiters use profiles of their superstar managers and employees to find other applicants with similar traits and expertise to add to the rock star employee roster. So instead of trying to write a candidate profile or job description to capture the essence of that top no...
 
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