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  3 Things Everyone Should Know for Job Interviews
by Rich Jones - Dec, 2012
Applying for jobs in a down economy has to be one of the least enjoyable tasks out there. You know you’re competing against the world. You’re praying that your résumé is optimized to appease the Applicant Tracking System gods. And once you’ve looked for a little while with minimal results, you get discouraged. Then one day you get an email from a recruiter who wants to set up an interview. You’re elated until you find out...
 
  What Does Your Boss’ Desk Say About His Work Style?
by Barbara Safani - Dec, 2012
Understanding how co-workers and bosses give and receive information is important, and knowing their preferences can help improve communications and general job satisfaction. Savvy professionals are always looking for clues to a person’s preferred style of communication. Most social psychologists recognize that there are four basic temperaments or communications styles. One widely accepted concept for acknowledging the...
 
  6 Steps for Product Marketing Me: Strategy for the “Unpublished” Job Market
by Rob Taub - Dec, 2012
The best way to introduce yourself to a company with which you would like to work, find a company for which you think you’d like to work or to target companies for the purpose of networking into a position, openings notwithstanding, is to know the “What, where and how you can help the company”. I can give you a better-than-even chance of getting in the door to introduce yourself and possibly creating a job which is right for y...
 
  2 Hours To An Effective Job Search
by John Crant - Dec, 2012
As Quoted by The Wall Street Journal’s Career Website, FINS.com: http://sales-jobs.fins.com/Articles/SBB0001424052970204464404577114853392680714/Finding-a-New-Job-in-Just-Two-Hours It’s difficult to effectively focus our job search activities when we are still working for our ‘future’ past employer. But with a proper structure and plan in place, we can be successful with just 1–2 evening hours of efforts per day. Her...
 
  Compelling Reasons for Keeping the Resume Updated
by Beth Colley - Dec, 2012
Very few professionals these days have the luxury of staying with the same company, much less job, for more than 5 years. Considering the statistics are stacked against you, I advise updating your resume annually if not every six months. The biggest mistake that many professionals make today is thinking that they only need a resume when they are in a job search. If you’re one of those professionals, here are some compelling re...
 
  The Pros and Cons of Job Hopping
by John Crant - Dec, 2012
My Take on Job Hopping Pros and Cons What do employers think when they see someone has quickly changed jobs several times on their resume? Employers are always looking for a ‘successful hire’, and that means someone who will join their team, stay challenged and motivated in the new role for about 2 years, and then be ready to be promoted to a new role where they will stay challenged and motivated for another 2 years...
 
  The Secrets To Getting The Interview With Social Media Marketing
by John Crant - Dec, 2012
In my lecture series on Job Search, I often hear, “I’ve sent so many resumes, but I’m not getting called for interviews.” First, we do need to take a serious look at our Job Search ‘sales materials’, which include: a Resume that creates a ‘desire’ about what you offer as a unique candidate; a LinkedIn profile that is more like a 3-dimensional sales brochure ‘all about you’ that drives the reader to one singular conc...
 
  Do You Have What It Takes To Get Promoted Now?
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2012
According to a new study from the Center for Talent Innovation, 268 senior executives cited executive presence, or being perceived as leadership material, as an essential component to getting ahead. In fact, executive presence accounted for, on average, 25 percent of what it takes to get promoted. Co-sponsored by Marie Claire, the research initiative was led by my colleague Sylvia Hewlett, who often studies the barriers...
 
  5 Ways To Pump Up Your Career Muscle
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Dec, 2012
Your career is organic. It is a living, virtually breathing organism that needs to be nourished and exercised. Without attentive, continual care, you cannot expect your career heartbeat to remain vibrant and strong. To prevent career malnourishment, consider applying these five activities to your daily routine: 1. Stop Weighing Down Conversations. Too many people, especially early in their career or in the throes of tran...
 
  Handling Transitions at Work
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2012
I was at a meeting in which a c-suite executive proclaimed that her organization had experienced too much tumult lately. This organization had decided on a new policy: managers in new positions would now have to wait a full year before changing absolutely anything. Halleluyah. It is well known that in the business world, people starting a new job will try to make their mark immediately, and this inevitably involve...
 
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