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  10 Smart Tips to Impress the Boss Your First Day
by Miriam Salpeter - Aug, 2012
When you land a job finally, the important work isn't over. It's essential to do your best to impress your boss and teammates right from the start. First impressions count; your supervisor and colleagues will judge you based on how you act and what you do from the very first day. It is much easier to start off on the right foot than it is to change their perceptions later. Holly Paul, PricewaterhouseCooper's U.S. recruitin...
 
  9 Ways You Must Invest in Your Career
by Miriam Salpeter - Aug, 2012
Most people are too busy working to stop and think about how to invest in their careers. You may be thinking, "I'm doing my job, isn't that enough?" However, if you want to make sure you stay on the right career track, it takes more than just getting the day-to-day work done to be successful. Cynthia Good is an award-winning journalist and the chief executive officer and founding editor of LittlePINKbook.com, an online reso...
 
  How do Recruiters Find You?
by Georgia Adamson - Aug, 2012
First, I need to clarify something. You do realize that recruiters (headhunters) do not beat the bushes to find you a job, right? Okay, but we also know that recruiters do look for candidates to fill in-house positions or to submit to client companies for openings at those companies. So how might those recruiters find you? Where do recruiters look for candidates? It depends. For example, some executive search firms hav...
 
  How Do You Show Up?
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2012
June was a busy month of executive coaching. During these sessions I’ve consistently heard what a struggle it is for leaders to handle their over-flowing workloads. Yes, the age-old Time Management dilemma. So I held some informal focus groups to see how people are handling this dilemma. Here are some suggestions from those who have figured it out!. #1 – Strive for work/life integration rather than work/life balance. O...
 
  How to get a job when you’re unemployed
by Miriam Salpeter - Aug, 2012
Ironically, it’s easier to find a job when you already have a job. Unemployed job seekers are subject to a “damaged goods” bias; some employers assume a great candidate would already have a job. A new study, which will be presented at next month’s Academy of Management’s annual meeting, suggests there is evidence that human resource professionals and the general public have a tendency to show a bias against unemployed job seek...
 
  Living in Yesterday’s Trash
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2012
Who wants to live with yesterday’s trash? Show of hands? Just as I thought. No one. So, why do we keep looking in the rear view mirror at yesterday’s rubbish in our lives, like the disappointment when we didn’t get the promotion…the times the people we thought had our back, yet let us down…or that deep resentment we felt over a business deal. I’ve always known it did no good to dig up the past. But what about those of us...
 
  Mistakes to Avoid when Negotiating Salary
by Louise Garver - Aug, 2012
One of the comments I hear most often from executives is the struggle to negotiate their salary when the offer is presented. This is especially true for executives who have been unemployed for some time and wish to return to the workforce as soon as possible. Some think being too harsh when negotiating salary might jeopardize their job offer. Let’s take a look at three mistakes you can avoid. The first person who talks...
 
  Why I'll never critique your resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2012
Frequently, I encounter job seekers who are trying to find out what, if anything, might be missing from their resume. Of course, they also ask what I’d do to improve it. These are valid questions, and in such a competitive market, it makes sense for candidates to request this type of feedback. However, I won’t do it. Why not? There’s simply no way, other than getting to know the twists and turns of your profe...
 
  6 Key Areas Recruiters Pay the Most Attention to on Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2012
Ever wondered to yourself what the most critical areas are on your resume when a recruiter is giving it the initial review? As a former hiring manager, I will tell you exactly where I’m looking when I review your resume. However, don’t just take my word for it; a recent study on recruiter behavior conducted by The Ladders confirms exactly what I’m about to tell you … recruiters spend the most time reviewing the following areas...
 
  Failure–Who Needs It? | You Do
by Dawn Lennon - Aug, 2012
We just don’t like it. We often fear it, dread it, struggle to avoid it, and sometimes succumb to it. Failure tests us. It makes us face up to what we’re made of. Failure and fear are ominous bedfellows. They feed each other and us too in ways that can be crushing. Embracing failure If we want to succeed, we need to welcome failure. It’s our greatest teacher. If it weren’t, we wouldn’t remember our failures...
 
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