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  Want to Get Ahead? Take 5. Learn to Be Quiet.
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2011
Seems counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? When we want an opportunity or a raise, we need to ask for it. If we’re being mistreated, we need to speak out. When we see wrong being done, we need call attention to it. So how can being quiet help us get ahead? Crack this case and reap the benefits! Size up the situation The workplace is a din of noise. Everyone’s tuned into to multiple channels at the same time: Engaging i...
 
  Perspective
by Suzanne Bates - Jun, 2011
“Check it out,” said my husband as we zipped out of a parking space past a gaggle of cars. “What!!?” (I always miss these things). “That window sticker, didn’t you see it? Who Rescued Who?” If you don’t own a dog, or more accurately, aren’t a member that exclusive little club that has RESCUED a dog, the humor might not be obvious. There happens to be a category of people that wear this badge of honor; we are extremel...
 
  Working for a Tough Boss
by Suzanne Bates - Jun, 2011
Shakespeare once said, “Heavy is the head that wears the crown.” If you are a boss you may feel frustrated when you get feedback that people perceive you as tough. Is tough a good thing, or not? In my book, being tough-minded is essential. That’s not the same as being a jerk. But if you aren’t focused and results oriented, you don’t belong in the job. Recently I came across an article on Boston.com with tips on dealing...
 
  Are you strategic or authentic?
by Christine Hassler - Jun, 2011
“Good communication does not mean that you have to speak in perfectly formed sentences and paragraphs. It isn’t about slickness. Simple and clear go a long way.” -John Kotter Is your communication clear or calculated? A theme in many of my sessions this week with clients was a desire to talk about a conversation they were anticipating having and get advice on what to say. After they told me the story behind the a...
 
  Wait - Don't Apply for that Job! Job Task Analysis - Secrets of Recruiters.
by Sharon Cohen - Jun, 2011
Don't apply for that job, until you read this post! Make sure that you're REALLY qualified. Let me walk you through a professional, job-task analysis. Understand what the employer really wants in a candidate when they write the job description. As a Career Transition Specialist, I broker between employers and candidates. The Career Advisors support the employers with recruitment, job postings, and even pre-screening can...
 
  7 Worst Resume Mistakes
by Louise Garver - Jun, 2011
According to a recruiting firm survey, employers cited some of the worst mistakes that job seekers make on their resume. They are: 1. Unnecessary Details About Your Life Unless you are applying to a position overseas, the only personal details to include are full name and contact information, including email, phone number and address. Stay away from age, race, political or religious affiliation (unless you plan to work...
 
  Chuzzles, locks and roadblocks
by Dawn Bugni - Jun, 2011
Ok. I admit it. I like to play Chuzzle. After a long day of ferreting out client information and formulating presentation strategies, I like mindless, no-thinking-involved entertainment. Chuzzle provides it. Briefly, you match three (or more) of the same color fuzz balls by moving the columns up and down or left and right. They giggle, explode and accumulate points. New fuzz balls drop into place until you’ve exploded enoug...
 
  Create Effective Job Applications in Three Proven Steps
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2011
A problem that I come across a lot when working with my career coaching clients is their ability to position themselves effectively when applying for a job. Last week I was working with a client, Susan. We were putting together her cover letter and resume for a position she was very excited about. Her problem was that she could only focus on the area that she felt did NOT fit the job. This very talented, highly educated profe...
 
  Five Social Media Tips for Anthony Weiner
by Barbara Safani - Jun, 2011
Representative Anthony Weiner has fessed up and admitted that he was the one sending lewd photos of himself on Twitter and that his account was never hacked. I write a lot about managing your online presence and digital dirt during a job search but the same rules apply for people who are trying to hold on to the jobs they have. Here are 5 tips for Weiner and anyone else out there dabbling in social media or even just correspon...
 
  Four Interview Tips for Sarah Palin
by Barbara Safani - Jun, 2011
You could say that Sarah Palin had a bad interview experience last week when she visited Boston and was asked about Paul Revere’s famous ride. Here are four interview tips for Palin and anyone else trying to perform better during an interview. 1. Research the company you are meeting with before the interview. You can find company information on LinkedIn, TheVault, Hoovers, Glassdoor, and AnnualReports.com. Most employers w...
 
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