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  8 Signs That You're A Problem Employee
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
Being successful at work is about more than the skills you bring to the job – it’s also about your relationships with your colleagues, and especially about how your boss perceives you. You can have incredible skills in your field, but if no one wants to work with you, it’s going to make your professional life harder and harder over time. Here are eight signs that you might be perceived as a problem employee who’s tough to w...
  Do You Know The Most Important Question An Interviewer Will Ask?
by Louise Garver - Nov, 2015
Executives have been on many interviews throughout their career and any number of interview questions may come to mind as the most important. But, the universal all-encompassing question that can make or break an interview is (or a variation): “Why should we hire you?” Before you dismiss this as a so-so question, consider the scenario: the hiring manager is looking at the top three executives to fill the job. All things...
  How to look into the reader’s eye when writing your resume
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Nov, 2015
Does Your Resume Make a Human Connection? In a recent blog, In Search of Excellence co-author Tom Peters shared his flash of inspiration when he realized he had gotten into the skin of his audience and developed a “true personal relationship.” When relating a recent presentation to a group of hardware store folks, Peters said, “If I’m really looking you in the eye and there are 1,000 people in the room, when I’m looking...
  Resume Questions and Answers
by Robin Schlinger - Nov, 2015
Q. I’m really confused. I keep hearing about applicant tracking systems that electronically pick out keywords from your resume and discard your resume if the keywords are not there. Then I hear about hiring managers spending 10 seconds reading the first third of a resume. So should the first third of my resume be a list of all the possible keywords that could get me a job? A. A short list of your key areas of expertise is f...
  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....
  Tips For Landing A Job Over 40: Putting the 3 P’s To Work
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Nov, 2015
There’s no doubt that being back in the job market in your 40s and 50s can be more challenging than earlier days on the job-hunting trail. Many of my 40-plus coaching clients feel out of interview shape and daunted by the job-search process – especially if they’ve been steadily employed for years, or even decades. While ageism certainly exists for over-40 job seekers, many of my mature clients have successfully landed jobs...
  Your Career Success: Focused Path vs. Diversity
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2015
Some of you probably knew what you wanted to be when you grew up, even before you left childhood behind. Many of us, though, take longer to figure it out, and some take a really long time. Others never quite do choose a single goal. If you’re one of those, does that mean there’s something seriously wrong with you? Not necessarily, but it might mean you’ll have a more challenging career road ahead, with a lot of zigs and zag...
  10 Tricky Leadership Interview Questions
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Nov, 2015
Ace the leadership interview with these top interview questions! Keep your answers concise and relevant to the needs of your employer. Every single question they will ask you will be with the purpose of measuring you against all the other candidates that are vying for this same career opportunity. Good Luck! 1. Why are you interested in this position? (Translation: What do you know about our company?) 2. Walk me throu...
  Job Action Day: New Twist On Your Job Search
by Debra Wheatman - Nov, 2015
Are you diligently performing your job search the same way you did ten years ago but not getting positive results? It’s Job Action Day! What does this mean? Well, it means that it is time for you to reinvigorate your job search. We’re focusing on the unique value and needs of the age 50+ job seeker. Is that you? Let’s add a new twist to your job search! The following are three “new twists” that you can adopt today. T...
  Are your job hunting shoes stuck in quicksand?
by Sherri Edwards - Nov, 2015
It’s pretty understandable that people often go into a panic when they lose their job. The tough part is helping them remobilize and develop a plan for what happens next, instead of taking wild potshots at job postings in their quest to become reemployed. Many times a candidate gets so focused on “getting a job” that they start to believe they will magically find and secure a job in one stroke. (Imagine a hunter with a spear f...
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