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  How a Successful Job Search is Like War
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2011
I admire creativity a a great deal, especially when there are only so many ways to provide the same career advice. So when Operation Freedom War vet and sporting goods entrepreneur John Durfee e-mailed me his tips for how surviving a job search is like surviving war, I was intrigued. John and I corresponded for a few weeks, and here are some of his suggestions: Applying for jobs is like going on patrol. It's repetitive,...
 
  Career Secrets from the Insiders
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2011
I have been reading Martin Yate since I was a job seeker about to be fresh out of college, and he has been one of my major sources of inspiration over the last few years. Fortunately for us, Martin's got a new Knock Em Dead book (this one is called Secrets and Strategies from the Insiders), and when I asked him if he could share some of the book's most important wisdom with you guys, here's what he had to say: Take control...
 
  What to Say After You've Lost Your Job
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Less is more. There's a lot to sort out. Job loss is upending. We generally don't see things clearly, may act in haste, and are likely to say the wrong things. We lose our jobs for different reasons: -Poor performance -Breaking the rules -Reorganization -Downsizings and mergers When our number comes up, the boom comes down in different ways: We may be: -Fired for cause -Asked to resign -Displaced with o...
 
  How to stand out on your resume
by Miriam Salpeter - May, 2011
Almost every resume I see reads like a laundry list of “stuff” the person has done at work. The problem is that everyone applying for the job you seek probably has a similar list of “stuff.” What makes you stand out? Why are you special – why do YOU deserve to win an interview and the job? It certainly isn’t because you were “Responsible for” something or that you were “Recruited to” do something. A prospective employer wan...
 
  Can Blogging Help You Get a Job?
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2011
According to the Nielsen Company’s BlogPulse, there are over 161 million public blogs in existence. Clearly, writing a blog is an amazingly popular thing to do. But can writing a blog lead to career opportunities? The answer is increasingly yes. When done in a professional way, writing a blog can lead to many benefits in your post-college job search, including real internship and job opportunities. Here are a few of the be...
 
  Evaluate Your Coach Before You Hire
by Wendy Adams - May, 2011
Just as organizations evaluate consultants before hiring them to provide guidance; it is critically important to carefully evaluate a career coach when seeking assistance in your career. Finding the appropriate coach will make all the difference, and can often: 1) increase your chances of finding employment, 2) assist you with promotion opportunities, or 3) get you more money at the negotiation table. Finding the best coach,...
 
  Improve Your Resume with 3 Resume Writing Tricks from Professional Resume Writers
by Marcia Robinson - May, 2011
Professional resume writers can improve the look and value of a resume in a few minutes with these resume writing tricks. Some job seekers can do the same. Although there are definite advantages to using professional resume writers, for content and branding, job seekers can improve their resumes if they apply these three tricks of resume writing trade used by professional resume writers. Need to proof read for errors? Use...
 
  Job Search: Be a pest…in a good way
by Hallie Crawford - May, 2011
On a group coaching call last week, clients Herman and James were discussing the best ways to follow up on a job application. I always suggest, depending on the employer’s time frame and how connected you were to them during the interview, to follow up consistently but in a reasonable (but not to pesty), timeframe via phone if possible. I prefer the phone over email because email could get lost. Also, over the phone, people...
 
  Find your career sweet spot – your dream job is out there!
by Hallie Crawford - May, 2011
Look for your dream job by narrowing your options to find your career sweet spot. This is from a group coaching client, Joe, who has found a job to apply for that he didn’t even know existed. The job beautifully combines his interest in training and past work experience in manufacturing and distribution. “The last thing I would like to share is that once you narrow down your choices, make a plan to get there, and most i...
 
  7 Ways Employees Hold You Hostage | Overcoming Resistance
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Ever feel like your hands are tied? That your best efforts are getting you nowhere? If so, it’s time to look closely at what’s going on around you. Whether you’re a supervisor, a team leader, or a coworker, you need the cooperation of others to get your work done. There’s always information, a decision, a deliverable, or a resource needed to bring an assignment to closure. The employee who controls any one of them h...
 
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