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  Resumes for People with Long Careers at One Company: Part II
by Robin Schlinger - Oct, 2015
Some people feel that a long career at one company is a drawback, revealing a lack of initiative. However, that loyalty to one company shows not only your commitment to your employer but also your employer’s recognition of your value over the long term. Your resume should demonstrate how your long career at one company will benefit another company. How do you do that? Step 1. Remember what your current company looked like w...
  Secret to Getting Hired
by Louise Garver - Oct, 2015
Executives are pretty savvy when it comes to knowing how to navigate job search. But do they know the #1 secret to getting hired? If you think networking is the answer, you are on the right path. If you think building social media connections is the secret, you have the right idea. And if working with recruiters is the best secret of all, you are partially correct. In fact all these guesses contribute to getting a chance to...
  The Secret Hack to Market Your Product or Service to Millennials
by Lindsey Pollak - Oct, 2015
I’ll admit it — I am a sucker for “secret hack” posts. Although typically they build the anticipation up to the big reveal at the end, I’m going to give you the good stuff right away in this post, because it’s so simple and easy. Here’s the “secret” hack to marketing to millennials: Include a millennial in every meeting about marketing to millennials. If you’re not doing this, you’re missing out on the easiest, most effecti...
  Top 5 Tips for Introverted Executive Job Seekers
by Lisa Rangel - Oct, 2015
If you consider yourself shy, or introverted, what can you do to help yourself land the job you want? This is a comment I received recently: “Reaching out for extroverts is easy…for us people who are socially awkward, it can be so painful to just say hello to someone. It’s worsened by the fact that I dread small talk more than anything else out there…” If you are shy, or introverted, hear this message: you are not alo...
  Good Boss – Bad Boss
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
Probably most of you could agree on some of the characteristics of a good boss or a bad boss, but other elements might well differ depending on your particular perspective. The main thing is that you need to determine what makes a good or a bad boss for you, in order to have a reasonably satisfying and productive experience in your job–now and in the future. What Makes a Good Boss? In my opinion, a good boss needs to fit...
  15 Ways to Bring Fun Into the Workplace
by Mary G. White - Oct, 2015
Work doesn’t always have to feel so much like – well – work! As points out, “There’s evidence that people who have fun at work are happier, healthier, motivated, and more productive than their stressed-out counterparts.” Incorporating a variety of fun activities into the work environment can have a very positive impact on the business and its employees! 15 Fun Activities for the Workplace Ready to bring a li...
  5 Signs You Might Be A Delusional Executive Job Seeker
by Lisa Rangel - Oct, 2015
Get ready. I'm going to vent. Some of you may even remove me as a LinkedIn connection. I'm ok with that. I'm annoyed at the delusional expectations of some executive job seekers and the infectious negativity they spread by not accepting job-seeking life for what it is. The executive job search is a sales process. It's not an entitlement program. I get it. It's hard. And you think it shouldn't be this ha...
  Executive Challenge: The Climb Back to C-Level
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
Perhaps the only task harder than reaching a C-level position in the first place is recapturing that rank after you’ve had to step down a rung on the corporate ladder. How did this happen to me? One or more factors probably play a key part in this situation, including: • Your company has closed. • Another company acquired yours. • Your management approach clashed with the executive board’s views. As long as you we...
  Job Search Networking–Not Like a Root Canal!
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
So you say you’d rather have a root canal than engage in job search networking? Then you’re probably looking at networking from the wrong angle! As I said a couple of posts ago, networking represents a key element of successful job searching and career management. Also, of course, it’s not just a “when I’m in job-search mode” activity, but rather, something you need to do more consistently than that. The question then becom...
  Network? Oh, No, I Can’t Do That!
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
How do you react when someone tells you that you need to be networking to have a productive job search? Do you say, “Network? Oh, no, I can’t do that!” or just throw up your hands in horror? With all the technology-fueled job search trends around these days, you might think, “Hey, I don’t need to network. I can just put my resume online and email it to people.” Sorry, but you can’t get out of it that easily. Technology can...
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