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  Is your Resume an old Laundry List? Use KSA's to get noticed!
by Sharon Cohen - Sep, 2011
•Is your Resume Good? •Is it really good? •How do you know? •Worried that your resume is just a laundry list of skills? Writing an effective resume is both an art and a science. Many job seekers choose "random" or "free" resume templates as if this was a one size fits all proposition. To create an effective resume, first you must understand how resumes are read. Learn what employers aqnd recruiters are looking fo...
 
  Is Your Resume Template Holding You Back?
by Michelle Dumas - Sep, 2011
Is a resume template a practical method to quickly and simply develop a superb resume? Or, will the utilization of a resume template actually restrain and slow your search for a job? In an employment market that becomes more and more competitive every day, even if you are currently employed you have likely fretted about the security of your company and have at least thought about preparing your resume ‘just in case.’ If you ar...
 
  Kick in the pants
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2011
Sometimes people just need a kick in the pants. My friend Lauren’s husband started his own successful law firm 5 years ago. How long was he wanting to pursue that dream? 7 years. It took his law firm dissolving in order to get him to step out on his own. Now I’m not saying he never would’ve ventured out….he probably would have. But some people never would, and some of us just need a push to pursue our dream, because let’s be h...
 
  Measuring and Maximizing Quality of Hire
by Lou Adler - Sep, 2011
Measuring quality of hire (QoH) is somewhat elusive, but critical if a company wants to know if its sourcing, recruiting, assessment, and hiring programs are working properly. Without it, implementing a raising-the-talent-bar strategy become problematic. In this article I’d like to focus on some core issues involving QoH, and offer an idea on how to measure it both pre- and post-hire. Let’s get started by first defining Qu...
 
  On-the-Job "Interval Training" for Peak Performance
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
As an amateur cyclist and former road bike racing enthusiast, I am all too familiar with one of the sport's toughest and most lung-busting workout routines, popularly known as "interval training." Interval training consists of two elements: (1) working HARD at a heightened level of effort for a predetermined period of time and (2) fully recovering between the interval and/or sets of intervals. Work hard, then rest; work har...
 
  Self-Confidence Lost? 5 Steps to Getting It Back
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Here one day and gone the next. It’s a fickle state—our self-confidence. The littlest thing can fuel it or snuff it out. Self-confidence is part of our brand identity. Our bosses and coworkers look for it, even evaluate it. It’s part of our behavioral attire, so we must do our best to wear it well. The fear of exposure The problem is that we’re not always self-confident. When we’...
 
  The Prep Zone - A Great Habit
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
I made a personal commitment at the beginning of this year as follows: "If a business appointment or meeting is important enough to be on my calendar, then scheduling a block of time to PREPARE for that appointment is equally important." In the past, my practice had been to leave enough time between appointments and meetings to allow for what I thought would be adequate advance prep time. What tended to happen, however, w...
 
  The Wrong Question
by Suzanne Bates - Sep, 2011
The The phone was ringing, and no one was picking up. "Bates Communications, how may I help you?" "I was hoping to speak with the CEO or owner," replied a young woman. "Well, you've reached her. Who is calling?" "Oh, well this is Michelle from (a payroll service which shall remain unnamed). I wonder if you can tell me how your payroll is processed." "Well," I said, confused for a moment. "Do you mean how do...
 
  Trickle Down Leadership
by Suzanne Bates - Sep, 2011
Unless you have a small business, and by that I basically mean you, your dog and your thoughts, you have to communicate the big picture to other people. Your vision has to do more than trickle down; it needs to flow. Sounds simple. Until you become a leader and you realize how hard it really is. The other day my husband and I decided to try out a new restaurant. I called around noon for a 6 pm reservation. There was...
 
  Turning lemons into lemonade
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2011
Finding your dream job sounds great right, but what if you can’t just jump ship? What if you’re stuck in your job for the time being because of financial reasons for example? I was talking to a client Anna about this the other day—sometimes we just have to make the best of where we are now. She can’t just quit her job; she’s in a dual income household that relies on her income. So for the moment at least, she has to make the b...
 
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