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  Job Search: Create your brand
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2011
In your job search, you have to know your brand. On a recent group career coaching call my clients, Herman and James, were talking about this. What’s the difference between your brand and your elevator pitch? They’re very similar but there is a difference. Here’s the deal, your elevator pitch is: A statement about who you are The value you bring to a prospective employer What you’re looking for (a job, networkin...
 
  Mistaken for a lower-level job hunter? Try these 3 executive resume writing tips
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jun, 2011
Applying to jobs at your level – but being told that you don’t qualify, based on your resume? This is a common problem that I’ve seen among leaders at all rungs of the career ladder, with stories of IT Directors being mistaken for programmers, Sales Vice Presidents who appear to be individual reps, and so on. If you’ve experienced this issue in your job search, you’re not alone by a long shot. Many self-written leade...
 
  Networking: Anywhere, Anytime
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Jun, 2011
I'm always touting the importance of networking and try to practice what I preach. I've been flying across the country presenting worshops and try to strike up a conversation with whomever is sitting next to me on the airplane. Of course, I try to gauge whether or not they're open to talking. If they whip out their book and don't exchange pleasantries, I leave them alone. On a recent trip to Lansing, Michigan, I sat next to a...
 
  Succeeding in a “Final Jeopardy!” World
by Walter Akana - Jun, 2011
Yes, I’ll admit it. Upon seeing this month’s topic, my first association was Jeopardy! Perhaps it was the listing of categories in search of answers, but in a flash, I was thinking, “l’ll take re-tooling for 100, Alex.” And in my rapid free association, the answer “commodities” came to mind, quickly followed by, “What do you call transferable skills?” As a career coach, I’ve long believed that one’s ability to identify tra...
 
  The Secret of Interview Magic : Hone Your Interactive Skills
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2011
You don't have to be a Houdini or a David Copperfield to create interview magic. Sharp listening, observation, and communication skills will work a lot of magic for you. If you don't have them now, don't despair—you can cultivate them! Did you know that you can listen much faster than most people talk? That’s a bad-news/good-news situation when you’re in an interview. The bad news is that your attention might begin to wand...
 
  When it’s Time to Recycle Your Career
by Walter Akana - Jun, 2011
When I think about how people make career choices, I often recall the scene from the classic movie, The Graduate. In it, a well-meaning family friend, Mr. McGuire, corners young Benjamin resulting in the following exchange: Mr. McGuire: I want to say one word to you. Just one word. Benjamin: Yes, sir. Mr. McGuire: Are you listening? Benjamin: Yes, I am. Mr. McGuire: Plastics. Benjamin: Just how do you mean that, s...
 
  4 Ways to Develop Your Resume Like an Executive Resume Writer
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Writing an executive resume is challenging; tough decisions must be made along the way, including which career information should and should not be included. If you’re perplexed by how to push forward, you could always adopt the mentality of an executive resume writer. Here are some tips for taking this approach: Quantity Speaks Volumes An executive resume writer works diligently to position you and your resume in a wa...
 
  Defining the Selection Process – What Happens After You Submit Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Have you ever wondered what happens to your resume after you submit it? Many job seekers spend hours every day shipping resumes off to prospective employers without an idea of what happens after they’ve hit the send button. Knowing what your resume goes through after it has been submitted is a mystery that many job seekers would like solved. A recent CNN Money article explored the process that a resume goes through at one...
 
  How remembering names can help your job hunting prospects
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2011
When you’re in the midst of a job hunt, you never really know what will make the difference between being hired and coming in second place. When there are many qualified candidates, employers often rely on subtle, nuanced reasons to choose one candidate over another. Maybe one applicant seemed to have strong observational skills or one candidate seemed a better fit for the team than another. One way to help you stand out fr...
 
  Ladies, Still Underpaid and Overlooked? Start “Knowing Your Value” with Mika Brzezinski
by Dawn Lennon - Jun, 2011
Women have seemingly limitless career opportunities. If we’re smart enough, tough enough, and driven enough, we can get where we want to go. But will we get paid for our value? Women have different career obstacles to overcome, in most cases, then men. The most challenging is often ourselves. Mika Brzezinski unplugged Her new book, Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You’re Worth, is an amazingly ope...
 
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