Six Ways Volunteering Can Boost Your Career
by Tai Goodwin - Apr, 2010
Income...$0. Value...Priceless. It’s always a good thing to give back. Whether it is doing hands on service with a group like Habitat for Humanity, or assisting in the back office of a local non-profit, there are benefits beyond money that come from volunteering. Apart from just the positive feeling of sowing good actions into a cause you believe in and the impact on the lives of the recipients, volunteering can also help y...
The Power of Headhunters
by Claudine Vainrub - Apr, 2010
When seeking jobs, having the support of a headhunter or recruiting firm can be an asset. Although most jobs nowadays are sourced through networking, recruiters are the second most important source for companies to find valuable employees. What can a recruiter do for you and for your job search? When we think of the effects of networking, and how they affect job search, a recruiter presents similarities with a different edg...
Sizing You Up - Dependability Ratings Matter
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2010
Being there when expected. Stepping up when needed. Always delivering the goods. Dependability counts big time for getting a job, a good performance appraisal, and a promotion. So, are you? The way we perform is a measure of the standards we bring. Dependability showcases commitment. Are we as good as our word? When we agree to do job, will we give it our best no matter what the circumstances? This can be a big test. It...
The Power of
by Andy Robinson - Apr, 2010
Little things, done well and done consistently will set you apart from the crowd, enhance your personal brand and contribute to your personal excellence. "Little things...That make a Big difference" Consider the following "LITTLE" Tips: Take time to DO the little things. It is often the smallest things that make the biggest difference. You never know what kind of impact your positive words or grateful actions may hav...
What Does Your Job Search Require That You Are Not Giving It?
by Kimberly Schneiderman - Apr, 2010
It is no secret that things are "tough out there," even in the indestructible city of New York, people have experienced roadblocks in their job searches that are discouraging, confusing, and frustrating. Based on some questions posed to me recently from readers, I've created a few pointers to keep your job search on track. 1. Job Offers: a job offer isn't a job offer until it is in writing. It doesn't matter if it came from...
What Companies Can Learn From the College Admissions Process
by Barbara Safani - Apr, 2010
I recently spent two weeks touring college campuses with my daughter. I quickly became fascinated with the process...everything from the information sessions to the student guided tours to the admissions requirements made me think about what hiring authorities at companies could learn from the college admissions process. What struck me on these tours were six things that schools practice routinely that you would think would...
Using Literary Techniques To Make Your Resume More Interesting
by Debra Wheatman - Apr, 2010
What word is this? Resume Without the appropriate context, we don't know. If I put it in a sentence, "If you want the job you better brush up your resume" you immediately know what I am talking about. If I say, "Hey, you better resume your job search before all the good jobs are gone," again you know. I can even say "Hey, if you want to resume your job search, you better brush up your resume." Now I used two words that...
Three Ways To Eliminate The Core Reasons of Stress During Job Search
by Shweta Khare - Apr, 2010
Identifying the core reasons for stress during job search is the first step towards eliminating them. Can you answer this question honestly? What are you worried about the most and how can you eliminate the core reasons for your stress? The three core stressors during a long-term job search are: • Financial pressure • The fear of social gatherings • Self pity and self loathing Take Care of your Financial Health ...
Quack Like a Duck and Other Secrets of Successful Career Change
by Louise Fletcher - Apr, 2010
Nicholas Lore, founder of the Rockport Institute, is a career development pioneer. He single-handedly transformed the career coaching field, he’s been commended for excellence by 2 US Presidents, and his book "The Pathfinder" is one of the best selling career books in US history. Over the last 29 years he’s helped over 14,000 people to make a change. I was fortunate to spend an hour on the phone with Nick recently, and I...
Besieged by Problems? Out of Ideas? Circle Your Masterminds.
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2010
In the dumps? Disgusted? Feel like no one’s struggling with career frustrations and business uncertainties the way you are? Makes you ask yourself, “What’s my problem?” Well, that’s how I felt. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an employee, a business owner, a budding entrepreneur, college student, or unemployed. We just don’t have all the answers. Finding answers is about accumulating knowledge. And it isn’t just abou...
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