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  3 Ways to Leverage a Well-Earned Executive Reputation in Your Resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jul, 2011
Spent the majority of your career building a successful operation or business, only to find that you’re now in the job market due to unforeseen circumstances? If your executive reputation has always carried you from job to job, it can be difficult to explain your stature to those outside your circle of influence. Many executives in these unprecedented times never even expected to need a resume, much less convey the magni...
 
  7 Phrases to Strike From Your LinkedIn Profile
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jul, 2011
An interesting practice seems to have cropped up among self-written social media profiles, where the phrases that have been taboo on resumes (like “self-motivated team player”) are creeping back into lists of job hunter credentials on LinkedIn. Unfortunately, these mundane, dry, and redundant phrases can make it difficult for you to maximize the power of LinkedIn as an executive job search tool. It’s also challenging for...
 
  LinkedIn adds new sections targeted to students
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2011
LinkedIn just launched a new initiative aimed at students, a group sometimes slow to join the growing professional network. Many students believe “LinkedIn isn’t ‘for’ them,” since they may not already have much professional experience and probably do not have large professional networks. Now, LinkedIn offers sections to allow college students to showcase their accomplishments, as reported on LinkedIn’s blog: Projects: It’s...
 
  Top 10 Tweets... Untwisted
by Kimberly Schneiderman - Jul, 2011
Twitter is a great tool for coaches like me. I can give off the cuff bits of advice and insight in just a few seconds to all my followers on Twitter, fans on Facebook, and contacts on LinkedIn. As a general rule, I tweet about 3 times per day Monday through Thursday. Sometimes you’ll even see a tweet on a Friday or a Saturday if I come across something really good. The only problem is, well, I’m limited in space and someti...
 
  How are you asking for help?
by Dawn Bugni - Jul, 2011
I received the following via email a few Fridays ago: “Good Afternoon, I am currently unemployed and for the past few months I have been trying to present better ways to get my resume points of view across to recruiters. I have been trying to co-mingle value based information and actual job duties that I have done. When I do that it seems to create sort of a “laundry list” of my duties and I am trying to stay away from t...
 
  How are you asking for help? – Part 2
by Dawn Bugni - Jul, 2011
Yesterday, I shared an email from a job seeker and offered some suggestions how he (you) can improve on responses to requests for assistance. The job seeker’s questions and concerns are common, so I’m sharing what I told him with you. Here’s his original email: “I am currently unemployed and for the past few months I have been trying to present better ways to get my resume points of view across to recruiters. I have been...
 
  Next Generation Leaders: What They Want and Need from the Workplace
by Judith Lindenberger - Jul, 2011
Have you ever wondered what makes the Millennials tick? So did we, so in the fall of 2011, we interviewed Millennials and their managers to learn more about this generation. Because many of our clients struggle with how to best integrate Millennials into the workplace, we interviewed Millennials and their managers through face to face and telephone interviews. The people we interviewed came from a variety of organizations and...
 
  Options for Pursuing Your Passions
by Andy Robinson - Jul, 2011
The idea of "doing what you love" for a living or "pursuing your passions" eludes many and often has a ring of impracticality to it -- "HOW could I possibliy EARN A LIVING doing what I love?" There are, however, a number of ways to pursue your passions that many of us don't consider or overlook. Have you considered ALL of the following possibilities? WAYS to "Pursue Your Passions" •Doing what you love •Providing a s...
 
  The #1 Way to Be a Great Employee
by Lindsey Pollak - Jul, 2011
In one of the first jobs of my career, I had a very hands-on, micromanaging boss. She frequently double- and triple-checked that I had completed even the smallest tasks. Not surprisingly, it kind of drove me crazy. Looking back, though, I consider that job to be one of my best learning experiences in professionalism, attention to detail and—most importantly—the art of “managing up.” When people talk about management, the...
 
  How LinkedIn Resume Builder Can Ruin Your Job Search
by Louise Fletcher - Jul, 2011
I’m a big fan of LinkedIn and encourage all my clients to use it actively. I’m even writing a guide on how to make the most of it as a job search tool. But not everything LinkedIn does is a good idea and the Resume Builder tool is a perfect example of this. It sounds great in theory – create a LinkedIn profile and then transform it into a resume at the click of a button with no extra work. Who wouldn’t want that? Here’s...
 
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