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  Don’t assume too much during your job search
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2012
How much are you assuming people already know or understand about you? A radio ad gives a good reminder about how important it is to make yourself clear! There used to be a radio advertisement running on one of the stations I listen to regularly. It’s an ad for “the beaches of South Walton” and hopes to inspire listeners to vacation there. The problem is, the ad’s writers assumed a lot about the audience when they created...
 
  Painless ways to control your online reputation
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2012
Many job-seekers underestimate how important it is to have an online presence—a digital footprint to help convince potential hiring managers that they are right for the job. There is no question a person's online reputation makes a big difference for job-search success. But ironically, the worst outcome of having a recruiter search for you on the Web would be if he or she found nothing at all. In a digital age, having noth...
 
  Should you include volunteer work on your resume?
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2012
Looking for a job? There’s no question volunteering helps you expand your network, and networking is always key for job seekers. Volunteering may help you get a job, but the question of whether or not to include volunteer work on your resume is a common one, especially for people whose best and most relevant experience for the job is unpaid work. In the February, 2012 issue of Real Simple magazine (page 100), Laura Van...
 
  Re-imagining Personal Brand
by Walter Akana - Jul, 2012
“Differentiation is a way of thinking. It’s a mindset. It’s a commitment. A commitment to engage with people – not in a manner to which they are merely unaccustomed, but in a manner that they will value, respect, and yes, perhaps even celebrate.” ~ Youngme Moon Harvard Business School professor, Youngme Moon, in her remarkable book Different: Escaping the Competitive Herd, discusses the ways in which many brands have a...
 
  10 Leadership Interview Questions
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Jul, 2012
As you get ready for your interview try to focus on what it is the employer needs solved. Why do they need this position filled? What is the issue? Then zero in on that need! Also, make sure you want the job as well! Don’t exude desperation. That is not attractive in any setting. Here are a few interview questions for senior level professionals, some which may have thrown you off (but not anymore!) 1. Why are you inte...
 
  Are You Pinteresting?
by Debra Wheatman - Jul, 2012
Are you active on Pinterest, yet? If not, you may be missing a valuable way to enhance your career and have fun in the process. Pinterest.com is a virtual bulletin board where members pin graphics that they’ve virtually “torn” from various websites. Think of it as an old-fashioned idea book or collage of favorite things. The site itself has done a terrific job of explaining how to get started, so I won’t waste space here...
 
  Given What It Takes
by Suzanne Bates - Jul, 2012
Given what it takes for most of us to juggle our own work, family and personal lives, it is nothing short of inspiring to hear the stories of graduates of our community colleges across this country, many of whom had to work two jobs and support a family while getting their associate degrees. These are young (and sometimes not-so-young) people who didn't have time for beer pong and sun bathing on the quad. They drove rusted o...
 
  High Flying Transitions
by Suzanne Bates - Jul, 2012
I haven't done a formal survey but it seems like there are more leaders than ever transitioning into new roles. Seismic shifts and market volatility, massive corporate restructuring, the speed of globalization, the pace of innovation; these are all forces that are catapulting leaders into new roles. Which prompts the chorus of inevitable questions from CEOs and leadership development/talent teams: are they ready? It's a...
 
  How to Ace the Second Round Job Interview
by Marcia Robinson - Jul, 2012
While it is really great news to get called back for second round job interviews, many job seekers that I work with, get an extra dose of anxiety. Some of the common questions job seekers will ask me about how to prepare for the second round interview include - How do I prepare? How will this second round interview be different from the first? What should I expect to happen in the second round of interviews? For the most part,...
 
  Long Ago in a Far Away Place
by Debra Wheatman - Jul, 2012
Many stories begin with the trope, “long ago in a far away land.” We expect to be transported to an unfamiliar place and time. Unfortunately, some careerists use this technique when writing a résumé. We feel as though we are climbing on grandfather’s knee to hear the tale of a time when 3.5 inch floppy disk was king and everyone was blown away by DOS. We see skills such as Fortran and dBase. On the contact line, we see a f...
 
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