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  Your Part-Time Job Can Lead To A Full-Time Job
by Bob Roth - Jun, 2012
Many students hold part-time jobs while they are in college. For some, the part-time job is a financial necessity. For others, their job is an opportunity to gain some career-related work experience. In both cases, students should understand that these early opportunities can lead to full-time jobs. Employers that hire part-time employees also hire full-time employees. Therefore, students with part-time jobs should keep...
 
  Differentiate Yourself With A Specialty
by Robin Fisher Roffer - May, 2012
Clearly define your expertise so you can attract the opportunities you want and the money you need. The process of developing a dynamic brand image asks you to unearth your authentic self, identify what you bring to the table, declare your values, vision your future, and at times live a double life as you evolve into the professional you aspire to be. The linchpin to a successful personal brand is your area of experti...
 
  3 Entry-level Job Seeking Mistakes to Avoid
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2012
Are you an entry-level job seeker looking to get out there and find your first position? Making your first attempt marks the beginning of quite an adventure as you look to meet your goal of entering the workforce. As a newbie, it is easy to make a few mistakes here and there that could slow your ability to find work. So to get a successful start, here are some entry-level job seeking mistakes to avoid: 1. Ignor...
 
  3 Ways to Ease the Monotony of Resume Writing
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2012
It’s true everyone can get tired of writing resumes. But the reason for it isn’t usually laziness; it’s that the process can feel so tedious. Having to sit there and think about everything you’ve accomplished in your career can be overwhelming, especially since you have to incorporate different information into each resume every time you apply for a different position. The process can sometimes be so tedious that i...
 
  6 Ways to Ensure Your Job Search Will Likely Fail
by Jean Cummings - May, 2012
It's amazing, though understandable, that so many people are pursuing job search strategies that are apt to yield no results. The job search environment is more complex and requires greater sophistication to navigate than ever before. Here are 6 of the things you should not do to avoid getting stalled in your job search. 1. Give your resume to your contact list and assume you've done their networking 2. Failed to get...
 
  7 Errors You Want to Avoid While Job Seeking
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2012
It’s so very easy to make mistakes while job seeking. Even seasoned professionals can struggle some when in the midst of a job search. Don’t be discouraged if you think you’ve made some mistakes along the way. Job seeking is like working a job; you’re always fine-tuning your skills. But before you start searching again, consider the following seven job seeking errors you want to avoid: 1. Searching without organization: It...
 
  Can Executives be Perceived as “Too Smart”?
by Louise Garver - May, 2012
Executives rise to the top of an organization for a variety of reasons that include: thinking outside the box, vision, business savvy, strategies, and the intelligence to see the big picture and drill it down to deliverables. These are attributes that are expected of high-level leaders and work well for an executive no matter what corporate environment they may find themselves in. When in the midst of a career change, be...
 
  Can’t all my cover letters be the same?
by Julie Walraven - May, 2012
NO! You can’t write the same cover letter for every job. It then is just an extra document, extra page, with no extra information. Almost every day I get this question from a client or inquirer: Can I use the same cover letter for all of them? or “Just write me a cover letter” (and some of those people don’t even bother to find a job they are targeting first. The confusion about what a cover letter is and is not never...
 
  Executive Alert: Are You in the Wrong Job?
by Louise Garver - May, 2012
Even executives don’t get it right every time. You thought this was a good move and even the research indicated you were a perfect fit for the position. But, as the job unfolded, you are no longer enamored with the position or company. Richard (from a famous Shakespheare play) might say, “Now is the winter of my discontent.” 5 signs that point to discontent: 1. Feel like an outsider? Holding an executive role in any or...
 
  Four Difficult Types of Employees: Feedback Do’s and Don’ts
by Judith Lindenberger - May, 2012
Whether you are dealing with a difficult person or motivating someone to be a more positive contributor, employee feedback is a powerful management tool. Many of us work with these four difficult types of employees and the guidance below will help you have constructive feedback sessions: The Bomb - an unguided missile who has a track record of bursts of anger. Keep in mind the time-honored adage that you can’t contro...
 
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