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  3 Ways Twitter Can Enhance Your Executive Job Search
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
A whole new world of job search is open to candidates through social media and is booming like never before. It’s already been established just how beneficial this medium can be for individuals conducting professional job searches, especially when LinkedIn is a priority. Twitter has also been deemed a useful tool for job seeking, especially for entry- and mid-level professional job seekers. But should it be utilized at th...
 
  4 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your LinkedIn Profile
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
LinkedIn is one of the best online resources for professionals looking to network with other professionals, find employment, or be discovered by hiring managers. If optimized, LinkedIn could ensure you don’t spend too much time unemployed since you’re likely to attract the best of the best in the hiring world. Interested in improving your profile? Here are just a few things you could do the next time you’re signed in that...
 
  Categories: Personal Branding
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
You’ve probably heard it a million times: Personal branding is important to the success of a job search. Why is it so important? Because as a unique job seeker, it helps define you as an individual and makes you stand out as a prime candidate. There are aspects of your background that make you incredibly unique and highly qualified—and your job is to highlight those aspects so that hiring managers don’t have to guess whet...
 
  How-To Write a Job-Winning Resume When You Don’t Have a Clue What to Write
by Michelle Dumas - Jul, 2011
If you’ve ever toiled to write your resume, battling writer’s block for every word you put on the page, but still unsatisfied when you get to the end, sure that your resume won’t make the cut, you aren’t alone. For many job seekers, writing a resume is a scary task. Yet, for nearly everyone in the job market a resume is an inevitable requirement. While an increasing number of job seekers are hiring professional resume write...
 
  Is Your Hospitality Resume Too Broad?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
As a proud member of the hospitality field, you know that there is a wide variety of industries that you can dabble in and find success. Whether your focus is hotel/casino, restaurant, food service, timeshare, travel, or attractions, you have your choice of a multitude of great careers to prosper in. Many people in hospitality select one industry to study then follow it their entire career. But what if you’ve taken an int...
 
  Take a stand for your dream job!
by Hallie Crawford - Jul, 2011
I was recently talking with one of my career group coaching clients, Allison. She made me laugh because all along, we’ve been working on narrowing down her career ideas. She wants to do something in the travel industry, and she told me that she was worried she was pigeonholing herself into this one career path. I laughed out loud and explained to her that I totally understood how she felt, but reminded her that our goal all al...
 
  Disappointment Got You Down? Dig In. Bounce Back.
by Dawn Lennon - Jul, 2011
Things don’t always go our way at work. Sometimes it’s because we haven’t: - Mastered all the skills we need - Performed well at the right time - Solidified our support system - Been realistic about our readiness That leaves us open to disappointment when we don’t: - Get hired for a job we really want - Promoted to a position when we believe we’re the best candidate - Hear our name mentioned as a...
 
  Facing Cisco's 2011 layoff? Take these 5 steps in your job hunt
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jul, 2011
Cisco Systems announced its largest layoff ever in July 2011, and employees are certainly feeling the aftershocks. With 6,500 staff being cut (up to a 14% drop in its workforce), Cisco has announced that it plans to restructure in order to maintain a competitive position. If you’re one of those affected by this or other layoffs, what should you do? It's no secret that professionals have bemoaned the state of the job mark...
 
  The Sweet Sound of Striking the Right Chord: An Interview with Ricky Bell
by Dawn Lennon - Jul, 2011
I met Ricky Bell because my home office computer was deadly slow. As an independent computer technician, Ricky came highly recommended by my accountant, so I knew I’d be in good hands. To my surprise, I soon learned that those hands were equally talented on the neck of a guitar and that Ricky had connected two talents into one amazing career. DL: Ricky, do you consider yourself a computer guy who’s a musician or a musi...
 
  Leader Alert: Beware the Downside of Being the Big Cheese
by Dawn Lennon - Jul, 2011
One day you’re following direction and the next you’re giving it. Promotions to leadership positions are watershed moments. If we’re not careful about how we wear our new leadership mantles, we’ll find ourselves isolated. The chilling effects of deference Employees try to figure you out as soon as you become the big cheese. New leaders, even when they’re colleagues we’ve known for years, are...
 
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