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  Breaking Into the Hospitality Industry Requires the Right Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
The hospitality industry is wonderfully vast, providing interested job seekers a wide array of professional options. Whether you’re looking to be an executive chef or a hotel accountant, there is something for you to do that you’ll love. Because there are so many opportunities for employment in hospitality, some think that it’s easier to enter this industry than others. In some respects, this may be true, depending on the...
 
  Career Disappointments Gnawing at You? Reset Expectations.
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
High hopes fall hard. We don’t always get what we want even when we: - Work hard - Plan ahead - Get good grades or evaluations - Know the right people - Play by the rules That’s because careers are about competition. Our success comes from meeting our employer’s expectations better than someone else would. Disappointments are about us. We get disappointed when our career expectations aren’t met. Eac...
 
  How Becoming the Boss Can Change You
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2011
Faults are often easier to see in others than ourselves. As employees we’re daily observers and targets of our supervisor’s style. What we see reflects what our supervisors have become. If we’re lucky, we’ve got a good boss. If not, we’d like to run for the hills. It’s hard to believe that ineffective supervisors used to be regular employees, like us. They had the same expectations from their own bosses for: - Hones...
 
  How to Attract What You Do Want
by Marshall Brown - Sep, 2011
Over the last several years, I have been reading more and more about the law of attraction. I was first introduced by the concept with the movie, What the Bleep Do We Know, followed by, The Secret. I listened to speakers on the subject, read a few books and the like. Then about 4 years ago I was introduced to vision boards by two coaching colleagues of mine. As they will tell you, I fought the idea tooth and nail, but I fi...
 
  Is It Time to Rethink Your Job Search Strategy?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
Conducting a job search can be a bit of a confusing experience. If you have been looking for employment for weeks without an interview call, you’re likely to be thinking, “What could I be doing wrong?” Sometimes, it’s that you need to make a few small tweaks to your resume—and other times, you need to completely overhaul your job search. If you’re not getting any callbacks, there’s a good chance that you fall into the lat...
 
  Is your Resume an old Laundry List? Use KSA's to get noticed!
by Sharon Cohen - Sep, 2011
•Is your Resume Good? •Is it really good? •How do you know? •Worried that your resume is just a laundry list of skills? Writing an effective resume is both an art and a science. Many job seekers choose "random" or "free" resume templates as if this was a one size fits all proposition. To create an effective resume, first you must understand how resumes are read. Learn what employers aqnd recruiters are looking fo...
 
  Is Your Resume Template Holding You Back?
by Michelle Dumas - Sep, 2011
Is a resume template a practical method to quickly and simply develop a superb resume? Or, will the utilization of a resume template actually restrain and slow your search for a job? In an employment market that becomes more and more competitive every day, even if you are currently employed you have likely fretted about the security of your company and have at least thought about preparing your resume ‘just in case.’ If you ar...
 
  Kick in the pants
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2011
Sometimes people just need a kick in the pants. My friend Lauren’s husband started his own successful law firm 5 years ago. How long was he wanting to pursue that dream? 7 years. It took his law firm dissolving in order to get him to step out on his own. Now I’m not saying he never would’ve ventured out….he probably would have. But some people never would, and some of us just need a push to pursue our dream, because let’s be h...
 
  Measuring and Maximizing Quality of Hire
by Lou Adler - Sep, 2011
Measuring quality of hire (QoH) is somewhat elusive, but critical if a company wants to know if its sourcing, recruiting, assessment, and hiring programs are working properly. Without it, implementing a raising-the-talent-bar strategy become problematic. In this article I’d like to focus on some core issues involving QoH, and offer an idea on how to measure it both pre- and post-hire. Let’s get started by first defining Qu...
 
  On-the-Job "Interval Training" for Peak Performance
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2011
As an amateur cyclist and former road bike racing enthusiast, I am all too familiar with one of the sport's toughest and most lung-busting workout routines, popularly known as "interval training." Interval training consists of two elements: (1) working HARD at a heightened level of effort for a predetermined period of time and (2) fully recovering between the interval and/or sets of intervals. Work hard, then rest; work har...
 
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