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  Is HR Really Becoming More Strategic? A New Survey Says Yes!
by Mary G. White - Sep, 2015
Are businesses coming to recognize the strategic importance of the HR function? A new research report indicates that that answer to that question is a resounding yes! That’s good news for the HR profession and the highly qualified individuals who work in the field. Strategic HR? Survey Says “Yes” The 2014/2015 Human Resource Management Policies and Practices in the United States research report released in September of 2...
 
  Stressed Out Job Seekers
by Joshua Waldman - Sep, 2015
HOUSE: I love the cranky bastard. During last year’s season finale of the TV show House, though, I learned something … and that is the absolute power our right brain has over our lives. The parallel is drawn between House’s patient, whose right brain doesn’t communicate with his left brain, and his own dissociative hallucinations. The patient’s left hand (right brain) seems to have a mind of its own. His hand throws thi...
 
  The Essence of Job Searching with Social Media
by Joshua Waldman - Sep, 2015
Last night a light bulb went off during my hands-on 2 hr workshop. The workshop started off as usual. Introductions. LinkedIn, personal branding ninja techniques, getting to Google’s first page. And just as we were about to get into Twitter…Time ran out! I realized that I’m giving out A LOT of information. Way too much for just 2 hours. Instead of raising the price, or cutting the amount of content I’m giving away, I dec...
 
  3 New Job Mistakes to Avoid
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2015
In a perfect world, your new job would be challenging but not overwhelming and you would move forward with no obstacles during the first 6 months to a year. Unfortunately you probably don’t live in a perfect world. At least no one I know does! Challenges undoubtedly will occur on your new job, and some of them might be daunting, to say the least–especially if they’re situations you had no way to anticipate and prepare for....
 
  5 Key Tips to Wow Recruiters
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2015
Companies are awash in resumes, even at the executive level. Somehow you have to find that special angle – or, more realistically, a collection of angles – to set yourself apart. What does it take? Here’s what recruiters recommend. Professional presentation Let’s start with the obvious… your physical appearance. Are you wearing something appropriate to interviews and networking meetings? Even the range of colors on your...
 
  A Few Powerful Interview Questions to Ask
by Linda Dobogai - Sep, 2015
People often struggle with figuring out what might be good questions to ask potential employers. It's helpful to create questions that are insightful, yet avoid intrusiveness. Acquiring a realistic preview of the job and work environment are critical in helping to make decisions that will support future job satisfaction. Here are a few questions for you to consider. WHAT ARE THE IMMEDIATE CHALLENGES FOR THE PERSON HIRED INT...
 
  Ace the Recruitment Process With These Active Listening Tips
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2015
As an executive and leader, the art of listening is a key component in every aspect of your communications. It’s especially important when it comes to navigating your executive job search – whether you’re talking to a recruiter or a company insider. Judith Glaser of Benchmark Communications writes about navigational listening: “the style of listening that makes us better executives. It accepts that listening is not an end...
 
  Another Sign The Job Market Is Improving
by Stacey Lane - Sep, 2015
Another cool thing about the improving job market? The focus on employee engagement and retention. I happen to think I know a thing or two about how to engage and retain the best employees. Why? Because they’re the ones who seek out a career coach to help them with their careers. (Pause for a moment and think about it…) I’m not a recruiting expert, nor an employee development guru, but what I’ve learned through my...
 
  Frequently Asked Career Decisions Questions And Answers
by Stacey Lane - Sep, 2015
My clients ask great questions. And sometimes I find the perfect article or resource that says exactly what I want to say. So here are three of my frequently asked questions, and spot-on answers from my colleagues: How do I know if I’m making the right career decision? Whether you’re wondering about quitting a job without having another one, turning down a perfectly good job offer because it doesn’t “feel right,” or...
 
  In Job Search Communications, Taglines Work for You!
by Thea Kelley - Sep, 2015
Getting a job is a matter of marketing communications. You have a product to sell – your skills – but you have a lot of competition. You need to be able to very quickly, clearly and memorably communicate what differentiates you. That’s your brand. A tagline is a one-liner that instantly conveys your professional brand. “How would I use a tagline in my job search?” Use it in your resume as a headline or in the summa...
 
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