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  Four Ways To Re-Personalize Your Job Search And Get Noticed
by Cathy Eng - Dec, 2010
We have all had the feeling when applying for jobs online that our resume or application is headed for a black hole never to be seen by human eyes. Unfortunately, there is some reality to this. Large corporations have systems in place to analyze and categorize you before you even have a chance to make a first impression or talk to a person. However, there are some methods to utilize technology and old fashioned resourcefulness...
 
  How to Impress a Prospective Employer
by Maureen Cullen - Dec, 2010
Use these 10 Tips to Prepare for an Employment Interview Pre-planning is the most important thing you can do to prepare for an employment interview. If this is done thoroughly your chances of impressing your interviewer and getting a job offer may increase by as much as 75%. And if it is not done thoroughly you may decrease your chances of success by the same percentage. If you follow the tips below you will knock the socks o...
 
  ‘Polishing, Scrubbing and Tweaking’ your Resume (Oh My!)
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Dec, 2010
After reading a recent US News article, “6 Steps to Polish Up Your Resume,” my vision of a staid, buzzword-rich resume with your top 10 accomplishments waxed. Though the bones of the article were solid, and the emphasis on translating your work history into achievements respectable, I couldn’t help being consumed by a certain dull roar of the same-old, same-old resume advice. Unfortunately, the focus on the tactical aspect...
 
  A Checklist for Sourcing and Recruiting Top Talent
by Lou Adler - Dec, 2010
In his book Checklist Manifesto, Atul Gawande contends that good people underperform largely due to errors of ineptitude — not doing what we know needs to be done — rather than errors of ignorance or inability. With this as a backdrop, he goes on to demonstrate that the proper use of checklists can minimize ineptitude-related problems to maximize performance. Using doctors, pilots, and construction managers he shows how to use...
 
  How to Avoid Micromanaging
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2010
Micromanaging is defined as insisting on having a say in an employee’s work at every opportunity, and every manager does it to some extent. Why? Primary reasons include the belief that you can do a task better yourself and the fear that poor employee performance will reflect badly on you. It isn’t good for your employee relationships because your reports will resent you for keeping them from doing their jobs. And it isn’...
 
  10 Hot Twitter Tools: for your Career Toolbox!
by Sharon Cohen - Dec, 2010
Searching for new Twitter aps and tools? Want water-cooler conversation other than - how dirty is this work-fridge? Do you love Twitter & want to impress your friends? Look no further... I love Social Media, and especially love Twitter. For me Twitter is like the Wild West, the way LinkedIn used to be before they implemented so many rules. I've wittled down dozens of Twitter applications to my Top 10 list! I prefer...
 
  10 HOT LinkedIn Groups for Career Transition!
by Sharon Cohen - Dec, 2010
Are you "really" using LinkedIn (or have you just posted your resume)? Do you want to connect with more professionals and network online? Do you want to join industry groups? Could your current job search use a boost? If so, then read on to hear about how LI groups are one of the most powerful features, of this social media tool. See a hot list of popular LI groups for job seekers. One of the most useful aspect of...
 
  Help, I want to be a Consultant - Use KSA's to close the deal...
by Sharon Cohen - Dec, 2010
Are you considering a lucrative and prestigious career in Consulting? Do you ask yourself: • When can I start? • Where can I start? • What will my salary be? • Will I get to travel all over the world? Are these the right questions to ask right? It is essential that you understand the perspective of the decision makers – the recruiters. As an industry insider, let me unveil some of the mystery involved in recruiting...
 
  Inside Google Analytics & Blogger Stats: Do you have a plan for your Blog?
by Sharon Cohen - Dec, 2010
Why are you writing a blog? What are your blog statistics and goals? How will you know if you've met your goals? Here's something you've probably never seen. A blogger, willing to share their online stats with you! This blog post is the third blog in a series about blogging. See my post Accidental Blogger and Professional Blogger. I began writing this blog March of 2009. Though I got into blogging somewhat accidenta...
 
  Interculturally Competent and Considering a Global Business Career?
by Sharon Cohen - Dec, 2010
• How can you become inter-culturally competent? • What global business etiquette do you need? • Do you have the SKE’s (skills, knowledge and experience) to compete globally? One of the biggest trends in the 21rst century business landscape is the need for more global business executives. Increasingly, the boundaries between countries, cultures and business units are disappearing. Many business professionals choose to le...
 
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