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  The Five Ways to Determine Corporate Culture
by Rob Taub - Dec, 2009
Many companies today promote building teams over individuals; respecting the entry-level mailroom clerk and the top salesperson equally. They consider failure the beginning not the end of developing talents and careers and that ‘Values’ are not fads. Still in other companies you will find a lack of esprit de corps where departments operate as fiefdoms and do not work in partnership with one another; where leadership is assign...
 
  Three Concepts for “Job Search Marketing Made Simple”
by Rob Taub - Dec, 2009
Job Search Marketing is a lot of work but is doesn’t have to be complicated. Comprehensive, “yes”; complicated, “no”, yet so many people cause themselves a lot of difficulty and stress. I’m going to try to make the concept of job search marketing simple for you to understand. I won’t be able to make it simple for you to undertake, however. It will always be hard work. Nevertheless, with understanding, maybe you won’t feel as t...
 
  A Vision Without a Plan Is a Hallucination
by Rob Taub - Dec, 2009
Success is not always something you necessarily find when you arrive. It may be the journey that gets you there. It seems as though people make career management more difficult than it has to be. When something threatens to make it simple, they almost invariably find a way to make it more complicated. For example, in recent years there's been much more activity in the small- to mid-size companies, yet the majority of people...
 
  Ten Ways To Treat Your New Job Like a Product Launch
by Rob Taub - Nov, 2009
Securing a new job is akin to a success product launching! All the time spent running a well-organized marketing campaign and now the product is in the market. Well...You’ve landed your new job! As in the product launch, you want to countinually work on product positioning and posturing for long term success, right? Likewise, you want to do so for your long term career success. 10 Rules For Starting Your New Job On The...
 
  Tell-Tale Characteristics of Company Culture
by Rob Taub - Nov, 2009
Many companies today promote building teams over individuals; respecting the entry-level mailroom clerk and the top salesperson equally; consider failure the beginning not the end of developing talents and careers; and where ‘Values’ are not fads. Still in other companies you will find a lack of esprit de corps where departments operate as fiefdoms not work in partnership with one another; where leadership is assigned not earn...
 
  Seven Steps To An Open Door
by Rob Taub - Nov, 2009
The best way to introduce yourself to a company that doesn’t appear to be actively looking is to know the “What, where and how you can help the company”. I can give you a better-than-even chance to get the door to open to be able to introduce yourself, perhaps even create a job that is just right for you. It will take time and careful preparation but it will pay a dividend. Step 1 – Functional strengths: Begin by listing al...
 
  It Pays To Groom Your References
by Rob Taub - Oct, 2009
Grooming your references is essential; knowing exactly where you stand and avoiding surprises can be the make-it or break-it in a search. A little time with a reference can result in great returns. 10 Steps (yes, another “10-Stepper”) for preparing your references to work for you: 1. First phone or visit your references. Demonstrate the importance of your request my investing your time. 2. Ask for their permission eve...
 
  Ten Ways to Overcome Job Search Phone Phobia
by Rob Taub - Oct, 2009
Job search phone phobia is very common. Here are some ideas that could turn your phone into the feather-light tool it should be and not a 500 lb weight. There are many types of phone calls. The calls that give people the most trouble are the “Introductory Calls”. The purpose of the call is to make you known. The goal is to get an appointment or at least another call of longer duration. This type of call is infamously known...
 
  Four Tips to Answering Tough Interview Questions Correctly
by Rob Taub - Oct, 2009
From blatant “Greatest weakness”; “weakest attribute”; “most significant failure” to soft “what might your previous employer say?” even softer “you certainly seem to have a lot of strengths, but we understand no one is perfect” The question will come one way or another, everyone knows it, yet still befuddled by it. There have been many Rules of Thumb (R.O.T.) developed over the years, from making light of the question with...
 
  Is My Job Search Doomed If I Don't Have A Network?
by Rob Taub - Oct, 2009
You're job search is not doomed but without networking you are doomed to suffer a longer more difficult one. Although networking is important it is only one piece in a multiple-channel job search marketing strategy. You help yourself best by working ALL your channels. Some other channels are, · Online networking portholes such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and MySpace · Recruiters and Search Firms · Job sites such as Massachu...
 
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