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  Does Your Resume Have All The Pieces Of The Puzzle?
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Dec, 2010
Akin to constructing a jigsaw puzzle, preparing your interview-cinching resume requires the assembly of many interlocking career pieces, each with a small part of the picture on it that, when complete, produces a whole picture. Unfortunately, it is most common for a resume to resemble a starter jigsaw puzzle that, although ‘complete,’ is rudimentary and unsatisfying to the more sophisticated hiring decision-maker weeding th...
 
  3 Keys to a successful start in a new job
by Dwain Celistan - Dec, 2010
Whether you are new in role within your current organization or new to the organization, it is important to get off to a strong start. In each situation, there are three steps you can employ to increase your likelihood of success. First, you need to develop a 90 day plan. This plan should have 30 and 60 day milestones. The plan should include understanding the expectations of your role, determining its impact on key stake...
 
  4 Actions to Reignite Your Job Search
by Dwain Celistan - Dec, 2010
The old adage, “it is a job to get a job” still holds true today. Successfully securing your next position is not a casual, part-time endeavor. By contrast, it requires a sound strategy, effective tactics and a meaningful investment of time. The road to the next job opportunity can be approached differently by each job seeker. Some decided it is something to do after taking a break. Others choose to follow a passion to...
 
  4 Myths about Executive Recruiters
by Dwain Celistan - Dec, 2010
Whether someone is in an active or passive employment search, executive recruiters or “head hunters” can play a vital role. These professionals are conduits to great opportunities for professionals. For many business leaders and up and coming professionals, using executive recruiters can make or break their next step up the corporate ladder. However, the role of executive recruiters is often misunderstood. Here are tip...
 
  5 Ways to win every interaction in job search
by Dwain Celistan - Dec, 2010
To secure your next opportunity it is important to win each interaction with the hiring organization. This begins with a strong, effective resume, through to a professional negotiation of an offer. Candidates should take advantage of support, professional or otherwise to increase the likelihood of success. As an executive recruiter and an executive coach, I see multiple sides of the organization/candidate interactions. Dur...
 
  Eight actions to prepare for an interview
by Dwain Celistan - Dec, 2010
The interview is the culmination of many hours and sometimes weeks or months of effort. This process began with developing and sending out resumes, networking with large numbers of people, applying to positions on line, working with executive recruiters and eventually securing phone screens. Now that you’ve made it to the interview, this suggests that you are someone the organization is interested in considering for a positio...
 
  The Secret of Making an Impression After the Interview
by Ruth Shapiro - Dec, 2010
(This article is an excerpt adapted from my workbook, HOW TO WRITE JOB SEARCH LETTERS THAT LEAD TO INTERVIEWS) The interview is over. You thought it went well, but the employer was noncommittal. You have more appointments set up with other companies. But if you really want the job you just interviewed for it’s time to launch a follow-up campaign of three different letters that will keep you under consideration. How d...
 
  Powerful ways to get your resume noticed
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Dec, 2010
As much as you may want to land your next job, you have to feel for the person who is reading your resume on the other side of the hiring table. I can attest to the brain drain that happens after reading hundreds of resumes with similar phrases and nearly identical conventions… giving the impression that they were all written by the SAME person! Generating attention during this hectic job market requires shaking things u...
 
  Four Ways To Avoid An Outdated Resume
by Cathy Eng - Dec, 2010
Beyond the skills and experiences you list in your resume, the formatting and design you use says a lot about you. Recruiters and hiring managers can tell right away when they look at your resume whether you simply pulled a template off the internet and plugged in your information, or took the time to create a customized, up-to-date document that is a perfect representation of you. They know the current resume trends and pay a...
 
  How To Disguise A Checkered Work History
by Cathy Eng - Dec, 2010
Many of us have, even through no fault of our own, had a bumpy work history. This may be due to lay-offs, illnesses, temporary contractual work, staying home to raise children, career transitions, or a myriad of other situations. You may have perfectly legitimate reasons; however an employer may not understand why you have short tenures or gaps between jobs – they just want the best candidate for the job. But have no fear!...
 
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