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    Moving Up the Ladder - Promote Yourself Without Bragging (or Selling Short)
by Rick Gillis and Tim Muma - Dec, 2015
Promoting yourself and trying to professionally tout your own experience and skill is one of the more common challenges people face when it comes to their careers. Bragging make you look conceited or selfish, but if you say nothing, who will? Rick Gillis, career expert and author of "Promote! It's Who Knows What You Know That Makes a Career," talks about the subtle and effective ways to make other aware of your value. He gives...
 
    Job Search Guide - Authentic Networking the Key to More Job Leads
by Debra Feldman and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
There's hardly a doubt that networking leads to the most and best employment opportunities; however, connecting the right way can still be a challenge. Debra Feldman, the Job Whiz, joins Tim Muma to give her experienced take on creating authentic networking relationships that last and give you more job leads. Debra breaks down the most important actions you can take to become a networking pro while bonding with others on a gen...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Technology's Impact on Communication
by Roger Whitson and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
Communication has always been a hot topic in the world of employment. Each year, communication is listed as one of the most important skills, but also the one needing the most work. Roger Whitson, professor of English at Washington State University, discusses how technology is impacting our language and communication, particularly in the professional world. He explains to Tim Muma that college students need to recognize and ut...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Creating Job Opportunites in College
by Sarah Kikkert and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
One of the best ways to learn is to get first-hand accounts from the individuals who have recently lived through the exact scenario you're currently in. With that, Tim Muma is joined by Sarah Kikkert, the communications and social media coordinator for the Wisconsin State Fair. Sarah hasn't been out of college for long, but she took every opportunity to work, learn and network while she was in school. Sarah describes the keys...
 
  LinkedIn Job Search: True Story of a LinkedIn Letter that got Noticed!
by Sharon Cohen - Feb, 2016
One of my most popular workshops and career coaching topics is "LinkedIn Email Outreach Letters." Many people want to do this, but aren't sure how to navigate the technical intricacies and the etiquette. Recently, I helped a new, business client optimize his LinkedIn profile to attract employers. We optimized all the key sections based on his strengths and career goals. Then, we crafted a targeted LinkedIn Letter to a recr...
 
  How To Get Back On Track After Working In A Job Outside Your Usual Career Path
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2016
Problematic situations. That is why most of our clients come looking for resume help. You are not alone! There are plenty of good reasons you may have left your career… Your spouse took a great job in a new city, and since you weren’t really ready to be single, you quit your job and went with. Or, you reached that point in your life where you wondered if maybe you could be a ________ (fill in the blank with that thing you a...
 
  Are You A Contingent Worker
by Robin Schlinger - Jan, 2016
Recently, the Harvard Business Review published some interesting statistics on jobs of the future. They focused on the category of “contingent workers,” those who are independent contractors, consultants, and freelancers. By pulling together research from several sources, they found that the average company currently hires nearly 35% of its staff as contingent workers; the category is growing; and it currently involves about 6...
 
  How to grow your job search network
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2016
Don’t rest on your networking laurels if you’re in the market for a job — of if you are thinking of starting or growing a business. Once you identify your network, you’ll want to get to work expanding it. You never know who “knows someone who knows someone.” Everyone you meet and impress with your skills and savvy is a potential link to your next great opportunity. Incorporate these plans into your networking: Learn how...
 
  The One Relationship That Will Change Your Career
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2016
Many well-respected leaders share a secret to career success: having a mentor who guided and advised them along the way. I have relied on the wisdom of a helpful circle of professionals over the years, and I have benefitted from being a mentor, as well (as my readers know, I’m a big fan of the “reverse mentor,” in particular). One thing we don’t hear about often enough: Mentorship is a two-way street. Millennials need to be...
 
  The Old Career Path is a Dead End. Here's What's Taking It's Place In 2016
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2016
The definition of “career” is in major transition. Forget staying with a company until your golden anniversary; many millennials don’t stay with a company long enough to celebrate even one anniversary. Over the past few months, I’ve been talking to millennials and leaders at companies and universities about the new path to career success for young professionals. I’ve identified two intriguing trends for 2016. WE’RE ALL W...
 
  2016 May Be Your Year for a New Career
by Amy Watson - Jan, 2016
“Is it just too sad to be over 40 and still figuring out what you want to be when you grow up?” This question came from a women in a job-seekers coaching group I co-lead with Sharon Hamersley, The Resume Coach. “Who do you want to be?” is a question we ask of young people until they’re about 23, when we suddenly stop and assume this decision has been made. It’s in the past. Whoever you are, that’s it. You have decided. But...
 
  Are You Telephone Savvy? Part 2
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2016
1. Knowledge: Before you make a call have the required information. 2. Goals: Know what you want to accomplish. 3. Attitude: Make the person feel that you're interested in him and the message. -- Make a great first impression. Show the caller that you're helpful, confident and competent. If a potential employer's first contact is over the phone, she gets cues from your voice. You can influence your listener's reacti...
 
  Communicating Better - 4 Social Signals
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2016
Successful people are great communicators who recognize that conversations are part of an evolving social process. They aren’t just skilled listeners; they’re attuned to subtle social signals that are more revealing than words alone — and they use them to their advantage. We’re more connected than ever before. The ability to reach out and communicate with people around the globe has never been more accessible. But are we p...
 
  How To Love Networking (Even If You Hate The Word)
by Lindsey Pollak - Dec, 2015
The word “networking” sometimes gets a bad rap – all those connotations of speed dating-style awkwardness, business card collecting and name tags at stuffy functions. Instead, let’s call networking what it should be: relationship building. And nothing – nothing! – in your career will be more important than this. Years ago, relationship management revolved around the Rolodex, a revered device that represented the corners...
 
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