Has Your Network ABANDONED You? (10 Tips to Win them Back)
by Rob Taub - Jan, 2011
Running out of ideas on how to stimulate your network? Are your one time 'good contacts' harder to reach today? Let me be blunter: Has your network abandoned you?! How often you can use your network contacts and for how long, IS ENTIRELY UP TO YOU. If you leave that up to them and it becomes "work" for them, expect 'contact' it to be infrequent at best and short-lived. FACT: It's human nature to want to...
Blogging Your Way to a Professional Brand
by Debra Wheatman - Jan, 2011
To blog or not to blog? That is the question! You are a busy executive with lots of daily responsibilities. So why on earth would you want to blog in addition to all of your regular duties? I get it, believe me! As a professional in the career industry who is committed to providing my clients with personalized attention and professional results, it is sometimes hard to find the time. I make the time because I know that...
THE THANK-YOU LETTER AS A STRATEGIC SELF-MARKETING TOOL
by Linda Dobogai - Jan, 2011
Most people forget to send a thank-you letter after interviewing. Mistake. Those who do send one often fail to capitalize on this wonderful opportunity to further promote their value. Big mistake. While it is true that this type of document should thank the interviewer for their time and interest, a greater impact on the hiring decision can be made by incorporating one or two of the following strategies. - Emphasize an a...
Don’t Look for a Job—Make the Job Come to You
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2011
It may be unexpected advice from a job-search coach, but ideally, you should not be looking for a job. Instead, you should be looking for problems to solve and letting the jobs come to you. Confused? Here’s why you need to get off those job boards and readjust your approach: 1. Looking for a problem to solve is more effective. Looking for a problem to solve instead of looking for a job requires you to identify ski...
Secure Contract Roles Through Networking
by Dwain Celistan - Jan, 2011
Networking is broadly considered the best path to secure a new job. It is also a fantastic avenue to secure contract work. This means of entry is not new but it has expanded significantly in recent years. More importantly, it is a lower risk method for both organizations and candidates to better determine if this is the right fit for both parties. Historically, organizations have relied heavily on the interview process to...
Stop talking business when you’re networking
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2011
I was fortunate enough to attend “The Introverted Leader” half day workshop last week with Jennifer Kahnweiler. Jennifer really impressed me personally, and professionally. She has written a book also titled The Introverted Leader, which she interviewed 100 introverted leaders to learn the secrets to their success in a society/workplace that tends to favor extroverts. This involved her asking them how they built upon their qui...
Ted Williams and the New Era of Job Search
by Barbara Safani - Jan, 2011
The job offers are pouring in for Ted Williams, the homeless man whose YouTube video featuring his “golden voice” went viral last Monday. The video was recorded by an employee of The Columbus Dispatch who spotted Williams with his sign claiming he had the God-given gift of voice and was an ex-radio announcer. According to a CNN article, some members of the radio community have expressed frustration because there are so many...
60 Seconds of Networking Advice
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Jan, 2011
You’ve heard it before, “Network in order to optimize your job search.” How exactly do you go about it? It depends on the way you best build relationships and the industry you are targeting. Is the industry you seek employment in best penetrated online or offline? It is not as difficult as it seems. We are all human and we all want to help each other. The idea is to get in touch with as many people you can (in the right cha...
How to Create a Job for Yourself
by Kevin Donlin - Jan, 2011
If you’ve been jobless for an extended period of time, maybe you ought to stop looking for the right job. Instead, try looking for the right employer. If you do, and contact them with the right message, employers may create a job just for you. It happens all the time -- even in today’s economy. Here are three case studies and takeaway lessons to illustrate … 1) Offer to help first and get hired later While...
Leadership Charisma and Employee Engagement
by Eva Jenkins - Jan, 2011
Background on Charisma Arthur C. Clarke famously said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” It is a classic human tendency to describe anything we do not fully understand in magical or mystical terms. The ancient Greeks observed that some people, generally their leaders, had what they perceived to be a “mysterious quality” that enthralled others and made them want to follow them. Becaus...
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