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  You do what for a living?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Oct, 2010
Some of you out there have nice, easily explainable jobs like “professor” or “salesman” or “consultant”. Others of you have job titles that people either totally don’t grasp or think are kind of odd. As a resume writer, I fall into the second category, with reactions to my vocation ranging from, “Wait, is that a euphemism for your being unemployed?” to “Why would anyone ever pay someone to write their resume?” Most people...
 
  You Landed the Interview – Now What You Need to Know to Land the Offer
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Oct, 2010
I recently met a recruiter for a Fortune 50 company who interviews at least 10 candidates every day for her employer. As we all know, hiring managers are receiving anywhere from dozens to hundreds of applications for most open positions these days. Given that atmosphere, this recruiter offered the following piece of advice: If you get an interview with a company, your resume has already convinced them that you could do the j...
 
  Career advice for conference attendees
by Cherisse Figueroa, SPHR - Oct, 2010
If you’re heading off to attend your industry’s annual conference, gear up and get ready to take advantage of a terrific career opportunity. Check out some tips of how to make the most of this annual event: Don’t Wing It. Walk into your conference with a focused plan. Exhibitors are terrific at this – but conference attendees tend to wander around, play it by ear, and make selections about what sessions to attend by how the...
 
  5 Success Tips for Gen Y
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2010
It's been a while since we've talked generationally, and since these ideas came up in two media interviews this week, I thought I'd share them here: *Focus on acquiring transferable skills. You have all the time in the world to get promoted and have the responsibility of a senior executive. Enjoy not having to take care of anyone but yourself and focus on acquiring skills like project management, budgeting, sales, mark...
 
  Career Today—Gone Tomorrow. Now What? | Finding “Right-fit” Job Options
by Dawn Lennon - Oct, 2010
Read the paper. Watch the news. Get an endless dose of pundit certainty about the uncertainty in the job market. If you have a job, the news makes you uneasy. If you don’t, it makes you sweat. You can let the job market control you or you can step up! Who’s making the rules? When times are tough, we can allow ourselves to be paralyzed or stoke ourselves to act. We can choose to see the options or imprison ourselves...
 
  How to Command the Room
by Brad Karsh - Oct, 2010
In our business, speech is spontaneous. We don’t have the benefit of memorized presentations or teleprompters. Sadly, we’ve all experienced a meltdown or two. I’m sure there are a few of you who wish you would have said something a bit differently in the presentation. Maybe you wish you had the ability to press rewind in the interview, or you even wish you were more persuasive when you were talking with your boss. The...
 
  How to Make a Great First Impression
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
In the Concise Oxford Dictionary, image is described as “the character or reputation of a person or thing as generally perceived.” Within seconds of meeting you, based on a single observed physical trait or behavior, people will assume to know everything about you (Social Psychology by H. Andrew Michener, John D. Delamater and Daniel J. Myers). Furthermore, according to research by Dr. Albert Mehrabian of UCLA, appearance and...
 
  Improve Your Health at Work
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2010
Today’s business environment can be a harsh place, and in addition to being difficult to cope with, it can also negatively impact your health. Check out this eye-opening research courtesy of U.S. News and World Report’s Liz Wolgemuth and learn what you can do to improve your situation. Stop eating at your desk According to the Royal Society of Chemistry, workers who sit at desks covered with crumbs from the last few week...
 
  The Job Seeker’s Death Knell—Believing Your Own Excuses
by Dawn Lennon - Oct, 2010
Beating the pavement does more than wear out your soles. It can wear out your self-confidence. Rejection is strength sapping. When the reward for trying hard and staying the course keeps netting a big fat zero, we become frustrated beyond belief, plagued by that nagging question, “Why?” Hiring decisions are the great unknown. When we walk out of a job interview, we usually have a sense of “how it went.” If we think i...
 
  Tips for Writing A Winning Proposal
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
So how do you or your organization get up to $600,000 in state funds to underwrite the mission of your choice? Well, you have to ask for it, as any well meaning friend or relative will tell you. But how you ask is critical. Grant proposals have to sing -- and gain the attention of the funding source as surely as a mezzo-soprano reaches the upper balcony. Lots of frugal nonprofits have concluded that money spent on a profes...
 
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