Match(.com) Your Way To A New Job!
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Dec, 2009
FIRST IMPRESSIONS MATTER First impressions matter in dating and job search. I know this all too well as I have moved through dozens of first-date impressions during the seven years following my divorce and before I remarried in 2008. My husband, Rob, and I met online via Match.com. Besides the first-impression story he wrote in his profile that resonated with my personal needs and priorities for a great mate and life-long ...
Ten Tips for Better Time Management
by Tai Goodwin - Dec, 2009
When your life is out of balance, there’s a good chance that you’ll find your self struggling with time management. A balanced life means you have adequate time for work, goals, recreation, family, friends, spirituality and relaxation. It’s what I like to call being “Brilliantly Balanced”. Causes of poor time management Your work can be too difficult or unsuitable making it hard for you to focus on being organized. Yo...
The Eight Major Types of Interviews
by Thomas J. Denham - Dec, 2009
There are many types of interviews serving diverse purposes. Knowing what to expect can help you achieve your goals. 1. Informational Interview The objective of this interview is to ask for advice and learn more about a particular career field, employer or particular job. Interviewing experts in their field is one more way to become more occupationally literate. The knowledge that you gain here will make you a sharper a...
How to Recruit Passive Candidates and Early Birds
by Lou Adler - Dec, 2009
Maximizing your use of time is the key to hiring more top performers. In a recent webinar with Jobs2Web, I described the sourcing sweet-spot. This is the point just before and just after a fully employed person decides to consider looking for another position. This time-frame represents the window of opportunity to hire the best passive candidates and early-birds with less effort and salary premiums than any other point. If...
How To Be More Visible at Work
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2009
In order to be successful in the business world, your supervisors and colleagues must view you as a consistent contributor. But assuming your boss isn’t someone who recognizes your achievements every day, how can you let people know what you’ve accomplished without coming across as an arrogant braggart? Here are a few tips: • Meet with your boss weekly to ensure she always knows the status of your projects. Show enthusias...
Sometimes A Job Badly Done Is The Job Description's Fault
by Gary Cohen - Dec, 2009
Don't blame the poor employee. Usually when employees fail to fulfill the expectations their job descriptions raise, their superiors work with them to improve their performance. If that fails, they are sent packing. Such firings--and all the hurt feelings, wasted time and tried patience that accompany them--aren't always avoidable, but leaders shouldn't overlook the part the job description can play. Sometimes it's the job ...
Could That Sound Really Be Opportunity? During The Holidays?
by Dawn Bugni - Dec, 2009
After receiving the topic for this month’s Career Collective post, I bet I’ve read more than 50 articles addressing different aspects of staying motivated during the holiday season in the past few weeks. And that’s a mere drop in the bucket compared to what’s out there. Today, a Google search using “Job search during the holidays” brings back 97,500 (and counting) results. In fact, digging through my own archives, I found a po...
Four Tips For Effective Networking Follow-Up For The Holidays And The Rest Of The Year
by Miriam Salpeter - Dec, 2009
With so much great advice about how to use the holidays to network, I thought it would be appropriate to revisit an important, but overlooked topic to help job seekers stand a head above the rest at this busy and fun time of the year. Networking is great. Meeting a lot of new people is terrific. However, knowing what to do once you’ve made a contact is just as important as finding the contact. How can you hook your contacts...
Some New Year's Resolution Ideas to Consider for 2010
by Andy Robinson - Dec, 2009
We're swinging into the end of another year; it's a great time to think about what you'll do different or do better next year . In addition to your work goals, personal goals and family goals, consider the following "New Years Resolution" ideas -- all of which should complement all of your 2010 Goals: Some 2010 - Resolution Ideas: Commit to Your Learning and Personal Development This Year Make this the year that you re...
Are You Doing All You Can?
by Harry Urschel - Dec, 2009
Many people are struggling through a tough job search these days and it’s not likely to get dramatically easier very soon. So as the days, weeks, and months drag on without an offer in hand, I’ve got a tough question to ask you...be honest with yourself... Are you doing all you can? I teach an 8-week course in job transition skills. Each week everyone gives updates on what they did that week. However, as much as each of ...
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