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  Go On Job Interviews to Get Started With Your Job Search
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
When I start the coaching process with a new client, I am often asked, “when can I start applying for new jobs and looking for new opportunities?” I typically ask them to wait a few weeks until we’ve gotten into the meat of our ideal career program, but tell them they don’t have to wait very long. Looking for job openings in your possible new field of interest will help you learn about the industry and what is out there. Th...
 
  3 Keys to Effectively Work with Your Boss
by Dwain Celistan - Apr, 2011
Workplace success is strongly linked to your relationship with your supervisor. This is important for raises, development and advancement. Your supervisor has a significant role in each of those areas. On the other side, the “boss” is one of the largest reasons employees change organizations. Thus, it is critical to optimize this working relationship. There are three approaches you can employ to have an effective relationshi...
 
  Be a Good Boss – The Provide a Human Shield Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2011
Good bosses play a critical role in helping people achieve success at work. It could be the most important and rewarding role you will ever play in business. My coaching clients repeatedly tell me stories of how a good boss removed obstacles so that they could get their work done with minimal hassle. I could experience my client’s level of engagement soar when they felt their boss had their back. Stanford University mana...
 
  Great Bosses Are Good Coaches
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2011
Bosses determine how happy and productive people are at work. They influence employee well-being and stress resilience. Most bosses want to do the right thing and support their people to achieve team and organizational goals. As a boss who strives to do great work, you may need to be aware of and model the traits of a good boss. Good bosses share similar characteristics. In 2009 Google (the company, not the search engine p...
 
  Celebrating Kindness Day – How to help a job seeker
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Today, my colleague Phyllis Mufson invited me to participate in “Kindness Day.” Via her blog, she suggests perpetrating kindness via Twitter by doing and tweeting acts of kindness, using the hashtag (search tag) #Kindness. Writing about job search and interacting regularly with job seekers, I thought it made sense to also contribute a brief blog with tips about how to be kind to job seekers. It’s very easy to make half-hear...
 
  Spring Graduates – Polish Your Resume NOW And Avoid The Panic!
by Cathy Eng - Apr, 2011
Whether you’ve gone back to school for your Master’s degree or you’re finishing up your undergrad, now is THE time to get your resume ready to start networking and marketing with potential employers. Don't assume that by listing your degree and school, you are finished - far from it! You are selling yourself and your education short by not utilizing essential job skills you earned during your time in school. Besides, preparin...
 
  A Strategy for Work/Life Balance
by Thomas J. Denham - Apr, 2011
We have more to do now in our personal and professional lives than ever before. We are ruled by haste and urgency; we race from one thing to the next. The result: we feel fragmented and often depressed. There is so much mental clutter in our minds that it is sometimes hard to even start. Achieving balance comes from regularly answering a series of questions. Here is my ten step plan: 1. Become Aware - The very first s...
 
  Average Students Can Compete For Good Jobs
by Bob Roth - Apr, 2011
Good paying jobs with respected employers attract the attention of many highly qualified college students. That means that the competition will be stiff. Therefore, students who plan to compete must find ways to stand out from the competition. Many students achieve average grades (C+, B-) in college. However, as you know, many employers only seek students with a CUM of 3.0 or higher. That means that average students mus...
 
  How to make it easier to find you online
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Job seekers often hear how important it is to make it easy to find information about you online. Why? A Cross-Tab research study, Online Reputation in a Connected World, points out: - 75 percent of HR departments are expected to research candidates online - 89 percent of hiring managers and recruiters review candidates’ professional online data - 86 percent of employers believe a positive online reputation influences t...
 
  Job-hunting tips for new college grads
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I wanted to respond to a few of the points from this article on MarketWatch.com, “Job-hunting tips for new college grads”. The author touches on some questions I often get asked by my clients who are job searching, so the issues addressed I find very relevant. Here’s my take on some of the questions she addresses: Should you follow a boyfriend/girlfriend to a new city if you don’t have a job? I don’t think this is a g...
 
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