Tag Archives | Job Search

Indeed.com – Search Quality: Doing What’s Best For Job Seekers

Search Quality: Doing What’s Best For Job Seekers Indeed was founded on a simple idea: we help people find jobs. To deliver on that promise, we provide job seekers with the most comprehensive and relevant search results possible. If there is a job available, we want to make sure it can be found quickly and […]

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Success and Failure – Treat These Two Imposters Just The Same.. Rudyard Kipling

How do you define Success?   I really like this article from Dr. G. My clients are so hard on themselves in job search and I really think we need to stop comparing ourselves and just start really taking care of ourselves. IF YOU CAN MEET WITH TRIUMPH AND DISASTER AND TREAT THOSE TWO IMPOSTORS […]

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Networking Tips

    What is Networking? The exchange of information or services among individuals, groups or institutions. Sharing information by having personal and professional conversations.   Why is Networking so important to your job search? It’s the best way to get your own message out there. It’s about gathering information such as: Company, Salary, Market, etc. […]

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Bragging! You need to do a lot of it during your job search process.

One of my clients just finished a great [short] book that you may find helpful,  Brag! The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It.  Peggy Klaus is a communications coach who works with individuals and Fortune 500 companies on a national/international basis.  My client has known Peggy for many years through a professional woman’s organization […]

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What the Economist says about the “Net Geners” and Multigenerational Workforce

Managing the Facebookers Dec 30th 2008 From The Economist print edition The balance of power between old-school managers and young talent is changing—a bit Illustration by David Simonds THEIR defenders say they are motivated, versatile workers who are just what companies need in these difficult times. To others, however, the members of “Generation Y”—those born […]

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Don’t start your job search out in last place!

Remember when you were a kid and you played sports or participated in some type of competition? Did you ever visualize yourself in last place? NO! probably not. Well then why do you start your job search out in LAST PLACE IN YOUR MIND? Everyday I hear my clients say the following: I know I will have […]

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Inaction breeds doubt and fear… Get busy with your job search!

Inaction breeds doubt and fear… Get busy with your job search! “Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.” — Dale Carnegie, Author I really love the quote above. It’s so important to put a […]

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