October, 2016

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3 Reasons to Start Speaking at Industry Conferences

Ms. Career Girl

The post 3 Reasons to Start Speaking at Industry Conferences appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Brendan Alan Barrett.

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Keeping Your Head Above Water: Our Top Four Secrets for Surviving on LinkedIn

Professional Resume Services

LinkedIn profile development can help keep you afloat. Constructing a professional LinkedIn profile doesn’t have to be extremely difficult. Be Active.

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Why Your Job Search Requires More Than You’re Willing to Give

Competitive Resumes

Your job search requires maximum effort. Don’t obsess over it. But don’t take minimum results for granted by investing little bits of time.

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LinkedIn FAQs for Executive Job Search

Executive Career Brand

Online reputation management and online presence. Executive job search in general. Here are 5 LinkedIn FAQs for Executive Job Search. 1.

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The 4 Career Change Traps You Don't Know You're In (And How To Get Out Of Them)

Career Shifters

If you're getting nowhere with your shift, there's a good chance you've got yourself into a 'monkey trap'. And all that's left to do is wait. Triumph!

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9 Ways to Managing Your Career Successfully

Position Ignition

There is no such thing as a job for life any more and it is no longer safe to think that any one job is secure. Career Development

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What’s the Best Executive Resume Format and Length?

Executive Career Brand

When I speak with executive job seekers, one of the first things they often ask me is how their resume stacks up. Your existing network.

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5 crucial tips to help you stand out at work

Cube Rules

It can be tough to stand out in a company of talented individuals. Here are 5 suggestions: […]. Job Performance

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The Five Worst Things You Can Do After You Lose Your Job

Evil HR Lady

When boss yanks your job out from under your feet , the result can be devastating. Whether you’re fired because of misbehavior on your part or a mistake on the company’s part, it feels awful. Lots of people have been fired or laid off before–myself included. They will only make the situation worse. 1.

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Team Building Days: Expensive Corporate Jolly or Essential Staff Investment?

Ms. Career Girl

The post Team Building Days: Expensive Corporate Jolly or Essential Staff Investment? appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Motivation and recognition.

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How Executive Resume Targeting Works

Professional Resume Services

You can rely on an executive resume writing service – such as Professional Resume Services – to help you craft the most effective resume.

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10 Ways to Build Your Reputation at Work

Position Ignition

If only having a good reputation at work was as simple as keeping your nose to the grindstone and working hard.

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Showcase Your Personal Brand with LinkedIn Comments

Executive Career Brand

[This article was originally published for my gig as the  Personal Branding Expert  on Job-Hunt.org.]. LinkedIn Group Discussions. Bottom Line.

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5 Interview Resources for Your Job Search Marketing Toolkit

Career Alley

interviewing is not just talking about yourself, it's asking the right questions, giving the right answers and expressing yourself in the right way. Interviews Interview Tips Job Search Toolkit

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How to Stop Helicopter Parenting

Evil HR Lady

When you hover over your kid and fix all his problems, you’re being a good parent, but when your neighbor does it, it’s obnoxious helicopter parenting. Or something. The problem is, helicoptered kids aren’t prepared to solve their own problems, which  makes it tough for them to survive in a business environment.

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5 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Don’t Waste Time On

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Don’t Waste Time On appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Carmen Jacob.

Three Quick Tips for Souping up Your Executive LinkedIn Profile

Professional Resume Services

LinkedIn profile development can be tricky. We at Professional Resume Services can help! LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool for executives.

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Get Ready for an Agile Job Search with Nissar Ahamed

Competitive Resumes

When I like a job search blog, I like to let you know about it. The blog founded by Nissar Ahamed is likely to give your job search a boost.

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How Do I Rebuild My Network for Executive Job Search?

Executive Career Brand

4 Steps to Revive and Expand Your Network. Many of my executive job seeking clients ask me that question when we first connect. as outlined below.

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4 Things You Can Do To Be Happier At Work Today

Career Realism

4 Things You Can Do To Be Happier At Work Today. Work It Daily. Related: 10 Reasons Happy People Get More Job Opportunities. Eat Your Veggies. Smile.

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Want a Smart Business Move? Try Introducing Flexibility

Evil HR Lady

Think about your ideal job. Does it involve getting to work at the crack of dawn, barely having time to grab lunch, and getting home after dark—even in the summer? Of course not. The ideal job allows time for family and friends, as well as a good pay check and a challenging work environment. Bosses want an ideal employee.

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Education vs. Experience: Where to Place What, Where on Your Resume

Ms. Career Girl

The post Education vs. Experience: Where to Place What, Where on Your Resume appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Her bio follows. One Size Fits One.

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Interested in Hiring an Executive Resume Writer? Here’s What You Should Look For!

Professional Resume Services

An executive resume writer can improve your resume. Most people don’t think they need an executive resume writer when they’re searching for a job.

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5 Phone Interview Tips to Get That Job

Jobacle

Learning about different phone interview tips is just as much understanding the interview process, as it is understanding the phone interview process.

15 Ways Your Job Search Will Self-Destruct in No Time

Competitive Resumes

Your job search shouldn’t look anything like the movie, “Mission Impossible.” Usually, their cry is to no avail. You’re Impatient.

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Interview Yourself To Prepare Your Resume

Career Realism

Interview Yourself To Prepare Your Resume. Work It Daily. Related: How To Prepare For A Job Interview. That’s the job title, organization, and dates.

2016 56

Please Stop Punishing Your Employees For Being Introverted

Evil HR Lady

Remember back in school when class participation made up 10 percent of your grader? For some people this was the easiest 10 percent of the semester. You know the types–the ones who loved to hear the sounds of their own voices. They commented on everything , whether or not they had something to say. This grade was the bane of my existence.

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Startup Tips are for Women Too!

Ms. Career Girl

The post Startup Tips are for Women Too! appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Ladies, the number of women-owned business in the US has grown to over 9.1

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Effective Onboarding: How to Introduce New Leadership to a Team

Blogging4jobs

Depending on the circumstances, introducing new leadership to your team is both exciting and challenging. Successful onboarding is a good way to start.

Performance Review for Employees: Nail Your First Review!

Jobacle

A performance review for employees is often a dreaded part of any workplace, but it’s a rite of passage! appeared first on Jobacle.com.

2016 69

Giving Women Courage in their Career Development

Competitive Resumes

Women desire to differentiate themselves through making an impact with their ideas. What are you career development challenges?

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6 Tips For Staying Sane During Your Job Search

Career Realism

6 Tips For Staying Sane During Your Job Search. Work It Daily. Tired of hearing the “How’s the job search going?” Be open to help.

2016 51

What Past Names Do You Have Share on a Job Application

Evil HR Lady

I’d like to ask about some special scenarios when an employer asks for other names you’ve been known by, and whether or not the applicant needs to provide said name in such cases: 1. If you go by a pseudonym for a particular purpose (e.g. The birth name of someone whose name was changed as a child (e.g. This answer is for normal jobs.

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Why the “Jack of All Trades” Will Always be MVP

Ms. Career Girl

The post Why the “Jack of All Trades” Will Always be MVP appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Here’s why:    . Business is constantly changing. Ask “why?”

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