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How To Write A Great Accomplishment Statement | Tim's Strategy

Tim's Strategy

Blog Free Downloads Sponsor Resources FAQ [08.02.10] View Comments How To Write A Great Accomplishment Statement If you are regular reader, you may notice that another recent post showed someone similarly posed. Today’s photo shows someone who has just accomplished something great. I used this picture because writing a great accomplishment statement is just the beginning of the conversation about you. Key Metric: What was impacted?

5 Strategies to Make 2021 Your Breakthrough Year

Ms. Career Girl

Make a list of three to five accomplishments that would make 2021 your breakthrough year. Set tangible stretch goals to achieve the success you seek. Your goals should support what you want to achieve. It’s important to identify what success looks like for each goal.

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4 Ways Sourcers & Recruiters Can Show Recruitment ROI

Workology

Recruitment and Sourcing ROI. Every month you and your sourcing team should puts together slide deck of what was accomplished that month. That deck should includes high-level workforce and HR metrics on searches, candidates, and hires, as well as an evaluation of each recruiting channel (Linkedin, Cold Call, Referral, etc.). I am not referring to metrics reports. If you look at the trends within recruiting on sites like Angel.co

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The Biggest Mistakes New Job Seekers Make

Career Solvers

Most people source their jobs through the hidden job market, the ones where opportunities are shared through close contacts and conversations. Instead, explain how you transformed its performance, implemented metrics to improve accountability and the customer experience, or saved money or time. The goal of the interview is to build trust and engagement. The goal is to figure out what they believe is the gap in your candidacy and address it head on.

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4 Reasons You Can’t Write Your Own Executive Resume

Executive Career Brand

I explain that most recruiters and hiring decision-makers source and assess candidates by what they find in online searches of candidates’ names and relevant keywords that lead them to job seekers. I also stress that, since these people search LinkedIn first when they’re sourcing and vetting candidates, they’d better be there too, with a brand-solid profile. Generating chemistry is one of the goals you should be striving for when writing compelling career marketing communications.

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How to Make a Business Case for Hiring Military Veterans #SHRM16

Workology

” Start there to understand your values so that you can establish your goals. Look at business goals, strategy and start to identify what it is you want to accomplish. Measure at periodic intervals like quarterly metrics. It’s easy to overmeasure and be focused on the metrics. You want to make sure that while you are aware of the metrics, it’s not your number 1 focus.

Top Interview Questions: 7 Easy Ways to Prepare for Your First Interview

Career Alley

Are you supposed to focus on your education, your experiences in business, your goals? This is often one of the top interview questions and it comes from ‘psycho-metrics’ compiled by psychologists for job interviewers. The interviewer wants to accomplish 2 things here. Sometimes, the interview process is influenced by ‘psycho-metrics’, body language and even handwriting analysis. Article Source: [link]. Photo courtesy of MF.

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4 Reasons You Can’t Write Your Own Executive Resume

Executive Career Brand

I explain that most recruiters and hiring decision-makers source and assess candidates by what they find in online searches of candidates’ names and relevant keywords that lead them to job seekers. when they’re sourcing and vetting candidates, they’d better be there too, with a brand-solid profile. The mistake they make is trying to cover too many bases, showcasing every area of expertise and highlighting every career accomplishment.

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6 Tips for Creating Great Employer Branding Content

Workology

The goal here is to help you overcome your content problems, paint a clearer picture, and be authentic. . One of the ways to accomplish more purposeful posting is to develop an annual editorial calendar that thematically aligns to your company’s internal communications plan and overall business objectives. Create evergreen content and then stockpile it for future use,” advises Shally Steckerl , founder at The Sourcing Institute Foundation.

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16 Deadly Executive Job Search Mistakes

Executive Career Brand

Failing to set achievable daily goals. Of course, the benefits are twofold – you accomplish something important to your search and you feel invigorated because of it. Not developing benchmarks and metrics to measure progress. On-brand online information about you needs to be easily found by recruiters and hiring decision makers who source and assess candidates by what they find (or don’t find) about them online.

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What makes a blog successful? | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

Posted to: Goal setting | How to blog November 17th, 2009 Del.icio.us Digg Reddit StumbleUpon Tweet This Facebook I have always thought that blogging is a way to reach your career goals. It’s hard to write a blog if you don’t have a goal. Like most goals in life, my definition of blogging success has shifted as the circumstances of my life have shifted. My first goal was simply to understand how to get my writing onto the Internet. Is this your first time here?

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Is Your Resume Ready for a Recruiter?

Career Realism

Here are 3 tips to help you craft a compelling document—even if you’re short on time: 1 – Focus squarely on the goal. Add a resume title, using as many specifics as possible that reflect your goal, such as Sales Manager, IT Director, CFO, VP Operations, etc. Take special note of the metrics behind each story and the impact of your work on the company.

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10 Tips: Asking For Recommendations On LinkedIn | Tim's Strategy

Tim's Strategy

Have a goal to get at least 10 people to recommend you on LinkedIn. What if each of your recommendations for a position reflected back on a key accomplishment statement on your resume? I am a fan of recommendations that include accomplishments. If in your request for a recommendation you can add something like, “in the time we worked together, I felt that I demonstrated [trait] which yielded [positive metric] and had [impact].&#

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On Being A Good Fit For The Job | Tim's Strategy

Tim's Strategy

We can all choose to give candidates more or less credit for accomplishments. You’ll also get a detailed report with personalized interview questions to ask the candidate, as well as a metric that compares their attributes to the best performers in your company. That’s my goal. That’s my goal. Blog Free Downloads Sponsor Resources FAQ [05.16.10] View Comments On Being A Good Fit For The Job This is an interesting topic for me.

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Frugality is a career tool | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

3rd, the goals behind spending money, for most people, are not about their career. If you're starting from the assumption that everyone's goal is to advance their career at the expense of their life, your points might be correct, but that's not true for most of us. Is this your first time here? About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog Frugality is a career tool Posted to: Money February 1st, 2010 Del.icio.us

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