Achieving Effective Career Transitions

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CareerAlley Career advice, job search advice and job search site reviews Comments By Email Posts Jobs powered by Simply Hired « Plan & Prepare for Your Interview East of Unemployed (or West of Nowhere) » Achieving Effective Career Transitions “ In a time of drastic change it is the learner who will inherit the future.” – Eric Hoffer Author Byline: Frank B. Today new job entrants will have over 10-12 jobs and five-seven distinct careers.

Lost Your Job? Ask Your Employer for Career Transition Support

Ms. Career Girl

Ask Your Employer for Career Transition Support appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Still, if you want to surpass this stage, you could actually fix the situation by trying the following: Career transition support. Some employers include career transition support, also known as outplacement , as part of an employee’s termination package. Providing career transition support helps employees through challenging times. Career Girl.

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Securing the Right Job or Career Transition in the New Economy – part III

Career Alley

Securing the Right Job or Career Transition in the New Economy – part III. In your quest for the right job or new career, haven’t you asked yourself: “Is there a way to break from the pack and secure opportunities from the 90% of unpublished job listings?”. worker who once earned $100,000 or above is eager to send out 2,000 to 2,500 resume packages to rescue their career and secure a salary close to their prior level! Switching career paths or industries.

In Search of Meaningful Work

Learning Voyager

Many are in search of full-time work in the field they had worked in before the downsizings. For more career transition and coaching tips like this, check out Terry’s website Facilitation Solutions and invite him into your organization as a speaker. Here We Are. Now What? Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream.

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Are You Ready for a Career Change?

Careers Done Write

This blog is part of the Career Collective. I recently conducted a poll on LinkedIn which asked, “If you could change your current career path and reinvent yourself, would you?&# What the poll results tell me is that many people would like the opportunity to change careers. While changing careers sounds nice on paper, doing it isn’t always easy. Making a career change is a big step; due diligence is critical to ensure that you make a prudent decision.

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HR Doesn’t Stand for Headcount Reduction

Workology

Headcount decisions, layoffs, corporate resizing , and downsizing are things that in most cases middle management human resources really has no involvement in. Similar to the corporate PR rep to the press, we must serve as the point of contact for the employee who is being transitioned out of the organization. Late last week I read an interesting comment on a fellow HR Blogger, Charlie Judy’s blog. The comment was this: “HR simply stands for Headcount Reduction.”

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Job Action Day: Create Opportunity In Your C-level Career

Executive Career Brand

Executive Career Services Samples - Executive Resume and Biography Targeted Company and Industry Research for Executive Job Search Best of About Meg Master Resume Writer Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist Publications Testimonials Contact Job Action Day: Create Opportunity In Your C-level Career by Meg Guiseppi on November 1, 2010 · 2 comments Established in 2008 by QuintCareers.com, Job Action Day 2010 – a day of empowerment for job seekers and workers – falls on November 1st.

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Jan Marino – Career & Branding Coach, Author

Boomers Next Step

Contact Podcast Release Submit Article Resources Site Map Home Careers Cover Letters Interviewing Resume Help Age Bias Lifestyle Networking Entrepreneurs Franchising Retirement Start Ups Videos Related Posts Similar Posts No Related Post Finding Work Today Boomer Fitness Walk, Then Run Beginning Triathlete – Important Triathlon Training Tips Why Do You Need a Heart Rate Monitor? Her latest book ”Take Back Your Career” will be released soon.

A Career of Change

Learning Voyager

Throughout my career, I have often found myself in the midst of organizational change, such as. reorganizations takeovers mergers technology rollouts downsizings I've been involved in turnarounds, in culture change initiatives, and in new business idea development. This " career of change " has molded me into a something of an expert on change. This career of mine did not come about by design. Terrence Seamon has had a career of change.

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How to Set Yourself Up for Career Success

Career Rocketeer

Here are some 4 fundamentals that may help you manage the challenging parts of your career journey: Passion: When you truly love what you do and have a sincere desire to serve, it is the most powerful “sales” tool you can have. Today, you set yourself up to succeed by doing whatever it takes-upgrade skills, go back to school, downsize, diversify, partner, collaborate, network, rebrand yourself and your business. Everything Else Ad2 Career Management SEO1

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“Survivor Demotion” – When a Lower Level Job Is Preferable to Layoff

Sklover Working Wisdom

You see, over our many years of working with executives worldwide who have lost their jobs in the course of restructurings, downsizings and other events resulting in position elimination, many of our clients have said to us, “I wonder why they didn’t offer me the other jobs that were available, instead of giving them to less experienced and less valuable colleagues?” And always do what you can to achieve for yourself, your family, and your career. “It is not necessary to change.

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Is Money Your Motivation for a Career Change?

Ms. Career Girl

Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Is Money Your Motivation for a Career Change? Is Money Your Motivation for Career change? Does the foreseeable trajectory for your career make it impossible to meet your long-term financial goals? Does your current career fail to offer you a means to save for your future, especially retirement? If you answered “Yes&# to many of these questions, you may be ready for a new career path.

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Why You Need Social Media In Your Job Search

Career Realism

Mid-career professionals who are sometimes closer to the Baby Boomer end of the generational spectrum, however, may not be as savvy with social media, and are missing out on opportunities because they don’t know what they don’t know. Whether you are just starting after college or you just got downsized after 30 years in the same job, you need to understand how social media plays a role in your job search strategy. Disclosure: This post is sponsored by a CAREEREALISM-approved expert.

Networking Your Way Into The New Year

Career Realism

Conversation leads to the CEO learning that you are currently available because of a downsizing at your previous company. NBCT is a former educator turned Career Transition and Job Strategy Coach specializing in working with teachers who are experiencing the painful symptoms of job burnout. She also works with mid-career professionals from all walks of life who find themselves at a career crossroads either by chance or by choice.