4 Exciting Careers In Sports
APRIL 23, 2013
While many of the highest paying careers in sports actually involve competing on the field, there are areas of business that relate to athletics that do not require you to be good at running quickly, hitting hard, or keeping your balance.
5 Unusual Job Search Strategies That Work
SEPTEMBER 18, 2013
Here are five unusual job search strategies to help you get out of this rut, connect you with decision makers, and start you on a proactive job search. Participate In A Sport Popular In Your Industry. The post 5 Unusual Job Search Strategies That Work appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Résumé Help: Strategies for Recent Grads with Limited Experience
Careers Done Write
OCTOBER 29, 2012
Don could list his areas of expertise or interest for his journalism career (sports and as specific as the sports he has covered) in the summary. Today’s candidate, Don, is a recent graduate with limited experience.
A Strategy For Job Interviews: Three Themes
JUNE 23, 2011
It lengthens the interview, gets you more face time (time of possession for you sports fans) and lands you the job. To have a strategy for each interview. And you can also use them as part of your social networking strategy. The Medicine Ball Job Interview Strategy.
New eBook: The 8 Man Rotation (Who Says Sports and HR Don't Mix?)
APRIL 29, 2011
Today marks the release of The 8 Man Rotation , an ebook focused on the intersection of talent management and sports. Put together by Matthew Stollak with contributions from Steve Boese , Lance Haun , Tim Sackett and myself along with forwards from Bill Kutik and Laurie Ruettimann , it’s an excellent resource for anyone looking to get some more of the game into your talent management strategy (or just a good reason to read about sports while on the clock).
Career Options In Sports (No Cleats Required)
MARCH 10, 2014
Our first exposure to sports is usually to choose up teams and play. From our earliest memories, the purpose of being at a sporting event is to play. Related: 10 Things To Know About A Career In The Sports Industry. 4 Exciting Careers In Sports.
How to Develop a Networking Strategy to Get Your Dream Job
Corn on the Job
JULY 20, 2012
If you’re not quite sure how to begin the process of developing a strategy for networking your way into your dream job, here are 2 simple yet powerful steps you can take to get started: Step 1: Organize your existing network.
Differences Between Hiring a Contractor or Consultant
Hiring Technical People
AUGUST 18, 2015
In my session at Agile 2015, ( Agile Hiring: It’s a Team Sport ) one participant asked me if I hire contractors the same way I hire employees. career HTP consultant contractor hiring strategy job analysis
ResumeBear: Should Tattoos Stop You From Getting Hired?
MAY 27, 2012
Although three of her friends still sport the matching iguanas they chose to symbolize their friendship, Kaylie recently made the decision to have hers removed for an upcoming wedding and to improve her job prospects. “I
Looking for a New Job This Year? Three Things You Should Do Today
Careers Done Write
JANUARY 9, 2014
A great looking and well-written resume is still highly integral to a successful job search and standing out from the crowd is a competitive sport. Job Search Strategies job search Happy New Year!
Stay “Pumped Up” in Your Job Search
MARCH 5, 2012
Invigorate yourself through hobbies or sports. Career Advice Changing Careers College Graduates College Students Featured Articles Job Hunting Strategies Job Market Why ResumeBear? career job job hunting Job Search job search strategy jobs resumebear
Top Five Benefits of Empire Avenue to the Job Seeker
NOVEMBER 4, 2011
His top number one for job searching strategies: “Network, network, network.”. A youth coach with a passion for a variety of sports, her work has been published on Yahoo! Sports since October 2010. Job searching in a tough economy is never easy.
Social Networking for Career Success, A CNN “Top 10 Job Tweeter”
APRIL 21, 2011
Sometimes, those casual tweets will be about sports, television shows or restaurants; don’t be afraid to show your personality online!) You’re reading this blog, so you are obviously somewhat savvy about online resources and tools.
Can Social Media hinder you from getting that new job?
FEBRUARY 28, 2012
Other interests include jobs, marketing, politics and sport. Career Advice College Graduates College Students Human Resource News Internships Job Hunting Strategies Job Market Social Media Why ResumeBear?
Take Advantage of Social Media! How to Find a Job on Twitter
APRIL 23, 2012
She loves to explore psychology, business, and sports in relation to emotional intelligence training. Changing Careers College Graduates College Students Distribution Services Human Resource News Internships Job Hunting Strategies Job Market Job Openings Research Social Media Why ResumeBear?
5 Tips to Curate Social Media Content That Gets Shared
FEBRUARY 12, 2012
Many people have no idea what it means and others are fascinated by the idea of designing their social media marketing strategy. You can share all kinds of information (health, sports, fashion, business, etc) on social media as long as it appeals to your core audience. Have an intelligent social strategy. facebook job search strategy job seekers linkedin resumebear twitter
Tips for Staying Positive in a Job Search
MAY 17, 2011
We all know that being mentally strong and emotionally fit is crucial in life, whether it’s for business, sports, or your career. But how do you stay positive when going through a long, challenging job search? Here are 10 tips that may help: 1.
Are You a One-Trick Pony Who Puts All the Eggs in One Basket?
The Job Quest
JUNE 3, 2011
The basic message here is to diversify your job-hunting strategy. join a group purely for recreation (try a sports-related activity or a hobby you enjoy). But, like networking, how much more effective will your overall strategy be if you use it as one part of your job hunt?
5 Easy Ways To Stand Out To Employers
SEPTEMBER 26, 2013
Show Them You’re A Team Player By Learning An Industry Sport. As we noted earlier, many industries have associated sports- Silicon Valley and biking or Washington, D.C. Strategy career When you’re presenting yourself to employers, you want to stand out from the crowd.
33 Most Unique and Funny Items Sent To Recruiters
MARCH 6, 2012
So sport memorabilia was something he had plenty of access to, and in turn used it to his advantage for networking. Career Advice Changing Careers College Graduates College Students For Recruiters Job Hunting Strategies Job Market Job Openings Success Stories Why ResumeBear?
5 Tips on Managing Millennials in the Workplace
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
As children, they experienced everyone getting awards for sports and went to school when gold stars were handed out freely. Career Advice Featured Articles Job Market Re-entering the Workforce Success Stories career job search strategyBy Terri Klass and Judy Lindenberger.
Looking for a New Career, Here’s a Start.
JUNE 12, 2012
Camera operators capture material for TV shows, movies, music videos, documentaries or news and sporting events. career job job hunting Job Hunting Strategies jobs Online Resume resume resumebearMoney.
50 New Social Sites College Students Should Try Out
APRIL 2, 2011
PerfSpot : This social network lets you build your own website, watch videos and TV shows, watch sports games, share photos, and manage very strict privacy settings, while meeting new friends. Sportsvite : Athletes and sports fans can organize games and tournaments with others in their area.
Job-Seeking Tips for College Graduates
MAY 29, 2013
And if you communicate this strategy to hiring managers, they will appreciate your pragmatism and will perceive less risk in hiring you. These foundational roles are similar to the foundational experiences one has in a rigorous academic program, competitive sports or military service. Career Advice College Graduates College Students Job Hunting Strategies Job Market Why ResumeBear? career Job Search job search strategy job seekers jobs resumebear
How New Grads Can Stand Out To Employers Online
JUNE 25, 2013
Or maybe talking about sports? College Graduates College Students Job Hunting Strategies Resume & Cover Letter Tips career job job seekers jobs Online Resume resume resumebear My little brother is graduating from college this month. And like any recent grad, he’s concerned about finding a job. Having myself graduated in May 2009, directly after the economic collapse, I can definitely relate to the struggles recent grads go through when trying to find a job.
Job Search – From the Beginning – Recruiters Part 1
DECEMBER 12, 2010
You know, when you are playing a game or sport, make a mistake and ask to do it all over again (like don’t count the bad turn)? CareerAlley Career advice, job search advice and job search site reviews Comments By Email Posts Jobs powered by Simply Hired « Fasten Seat Belt While Job Hunting – from your Smartphone Career or Job Change – How Do You Decide?
What Does Dribbling a Basketball Have To Do With Your Career?
AUGUST 27, 2013
Growing up with sports, I see a lot of correlation between sports and careers. This is a guest blog post by Greg Johnson.
18 Easy Conversation Starters For Networking Events
DECEMBER 11, 2016
Talk About Sports. People love talking about sports. If you’re a sports person, use it to your advantage! BONUS: Your Exit Strategy. 18 Easy Conversation Starters For Networking Events. Work It Daily.
Creating Blue Ocean Opportunity for Yourself
NOVEMBER 5, 2012
Some kids in my surrounding neighborhoods had skateboards and the sport was starting to make a comeback. Many years ago, I read a book called Blue Ocean Strategy by W. The Blue Ocean Strategy is based on almost the polar opposite. I believe opportunity.
Start like an Immigrant: Ways to Get a Job Even If Your Diploma Is Fresh Off the Press
JUNE 12, 2013
Richard’s dream was to be an executive of a national sports franchise. The sports industry is filled with ex-players, so Richard knew he had to stand out. Richard became the first Asian American general manager of a major sports franchise with the Portland Trail Blazers. Career Advice College Graduates College Students Internships Job Hunting Strategies Job Market Resume & Cover Letter Tips career job job hunting Job Search jobs Online Resume resume resumebear
Over 40 and Looking for a Job? Being #2 could be your #1.
MARCH 19, 2013
Then in the next breath they tell me how they love coaching their kid’s sports teams, spending time with the family, traveling, going away on weekend. Work-Life Balance career strategy growth phase Job Search long hours looking for a job maintenance phase old habits work-life balance
Job Search strategies that result in connections, not attempts
AUGUST 29, 2010
BLOG.COMPETITIVERESUMES.NET: Job Search strategies that result in connections, not attempts Job Search strategies that result in connections, not attempts For many job seekers, diligence comes naturally. A wide variety of job search strategies is not a roll-of-the-dice.
Take Action On Your Target Network Profile
DECEMBER 9, 2010
The process of choosing a strategy for social networking to find and engage them. Add another adjacent industry (like footwear or action sports) and you add 30 more people to the list. A lot of the ideas to begin implementing a social networking strategy come from a prior post.
2 Strategies for Combating Ageism on Your LinkedIn Profile Photo
SEPTEMBER 23, 2010
Here was my response, and for older (baby-boomer and older generations) readers, you might find some value in these 2 strategies. Profile Photo Strategy 1: Re-frame Age In many cultures, age carries with it a sense of wisdom, social status and authority.
What Do You Want to Be Known For?
Water Cooler Wisdom
JANUARY 3, 2011
It contains lots of tantalizing body hacking strategies from losing 20 pounds in a month without exercise to reversing permanent injuries.
What’s on Your Bucket List? 101 Things To Do Before You Die
Personal Excellence Blog
AUGUST 28, 2014
Take up a new sport. Sports is a great way to keep fit! Whether you’re an indoor or outdoor person, there is a sport for everyone. Here are some sports to try out: Technique sports: Archery, Golf, Bowling, Billiard, Skateboarding, Skating, Roller-blading, Ice skating.
Social Recruiting Saves Recruiters $370 Million+ in Advertising & Fees
JANUARY 21, 2014
It’s a must have as part of your recruitment strategy. Recruiting using social must incorporate mobile into the overall strategy. Otherwise, companies and recruiting teams are building hiring strategies with one arm tied behind their back.
Do College Athletes Make Better Hires?
OCTOBER 30, 2014
Is that a viable hiring strategy? But, if I was asked to put together a hiring strategy centered around college athletes, here''s where I''d look: 1. If the jock in question wasn’t that good, but they had to work their #$$ off in order to compete and survive in the sport in question , they’re not a Ken/Barbie, and they have the three attributes I’ve outlined above that can make a jock hire special, you should hire them. Some people love to hire jocks.
How To Explain A Low GPA In An Interview
FEBRUARY 18, 2014
After a major sports event, the athletes are often asked, “What was your plan?” The same strategy holds true in an interview; winners always have a primary plan and the contingency plan when the inevitable happens: Plan A goes awry. You finally get the interview for your dream job.
18 Easy Conversation Starters For Networking Events
JULY 29, 2013
Talk About Sports. People love talking about sports. If you’re a sports person, use it to your advantage! BONUS: Your Exit Strategy.