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Job Search Management - Getting Organized
Thu, Mar 23 2017 01:35 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
A Job Search Strategy . . . Get organized in 7 key areas Invest the time up front to get organized. It will speed up your job search in the long run! Just beginning? For those of you planning to begin a job search in the new year, and thinking you have to wait until January to begin work on your search, doing the things described in this article can help you plan and move into your search
Be a Project Manager to Find a Better Job, Faster
Thu, Mar 23 2017 09:20 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
Use Project Management Techniques to Find a Better Job, Faster ... An Overview of the Process for Finding the Job You Really Want Ever been a project manager? Or, have you ever managed a project or a program from inception to fruition? If you answer Yes, then you’ll find
Preparing Your Network for the Changes of a Job Search
Tue, Mar 21 2017 03:50 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
Prepare your family and friends for the challenge of change . . . You’ve heard the expression: “It takes a village.” This old and familiar expression applies to many things in life, and your job search is no exception. Who’s in your village? When it comes to thinking about the village of people who will be involved in your job search, most people's thoughts first
What do We REALLY Mean by Follow-up?
Fri, Jun 17 2016 12:08 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
A Job Search Strategy - - “What do I do?” . . . How Do You Follow-up? Most job seekers know, or discover shortly into their job search, that you need to follow-up. For instance, if you mail a resume to a target employer, you follow-up. Or, if you meet with a network contact, you follow-up. Follow-up is an integral and essential part of job searching. So,
Key Precepts of a Successful Job Search
Fri, Apr 22 2016 02:54 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
precept >noun 1 a general rule regulating behavior or thought. 2 a writ or warrant. 3 Brit. an order issued by one local authority to another specifying the rate of tax to be charged on its behalf. -ORIGIN Latin praeceptum 'something advised'. How you think about your job search is just as critical to the success
Navigating the Ups-and-Downs of Job Loss . . . and Job Search
Fri, Feb 12 2016 11:52 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
Recently I was reminded about the emotional side of job loss.
Why Do Job Searches Fail?
Tue, Jan 12 2016 11:18 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
New Year’s Resolutions . . . It's that time of year when folks observe the tradition of making New Year's Resolutions. They join gyms, start exercise programs, begin diets, take courses to learn a new language, and right up there among the most popular Resolutions is the vow to find a new job! And, they vow this
The Holidays . . . The Most Dangerous Time of the Year
Wed, Dec 16 2015 06:19 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
The holidays – the most wonderful time of year. Except when it comes to job seeking. Then they can become the most dangerous time of the year! Why? . . . Because the holidays, fraught with frustrations, temptations, disappointments, and misunderstandings, can lead to the demise of your job search – that search that you have been working on so diligently until holiday activities
Take Advantage of Fall Hiring Opportunities - 5 Steps to Take
Tue, Oct 6 2015 08:33 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
Beginning a job search? Reviving an abandoned search you started earlier this year? Revving up a lagging, low-energy job search? If you find yourself in any of the above situations, the time is right for you to be pro-active when it comes to your career. Fall has arrived, and with it opportunities. . . . So, for those who have been thinking about a career change, the time is right.
Lost Your Job? Hated It Anyway? . . . Don’t Throw Out the Baby With the Bath Water
Mon, Sep 14 2015 03:15 | Planning and Strategy | Permalink
When faced with a job loss, many job seekers feel mixed emotions. On one hand, they fear the loss of their position and income. On the other, if it was a job they disliked, or even “hated,” they feel relief at being let go and not having to go back to “that place” of employment one more day! If you find yourself in this situation, know that it’s a pretty common phenomena