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Job Search Strategy: Weekly Roundup 2.6.17

Building a job search strategy before you hit the market is becoming more and more important.
Their are many touch points and prongs to ensure you capture and win opportunities.
Strategic? Or Transactional?
It’s your choice.

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Posted in Applying For a Role, Career, Communications, Curriculum Vitae, CV, Interview Skills, jobs, Personal Brand, Recruitment, Skills

The power of a few positive words

Sometimes it’s the simple things that make a positive contribution to someones life. The ripple effect can be huge. It can be listening – without judging. It can be as simple as a hand on the shoulder – no words,

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Posted in Career Transition, Networking

Why Facebook needs to be included in your job search strategy

Companies are searching for talent in all the right places. LinkedIn is one of them!

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Posted in Applying For a Role, Communications, LinkedIn, Networking

Defining and Measuring the Attributes of Your Next Role

“I need to get my CV in shape – please help me”! That statement’s often the first thing I hear from my clients.  My response is; “In shape for what?” Most often, they don’t really know ‘for what’.  They’ve just

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Posted in Communications, Curriculum Vitae, CV, Interview Skills, jobs, Others, Recruitment

A Referee Is An Integral Part of Your Job Search Strategy

Obviously a referee is a ‘trusted 3rd party in your job search.  Therefore treat them as a partner – not an afterthought. Who You Choose Identify relevant referees as early as possible.  Aim for at least 3 referees with 2

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Posted in Communications, Curriculum Vitae, CV, Interview Skills, jobs, Others, Recruitment
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