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Be Brave! The sum of the parts is greater than the whole!

When you are looking to make a step change in your career – be brave. Ultimately, it’s up to you to make it happen. I’m writing this piece to demonstrate that it is possible to leverage your transferable skills and

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Posted in Career, Career Transition, Personal Brand, Skills

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

Graduates: Marketing Yourself to Score Your First Role

So – in amongst many hundreds of other students, you’re about to graduate. Your grades, practicals and assignments have been ‘OK’. How do you pitch your value above others – especially those with better grades? Actually, it’s not just all

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

5 Interview Skills that Win

You’ve written a compelling curriculum vitae and you’ve won the right to interview.   Awesome – but that’s only the beginning. How many times have you won the right to interview, only to crash and burn at the interview itself? 

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

Selling the Sizzle – Not the Sausage

Years ago – when I accidentally fell into sales, I was passionate about the product I had designed and couldn’t wait to tell the world!  I sold a lot through share passion and belief, but could have sold more. I

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Posted in Communications, Sales
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