https://youtu.be/DaOtYHfA18w Learn what it takes to land a job in a competitive market. Check out these quick tips for those who keep sending out resumes but can't get a bite. In this two part series, learn what it takes to get your resume noticed and get closer to your next opportunity!
When it comes to social networking, many women tell me that they don't have a clue if they are doing it right. And those who do use it, don't always feel that they are getting anything out of it. The truth is, social networking/media does work. In fact I received speaking engagements, clients and job leads all from Linked In. How? By following these simple steps.
During an interview, it's common to give ownership to the interviewer. However, you can own your responses, and that's a lot of power. Instead of spinning your wheels, try owning the interview with these three strategies:
It is possible to get unstuck and get your career back on track. Building relationships through connecting, keeping your accomplishments updated and staying current with your image will help you stand out. When you stand out, it makes you competitive and attractive. and believe it or not, that's the fuel to get your career moving forward again.
To be successful in your career or business, learning how to network effectively is essential. Transitioning from a "networking" mindset to a "connecting" mindset will bring better results.
The world is full of talented people with great experience. Many of them are competing for the same jobs, clients and leads. In this competitive market, one can't be ordinary. In order to compete, you must stand out and shine.
Today, many professionals understand the importance of establishing a strong professional brand. However, few focus enough on one important factor, the first impression. What does this have to do with your professional brand? It means that your brand and image may be sealed in six seconds and before you even open your mouth.
Whether you're selling services, products or skills for a job, no one wants to be sold to. Think of the negative reputation of hard salespeople. Although my friend wasn't a hard salesperson, most people shut down when they think they're being sold. You get much further when you build relationships first.
To “Claim it” means that you have confidence that you can, and will do it. That’s what Beyonce’ had on Super Bowl Sunday. It’s this type of confidence that’s critical to success.