I am here today in one of the busiest intersections and one of the business junctions in London. You can probably hear the roar of her cars going around and around this huge Hyde Park corner. It’s a conduit. It’s a feeder. It’s an exit for multiple roads. Think of it as your network. Retain […]
I’m here today in Parliament Square, one of the most famous squares in London to talk about my four job search tips. Have an updated resume. You would think that simple, wouldn’t you? But not a lot of people do, sadly, or they don’t even know how to write a resume. It’s quite complex, because […]
If you are terminated from a job, here are five tips that you need to know… Go see an employment lawyer. They may be able to help you get a bigger severance. Employers also expect you to go and see an employment lawyer. Deal with any anger or rage. It’s natural to suffer from this […]
If you find yourself in a job search unexpectedly or for an extended period of time, it is often overwhelming and disheartening, especially if you are not seeing the response you hoped for. In a prolonged job search, it is difficult to maintain the momentum and excitement that comes with the new possibilities of a jobs search. Therefore, there may be a time where you have to refresh your executive job search to continually invest your time and full effort. Use these tips to bolster your motivation and success!
Here are my top five personal branding tips: #1 Compile and deliver a compelling, resonating, and memorable message. #2 Use the English language to the maximum your message. Use resonating words – words that would seduce the audience and make an impact with them. #3 Weave your personal brand into everything you do. #4 Place […]
Executive recruiters can bring huge value to your career management and career advancement. When you graduate with your executive MBA, build good recruiter relationships right away. In the beginning, it can be daunting, frustrating and cumbersome but it will get you a long way if to develop a relationship with an executive recruiter. Get a […]
These are my top 5 resume tips: #1 No Typos It’s the first impressions that count. When you have a typo or a grammatical error, your resume will be tossed aside. Remember that you are in a competition. You want to constantly make yourself come out as number one. With today’s word processing systems like […]
Leveraging Your eMBA When Networking In all of your networking conversations, highlight the fact that you have an executive MBA. This distinguishes you from others. The MBA and executive MBA are very prestigious degrees. Highlight it on your resume. Portray it as an academic differentiator. Spell it out in full: executive Master of Business Administration. […]
Preparing For Career Termination My name is Martin Buckland. I am an executive career management practitioner. I specialize in managing the careers of senior executives, those who aspire to be business leaders, executive MBAs, graduates and candidates, and mining professionals. Today I’ll be sharing ‘Are You Prepared For a Career Termination?’. Over the last 25 […]
Your Personal Brand. What does that mean to you? I’m standing outside two of the leading global luxury brands, Tiffany and Cartier. You can’t get better than that! And you are actually your own personal brand. There’s something special that you have to uncover. Recognize that you are a personal brand and nurture it. Ask […]
Are You Using LinkedIn Effectively? My name is Martin Buckland. I am an executive career management practitioner. I manage and advance the careers of senior executives, those who aspire to be business leaders, and both graduates and candidates of executive MBA programs. And I’m considered to be a global expert in mining professionals. LinkedIn is […]
Resumes, cover letters, and your LinkedIn profile are very crucial to your career. Learn five tips that are crucial to build your LinkedIn profile.
Networking is a critical component of your professional success. However, networking proves challenging when you’re new to your field or find yourself relocating. But, this is when creating the right connections is most essential and making the right connections will influence the trajectory of your career.
Are you ready for a change in your career? What are your aspirations and dreams? Consider these 6 steps to traverse the path ahead.
Almost one quarter of your life will be spent at work. Do you own your career? Take charge now to be happy, work at a great company and be well compensated.
The monotony of a professional life can plague you with feelings of dissatisfaction and stress. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. You can make small changes that can have a huge impact.
ROI on a job search can be high if you are fully knowledgeable of the process but be aware that myths abound. Let’s debunk some of the top myths.
A recruiter can provide insight and guidance that will help you navigate your executive job search. To optimize the outcome of working with a recruiter, it is imperative you prepare for meeting with the recruiter similar to the way you would an interview with a hiring manager to make the best impression and further your career.
As an executive leader, you have the power to influence a positive culture to your team. A positive culture is comprised of the environment in which you work and impacts each member of the team. Positive culture is imperative to build a team that shares collective values and fosters meaningful relationships that enhance all aspects of the team’s output.
Getting ready for a job interview takes preparation and practice. Walking into an interview when you feel underprepared only adds to your nerves and anxiety. An interview is your place to shine; therefore, you want to ensure you walk into the interview ready for whatever might be thrown your way.