Today’s topic is when to negotiate a job offer. Technically, you can’t negotiate a job offer until you have one. But get ready, and don’t get into detailed negotiations until you have a job offer. So, what can you negotiate? There is a whole long list of things you can negotiate with your potential employer, […]
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Today, I’ve got a LinkedIn Tip for you: grow your network, connect with ex-colleagues. So many people don’t realize that everyone has a network. You never know, someone you worked with 20 or even 10 years ago could be hiring. I can write a book on this; many of my clients have found their next
In today’s episode, we will discuss five tips to enhance the impact of your resume or CV. Your resume/CV is crucial in securing an interview, so let’s make sure it stands out. Stay tuned until the end as we’ll also showcase some resume samples. Customize your resume/CV for each job Avoid using a generic resume.
Today’s topic is career gaps: how do I show them on a resume? Be open and honest. Many people have career gaps, so be transparent with the reader. It’s okay to take a career break, but explain the reason why. Unfortunately, many individuals fail to provide an explanation for their career gap on their LinkedIn profile
Today’s topic is build your network now not tomorrow. Network takes building and you need to build it now and not later. Don’t network when you’re in need of contacts I. E in career transition or seeking a job search a promotion or transition. Network while you’re employed, not unemployed. Be defined in a particular area
Are you considering halting your job search during the summer? Think again! In this video, I emphasize the importance of continuing your job search during the summer months. Let’s delve into why you shouldn’t press pause on your career aspirations. The Best Times to Look for a Job Contrary to popular belief, the summer months,
Today’s topic is not investing in your career if you don’t invest in your career it’s like sailing down a river without a panel paddle and the map and a directive so you never know what’s going to happen around the next bend on a river when you’re going down fast water. So take charge
In today’s episode, we’ll explore the functions that are experiencing high demand in the job market halfway through 2023. It’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through the year. Time flies, especially as we get older. But let’s dive into the exciting world of hiring and job opportunities. Before we begin, I want to let
Today’s topic is brand your online presence when recruiting career decision makers search for additional social proof beyond your LinkedIn they want to find out more about you so ensure this is very important ensure that all your social media postings and comments are professional and add value to you.
Today’s topic is be great at what you do there are two sides to personal success confidence and competence your brand should portray you as someone who is confident someone who is confident however if you don’t have the real world competence to back it up it won’t do you much good.
Today, we tackle an intriguing question: Can you successfully transition back to corporate life after experiencing entrepreneurship? Geography and individual mindsets heavily influence the acceptance of transitioning between entrepreneurship and corporate environments. While countries like Canada embrace this back-and-forth movement, Eastern regions tend to be less inclined to re-employ entrepreneurs in corporate positions. Becoming an
LinkedIn is a powerful platform for professional networking and career advancement. One of the key features of LinkedIn is the ability to send and receive connection invites. While some may see these invites as simple friend requests, it’s important to approach them with the same level of professionalism as a cover letter. In this video,
Are you looking to boost your professional presence and enhance your career opportunities? In this blog post, we’ll explore four key pointers to help you elevate your LinkedIn profile and maximize your chances of success. Let’s dive in! 1. Fully Complete Your Profile Your LinkedIn profile serves as an online representation of your professional identity.
Today’s topic is establish yourself as an industry expert be an industry leader join industry associations ask to speak at industry conventions and conferences that’s the way you get noticed volunteer at industry events there are many that you can volunteer at become an executive in one of those associations the president the vice president
Today’s topic is you won’t win every interview don’t expect to win every interview don’t take rejection personally rejection doesn’t define your worth or your capabilities focus on the fact that you put yourself out there you at least got an interview and you gain valuable experience during the process.
In today’s episode, we’ll be discussing a common concern many professionals face: falling behind in salary compared to their peers at competing companies. While this situation may not come as a surprise, there are several reasons behind it. In this article, we’ll explore those reasons and discuss effective strategies to address the issue. Long Tenure
Today’s topic is Showcase your strengths in your resume and your LinkedIn profile. Identify your strengths and talents leverage them to differentiate yourself you want to be apart from other people you want to be considered number one highlight what sets you apart from others and demonstrate your expertise in a particular field.
When it comes to job applications, we often focus on crafting the perfect resume and cover letter, showcasing our skills and experiences. However, there is one element that is often overlooked but holds significant power in the eyes of potential employers: references. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of selecting the right
Today’s topic is Personalize. Personalize Your LinkedIn Connection Requests. Don’t send a generic or empty connection request on LinkedIn. Take a few moments. Just a few moments to personalize all requests. Give a reason why you want to connect with that person in that request. It’s courteous and raises the chances of acceptance.
Today’s topic is, isn’t personal branding a way of showing off? No, it’s about being seen, being recognized. If you don’t step out from behind, you won’t be seen or be heard. It’s about showing up over showing off. Be seen, be known.