Today’s topic is use your purse your performance appraisals Use your performance appraisals. If you are struggling, you have little information or you’re not being able to articulate it in your mind. Look at your performance appraisals when you are constructing your resume, your CV, they can be a memory jogger to you. They probably […]
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This is not a joke So many people around the world cannot articulate on exactly who they are. This is very scary. You should know who you are. Can you succinctly tell me who you are? It’s part of your personal brand. Knock, knock. Who’s there?
Today’s topic is “I am receiving zero replies in my job application.” There are many reasons that perhaps you aren’t getting the traction that you really want. So when a client or potential client calls me and says they aren’t getting traction in their job applications. I ask them to come forward to me with
Today’s topic is stay in touch with executive recruiters. This is a good career management tip. Once you’ve established a relationship, open dialogue with an executive recruitment recruiter, maintain that relationship. They want to know you when you are employed, not just when you’re unemployed. This is very, very important. They don’t want to pick
Don’t expect an instant call from a job application Jobs posted on job boards have an end date. That end date can be up to eight weeks. So if you post today or apply today, it might be eight weeks before you hear anything from the potential employer. So my message to you today is
Today’s topic is about missing out on promotions and feeling frustrated about it. It’s a common experience that can affect your career management and psyche. Here are some tips and tricks to help you overcome these challenges and increase your chances of success: Recognize the Reasons for Your Frustration There are many reasons why you
Today’s topic is, a job search is like a minefield. There are so many components, it’s like a jigsaw, to a job search. One just one mistake and you could blow yourself up in a mine you have to navigate through the that minefield. Are you ready to void job search mines? If not, let’s
I am Martin Buckland and I’m an executive career management practitioner, and I manage and advance the careers of senior executives and those who are part of e business leaders across the world. So today’s topic is, the culture at work is toxic. I need to get out. So let’s start off with a very,
Today’s topic is have you been with your employer too long? Have you been with your employer too long? How long have you been with your same employer? If you’ve been with your employer six or more years, It’s now good career management to start looking for a new opportunity, a new job external to
Today’s topic, networking is crucial in career management. Follow over. 20, 20 20 networking rule, 20% nurturing your existing connections. 20% meeting new contacts and 20% helping others connect. Networking is a two-way street. Happy networking.
Today’s topic and I can sympathize with many people is six months and I am still, still in a job search six months, and I am still in a job search while we go through this presentation, this podcast today. If anybody’s got any questions, any questions on executive career management, doesn’t have to be
Today’s topic is Stimulate Impact with Action Verbs in your Resume or CV. Use action verbs to add intrigue and capture attention. You want to wow the reader. For example, instead of “increased,” consider using “catapulted,” “propelled,” “elevated,” “uplifted,” or “raised.” Think about incorporating action verbs when writing your resume.
Today we’re gonna talk about no need, no need to have to take a salary decrease. Recruitment is so strong, so robust, you don’t need to take a salary decrease in today’s economy. In fact, you should seek a large increase in your salary.
Today’s topic is Sell. Sell Your Lean Methodology Knowledge. So many people leave out their lean methodologies in their resumes and their LinkedIn profile. Lean is a great skillset. It’s a great selling point. Break all your lean methodologies and your knowledge down on your resume and your LinkedIn profile. List them all. They are
Today’s topic is when one door opens another one, when one door, sorry. When one door closes, another one opens. If you are terminated and people are terminated, even in good. It could be a very traumatic occasion. You get the anger, the rage, the why me? The questions are asked, why you. However, recruitment
Today’s topic is whether a resume is still needed in the current age. There are various opinions on this as technology and application tracking systems (ATS) have evolved. However, a resume is needed more than ever before. A resume is still very relevant, but it needs to be updated and ATS-friendly. It should be a
Today’s title is The Can Fall At Any Time on Your Job. Mondays, which is today, and Tuesdays are the two prime days for, for terminations, for exiting people outta corporations. If you were to exit today, you were asked to leave your company, are you prepared? Is your resume ready? Is your LinkedIn profile
Today, top topic is sit in the driver’s seat for career management. Don’t be a passenger or a backseat driver. Take the steering wheel and control your career. You have a long journey going in and out. Make sure you take control. You have direction over that journey. You are in charge of your career.
Today’s topic is I am stressed, not getting enough interviews. I hear that quite a bit, and people are very frustrated when I present across the world. Job search is a frustrating project. It is a project. Treat it as a full, if you’re in career transition, unemployed. It doesn’t matter where you are in
Today’s topic is networking is Crucial. Crucial to your career management. So many graduates from different universities across the world fail, fail to use their alumni as a source for leads and ideation. Take this on board. You are part of a club that alumni club use. Your alumni, they all have a huge network.