Career transition is a full-time job, but you should not sacrifice your personal life in pursuit of your next executive appointment.
Your network of friends, family or former peers can bring tremendous value, and can also be there to support you through the job search journey.
A job posting should be read several times, from top to bottom, inside out and back to front. Here are a few things to look for and expect.
Eight ways to relax when you’re waiting for your job interview to start.
Companies don’t stop hiring staff just because it’s summer. While your competition takes a holiday, double your own job search efforts.
During an executive job search, things might not go according to your pre-determined plan. Don’t give in to negativity.
There are many ways you can be proactive to discover hidden job opportunities. Here are three that may surprise you.
Mobile job search is the way of the future so you need to embrace it. How to use your time more efficiently and advance your job search.
A job search without a significant social media presence, interaction and online sharing will bring little return. Is your job search strategy out of date?
Job hunting while employed can be both challenging and risky. Here are five tips for a secret job search.
More senior executives will be on the job hunt in 2015. Knowing how to define and promote your career differentiators will give you a competitive edge.
A job search is challenging enough, without buying into these common myths that can derail you before you even start!
Being a detective is a lot easier now than when I first became a Scotland Yard detective. Why? I didn’t have access to the Internet. That global resource would have provided me with a whole new array of tools to do my police work. Today it’s a lot easier to uncover facts than it’s ever […]
An informational interview is when you meet with an influencer for general advice and details about a potential future workplace. While it can be intimidating and you may be rejected some of the time, don’t be afraid to ask for these meetings. Conquer that fear, because the more interviews you ask for, the more you […]
Large successful companies such as Procter & Gamble all target their marketing campaigns to a set demographic, and you need to do the same thing in your job search. It’s far more effective to send 10 targeted resumes than it is to send 1,000 or even 10,000 untargeted ones. You need to hit the bulls-eye! […]
Were you one of the job seekers who suspended their job search for the summer and are now about to resume your quest – along with 70% of your competition? While employers continue to hire during the summer months, a fall job search is filled with activity as more candidates compete for fewer jobs. Employer […]
Many people often question the financial investment of hiring a professional resume writer, but let’s look at this from a cost versus benefit advantage. According to Robert Meier, President of Job Market Experts, “98% of job seekers are eliminated at the initial resume screening and only the ‘Top 2%’ of candidates make it to the […]
“Be yourself” is common advice we hear from parents and other caring supporters in our lives, yet you may not always show the best version of yourself. In a job interview, this could lead to being passed over or dismissed. Here are five strategies that will help you convey your strengths, skills and personality in […]
According to a 2013 LinkedIn resource, 42% of hiring managers believe that volunteer experience is just as important as formal work experience. While we’ve always known it looks good on a resume, does community involvement lead directly to work? Here’s how it did for one of my clients – let’s call him Scott. Scott was […]
Many job seekers are under the impression a Recruiter will find them a job. This is false, however Recruiters CAN play an integral role in your job search and career management. In Canada, Recruiters currently hold about 12% of the available jobs at the senior executive level. The #1 thing I help people understand about […]