Tag: career

28
Jul

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What are the simple steps to perfect job interviews? Others’ Responses: – Be prepared, be yourself, and smile! 🙂 – These are my personal views based on having worked as an executive search consultant and a career transition coaching for over 20 years – my view is that the key candidate behaviors that have influenced my decisions as an interviewer in the selection and short-listing process must include: 1. LEVEL OF

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16
Jul

How To Create LinkedIn Profile Status Update (With Examples) To Tell Hiring Managers You’re Actively Looking For #Employment Every time you appear on LinkedIn your headline or personal tag line shows up. Make sure you brand your headline as what you want to be seen as by the people on there (like hiring managers and recruiters). It is better to brand yourself for the job you want rather than the job you have because the

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14
Jul

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Are you using LinkedIn as an online Resume or a way to network and connect with other professionals for a mutually beneficial relationship? Others’ Responses: – Yes, yes, and yes. It’s a resume. It’s a networking tool. It’s a connection maker. With that being said, just because they are on LinkedIn, doesn’t mean they want to network. I know, crazy huh? Sometimes, we just have to perfect our pitch so they

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9
Jul

Writing a Well-Written Summary on Your Resume Since the Summary is the first section that a hiring manager sees, you want it to make the most positive impression possible. I have a few comments that will help you make yours even better. The Summary should be made up of 3-5 sentences (written in one paragraph) that capture the best of what you have to offer an employer. Consider it your “elevator pitch,” or what you

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24
Jun