Tell your story and get hired by ‘pre-selling’ yourself with your LinkedIn profile. Turn your interview into a mere formality by confirming you’re already a fit for the job.
What does it take to get hired in today's broken career marketplace?
Just a few updated skills to stay a few steps ahead of the recruiters and hiring managers...
Re-focus your strategy and check out a few of these processes and procedures to level the playing field, get more traction, and get more offers.
You need a quiver full of arrows.
Whether you're going for a full-time W2 position, or launching a consulting practice, going freelance, or starting a traditional or digital business, it's tough to get traction these days.
Define Your Value Proposition
Get really clear on the pain you alleviate and the problems you solve.
Draft a Compelling Message
Capture the enthusiasm, the passion, and the commitment you feel for what you do.
Network Network Network
Now more than ever, it's a numbers game. The more people you meet, the more referrals you'll get.
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At the beginning of your career, it’s rewarding to be part of a company where you can grow and learn. But ironically, the longer you stay – especially into mid-career – you may have trouble getting a promotion and moving up. If you and they don’t see your value in the same light, it may
When changing jobs, look for empathetic leadership. Find a manager who is engaged and listens. Your well-being in the job is tied to your success.
Quitting your job may be the right decision, but take the high road on your way out to maintain your integrity and your reputation for the future.
Ever thought about starting a side hustle? Maybe it’s time to jump in. With inflation still high and a possible recession looming, you could build greater economic security and resilience.
When you express why you do what you do, and the value you deliver, you actually don’t have to sell yourself.
Your job interview prep is critical. Stop thinking like a candidate who wants to be liked. Act like a negotiator, close the deal, and get the job.
Hiding your age is the conventional job search strategy for most older job applicants. But it’s an ageist trap. Be proud of your age. Stand up for your age and experience.
Don’t quit work before creating a job strategy. Here’s a comprehensive scenario you can follow to make sure you make the right move at the right time.
If you’re an older professional, you already are or will likely one day be reporting to a millennial manager. Here’s how to take maximum advantage of that opportunity.
Start With 3 Steps
Getting started is half the battle.
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