I cannot count the number of times I’ve advised people to revisit their resume often. How often is that exactly? The answer is simple: as often as necessary. Whenever something changes, as soon as you have new experience, skills, knowledge, education or training that would benefit your resume, add it.
Whether you are ready to leap into the world of social media or not, people are already talking about you online—and they may not be saying what you want them to say about you. It might not be that they are saying bad things; they just might not be saying what you want them to.
Establishing your online presence is essential to influencing what others are saying about you on the internet. Social media platforms allow you to interact with your target audience and act as virtual meeting places for people to get to know each other.
There are over 800 million active people on Facebook and one of your friends may be the connection to your next job lead. Are you ready? Besides posting that you are looking for work in your status updates, you can make the most of Facebook’s current functionality by making these updates to your profile.
Making a to do list everyday just doesn’t cut it. I found I would work like crazy and still have a number of things left on the list, leaving me feeling incredibly frustrated. I have since learned that every part of my day needs to be purposeful and I need to work smarter, not harder.
Whether you are a professional or a stay-at-home mom, webinars are a great way to learn something new. They’re also a great way to beef up your resume if you are trying to break into a new career or are trying to excel in a current one. Find out more benefits of webinar learning.
Using the phone in your job search does not need to be scary or difficult. This is a look at why and how you would use the telephone in your job search
Your online profile on your social media accounts contributes to your reputation and personal brand. Be sure to manage yours wisely by being selective on what you post about yourself and who you allow to see it.
Your 5 senses are a great way to measure how you will make a first impression. Use this guide as a check when applying in person, interviewing or anytime you are meeting someone for the first time.
A look at how a mentoring relationship can be successful in career development.