Posts Tagged ‘interviews’

How to give your interview skills an edge

Do you struggle with interview skills? I know many of my clients have a tough time when they approach the interview. Like many other career professionals, I provide interview coaching as part of my packages. Signs that you need to work on your interview skills Insert extra words (um, er…, ah… you know, like) to…

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Don't lack confidence or derail your job search!

A client interviewed with a battery of executives using video technology (Zoom, WebEx, Skype.) She fast-tracked herself from starting to work with me to write her resume on December 12 to landing interviews with more than one company in a month with holidays in the middle. Just getting into an interview cycle with one company…

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Be Proactive and Realistic in your jobsearch!

One of my favorite things about the career community is the collaboration, learning, and training. I collaborate and learn from my colleagues ever day. My colleague, Melissa Cooley, was up from Madison for her third annual Design Resumes visit this week. We wrote this post: How do you answer, You’re Overqualified? Melissa, like myself, is…

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What are you willing to give up?

These have been tough times. It seems like 5 years now of tough times. Economy started slipping in 2007. Some people have given up a lot. Dreams have been crushed and things have been put on hold. If you lost your job during this time, you felt the angst and uncertainty personally. If you are…

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Are you listening to the wrong voices?

You hear a lot about getting your resume ready to apply online these days. This is very important and that’s why professional resume writers either offer the text resume as an option or as a standard item. Recently, I heard a dialogue between resume writers about being careful to optimize the resume for online applications…

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