Can Blogging Help You Get a Job?
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2011
According to the Nielsen Company’s BlogPulse, there are over 161 million public blogs in existence. Clearly, writing a blog is an amazingly popular thing to do. But can writing a blog lead to career opportunities? The answer is increasingly yes. When done in a professional way, writing a blog can lead to many benefits in your post-college job search, including real internship and job opportunities. Here are a few of the be...
Evaluate Your Coach Before You Hire
by Wendy Adams - May, 2011
Just as organizations evaluate consultants before hiring them to provide guidance; it is critically important to carefully evaluate a career coach when seeking assistance in your career. Finding the appropriate coach will make all the difference, and can often: 1) increase your chances of finding employment, 2) assist you with promotion opportunities, or 3) get you more money at the negotiation table. Finding the best coach,...
How Corporate Culture Drives Engagement and Accountability
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - May, 2011
Corporate culture is critical to an organization’s success. However, when I ask my clients to describe their culture their description is often very fuzzy. I often facilitate 360 feedback surveys for my executive coaching clients. When I interview the client’s raters I get a pretty clear idea on how employees view the culture at work. Culture can be seen as the context or environment that supports or impedes people being full...
Improve Your Resume with 3 Resume Writing Tricks from Professional Resume Writers
by Marcia Robinson - May, 2011
Professional resume writers can improve the look and value of a resume in a few minutes with these resume writing tricks. Some job seekers can do the same. Although there are definite advantages to using professional resume writers, for content and branding, job seekers can improve their resumes if they apply these three tricks of resume writing trade used by professional resume writers. Need to proof read for errors? Use...
by Nan S. Russell - May, 2011
Since she'd been referred by a good client, I rearranged my schedule to accommodate a phone meeting for what she described as a "pressing decision" about a potential business endeavor I had experience with. The day before our appointment, the call was confirmed and it was verified that she would call my office at the arranged time. When the time arrived and no call came, I was surprised. Fifteen minutes later, still no call...
Viewing Your Employee File
by Randy Enochs - May, 2011
Probably one of things employees often do not know about, at least in Wisconsin, regards their right to view their employee/personnel file. A lot of employees wonder what happens with those yearly reviews, disciplinary write-ups and handbooks and often never see these materials unless they are terminated. In Wisconsin employees are allowed, under law (Wis. Stat. sec. 103.13), to view their personnel file twice per year within...
What American Businesses Can Learn
by Eva Jenkins - May, 2011
The military strike against Osama bin Laden is a case study in how employee engagement drives success says Washington, D.C. area business consultant Eva Jenkins. The recent historic military strike against Osama bin Laden is likely to remain front page news for some time to come with lasting impact on both military and political policy-making. As a consultant who focuses on ‘human capital’ in the business world, Eva Jenki...
Eight Cover Letter Don'ts
by Caitlin McNally - May, 2011
Many companies will not even look at your resume if you don't include a cover letter. Writing a cover letter will show the company that you really want the position and will allow you to show why you are a good fit for the job. Here are eight cover letter "faux pas" that you will want to avoid when composing a cover letter. 1.) Don’t address the wrong person or company in your cover letter. This will likely disqualify you f...
It isn't the work... It's the place
by Kimberly Schneiderman - May, 2011
Have you ever started a new job that was supposed to be great only to discover that while the work was fine, the place was just awful? Perhaps the budget for marketing was nil. Maybe the boss gave no direction…or too much direction! Did they move from downtown to uptown within a couple months? Wouldn’t it have been nice to know some of these things before you accepted the job offer? Here are some questions you can ask, along...
Job Search: Be a pest…in a good way
by Hallie Crawford - May, 2011
On a group coaching call last week, clients Herman and James were discussing the best ways to follow up on a job application. I always suggest, depending on the employer’s time frame and how connected you were to them during the interview, to follow up consistently but in a reasonable (but not to pesty), timeframe via phone if possible. I prefer the phone over email because email could get lost. Also, over the phone, people...
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