Tag: strategy

When the Employer Invites You to Sell Yourself

Employers often ask questions early in the interview process that opens the door to a selling opportunity. The interviewer’s motivation in many cases is to decide whether to move you forward in the interview process; some of these questions are

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Developing a Targeted Mailing List

There are two basic schools of thought on direct mail aimed at locating a new position, commonly referred to as mass mailings and targeted direct mailings. The former relies on the premise that if enough letters and résumés are mailed,

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How to Leverage Blogs in Your Job Search

One of the more productive tools to make high-level executive contacts has turned out to be blogging. Many savvy job seekers are now including blogs as part of their research and networking strategy to find executive positions. Likewise, recruiters are

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What’s Driving Your Career?

Is it your personal vision, passions, and innate talents … or is it uncertainty, confusion or even desperation? Are you clear about the type of position that would be intrinsically fulfilling … or are you willing to accept whatever you

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Career Planning

Three quotes from respected leaders may give you some inspiration regarding the importance of planning and goal setting.

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Unique Job Search Strategy for Extraordinary Times

While the job boards continue to list hundreds of job openings, responding to those positions as directed in the ad, seldom results in a response. What I suggest is that if the ad mentions the company’s name or the name

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