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The Best and Worst Words to Use on Your Resume

It only takes a few minutes for your resume to be reviewed and either passed on or considered. This is why keywords are so important in your resume. The question is, what keywords are the best ones to use and what are the worst to use. Don’t use vague words such as team player and [...]

By | May 11th, 2018|Blog, Job Search, Resumes|Comments Off on The Best and Worst Words to Use on Your Resume

How to Make 2018 the Best Year in Your Career

Each new year is filled with hopes for making it the best year. Part of these hopes are improving your career and taking it to the next level. For some it is about finding a career that you are more passionate about. Since we are starting the second quarter of the year, it is a [...]

By | January 25th, 2018|Career Coaching, Career Development|Comments Off on How to Make 2018 the Best Year in Your Career

How to Write the Perfect Executive Resume

Your resume is the first thing companies see when you apply for a job, so it’s important that your executive resume is perfect. If you are like a lot of executives, you haven’t used your resume in quite a while, but you know there are a lot of components that make the perfect resume. Here [...]

By | October 27th, 2017|Blog, Career Coaching, Career Development, Job Search, Resumes|Comments Off on How to Write the Perfect Executive Resume

Why Using a Resume Template is a Bad Idea

Since you don’t often write your resume, using a template you can download online might seem like a quick fix solution. However, once you start sending your resume out, you might find you get very little traction. At some point you start to wonder why the phone isn’t ringing when you realize your resume is [...]

By | August 29th, 2017|Blog, Job Search, Recruiters, Resumes|Comments Off on Why Using a Resume Template is a Bad Idea

How to Interview for a Job If You’re an Introvert

It can be nerve wracking as it is to interview for a job, but if you are an introvert it can be even more scary. Here are some tips to ease your nerves, so that you can put your best image forward. Approach the job interview as a regular conversation and reduce the pressure on [...]

By | January 5th, 2017|Blog, Career Coaching, Interviewing, Job Search|Comments Off on How to Interview for a Job If You’re an Introvert

Why Isn’t the Phone Ringing After I Send My Resume?

It can be frustrating when you send out resume after resume and you don’t get any calls in return. But there are reasons why this may be happening. It could be something as simple as they found a candidate that exactly met their needs and are looking no further. Another reason could be that they [...]

By | December 23rd, 2016|Blog, Career Coaching, Career Development, Cover Letters & Thank You Letters, Interviewing, Job Search, LinkedIn, Resumes|Comments Off on Why Isn’t the Phone Ringing After I Send My Resume?

Why Body Language is Important in an Interview

Non- verbal communication can be very powerful. Especially in an interview where you may be paying more attention to your words than your body language. Going to an interview can be very nerve wracking so you may end up giving an un-firm handshake or shifting in your seat out of nervousness. This can create a [...]

By | December 14th, 2016|Blog, Career Coaching, Career Development, Interviewing|Comments Off on Why Body Language is Important in an Interview

Mistakes You’re Making in Your Job Search Documents

It is important to be checking your emails as you are searching for a new job. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of checking your emails for spelling and grammar. That will get your resume passed over in an instant. If you feel like you have been staring at your email or resume too long, [...]

By | November 21st, 2016|Blog, Cover Letters & Thank You Letters, Job Search, Resumes|Comments Off on Mistakes You’re Making in Your Job Search Documents

How to Survive a Layoff and Get Back on Your Feet

Going through a layoff can be challenging. It can be an emotional time for you and you may feel like you are in a bit of daze. But you will recover from it and move on to bigger and better things. Here are some tips to get your through it and back on your feet. [...]

By | November 18th, 2016|Blog, Career Coaching, Career Development, Interviewing, Job Search, LinkedIn, Networking|Comments Off on How to Survive a Layoff and Get Back on Your Feet

6 Ways to Stay in Touch with Your Network

Having a network is a valuable resource. It takes time to build up a valuable database of contacts. They must be nurtured and cultivated. Here are six ways you can stay in contact with them: Because you have worked so hard to build up these contacts over the years, you do not want to lose [...]

By | November 10th, 2016|Blog, Career Coaching, Career Development, Job Search, Networking|Comments Off on 6 Ways to Stay in Touch with Your Network
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