Writing thank you notes can be a tedious task- especially if you had several interviews with multiple hiring managers. It may seem like an unnecessary formality, but the truth is that hiring managers notice when candidates do and don’t send a note.Read More
When it comes to resumes, small changes can make a big difference. After looking at thousands of resumes for the last 5 years, there are methods that come up over and over again as best practices. With that, here are a few easy things you can do in 5 to 10 minutes to improve your resume.Read More
The reality is that the meaning of work-life balance is different for each person, so unless you unpack that statement, you are at the mercy of the interviewer’s thoughts on the subject. If you want work-life balance, rephrase to describe what you really mean.
For many the idea of changing careers is often more appealing than the reality. Here is the biggest barrier for most people and if you can get past that, some tips for success.Read More
5 pointers, with some help from a few movie clips, to avoid common pitfalls and effectively convey your experience to land the in-person interview.Read More
When considering a possible internal or external move it’s important to make sure you are getting yourself into the right situation. Is this role going to be a step in the right direction toward what you want to achieve in your career? Here are some tips to help with the evaluation process.Read More
Mix up your networking events. Going where everyone knows your name is great for Norm (Cheers reference). It feels good but is it getting you the results you are looking for?Read More
Get more interviews and land your next job in Sales by maximizing the impact of your resume. These simple things are often missing in the resumes of Sales professionals and make a big difference in getting yourself noticed.Read More