Category Archives: Job Search

Build Your Perfect Elevator Pitch

So, what do you do?” You’re probably used to hearing this question at a networking event, or during an interview. And if you haven’t prepared your Elevator Pitch, you’re probably also used to stumbling through the answer! Most professionals don’t have an Elevator Pitch, either because they don’t go to networking events, they don’t expect […]

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The 7 Things You Need to Do to be Successful on LinkedIn!

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As a LinkedIn Expert speaking at many events, I am always asked, what are the most important things to do in LinkedIn to be found. While much work is needed in branding and presentation of your information, here are the 7 most important things to do: 1) Create a Solid Profile as Your Personal and/or […]

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Suffering Through a Never-Ending Job Search? Build Your Mental Resilience

At one point or another, everyone is faced with some form of a major career setback or challenge: a never-ending job search, losing a big client, lay-offs, long-term unemployment, unappeasable bosses, and other confidence draining scenarios. The biggest challenge for professionals is getting through those setbacks and coming out on top. In today’s world, success […]

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Did You Know – 2016

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Do You Know How to Prepare for STAR Interviewing?

STAR Interviewing Response Technique for Success in Behavioral Job Interviews One strategy for preparing for behavioral interviews is to use the STAR Technique, as outlined below. (This technique is often referred to as the SAR and PAR techniques as well.) Situation or Task (ST) Describe the situation that you were in or the task that […]

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The 25 Most Popular Behavior Based Interview Questions

Tell me about a time when you……… Worked effectively under pressure. Handled a difficult situation with a co-worker. Were creative in solving a problem. Missed an obvious solution to a problem. Were unable to complete a project on time. Persuaded team members to do thing your way. Wrote a report that was well received. Anticipated […]

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