Tag Archives: personal brand building

An inforgraphic to help you mange yourself

The following is a guest post supplied to our site by Fundera. Who doesn’t love getting to work from home? Most people see working remotely as an amazing benefit. Though working from home can be a great benefit, once working … Continue reading

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Become A Master Of Business To Improve Your Career Prospects

Have you ever considered taking a master’s degree in business to improve your career prospects? It can help you stand out from the competition, and is a qualification that many business leaders admire. So, whatever industry you are working in, … Continue reading

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10 job interview questions to prep for

I particularly liked its advice about the weakness question, one people too often try to finesse and sound overly cleaver about. Continue reading

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How do you pick your job references?

Pick references who think highly of you. This might seem obvious, but its amazing how many times people pick folks who have little nice to say about them. Continue reading

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CareerCloud.com — a social (media) approach to job hunting

My most important advice would be to arm yourself by becoming educated on all the tips, tactics and tools that are available today.
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Your Perfect Pitch: who are you, in 30 seconds or less

You need to be able to tell a potential employer who you are and how you can help, usually in 30 second or less. Continue reading

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Job tours of duty are getting shorter, another reason to always be job hunting

He wrote of a Harvard Business Review article detailing how the amount of time people can expect to spend at a given job is becoming shorter and shorter. That point is a basic premise of my book, Always Be Job Hunting, so it’s nice to see confirmation of it. Continue reading

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