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Ten Pet Peeves of a Career Coach
in the careers industry I hear many stories of what "turns
off" a hiring authority. Here are some of the top pet peeves
along with some my own. A career coach
can support a client in modifying these behaviors to enhance
opportunities for getting and keeping a job. My comments following
each pet peeve. Read
gracious in life will carry you far, espoused the newest
United States Poet Laureate, Ted Kooser. Attending my son's
recent college graduation ceremony, I listened as Mr. Kooser
delivered the keynote address. Speaking to the graduates,
he assured them that his words would be brief and forgave
them in advance if they didn't remember much of his speech.
Attracted to the manner of this
35-year-career insurance man turned poet, I hurriedly reached
for a scrap of paper to scribble a few notes. Read
After Layoff: 3 Keys for Speeding up Re-Employment
happened? One day you were working and the next day you were
ushered out with a pink slip. What do you do now? Does looking
for another position in today's economy overwhelm you? What
can you do to ensure future job security?
Ten Smart Networking Tips
Smart networking is a major
key to career success. Master it, and you master your destiny.
The following tips will help you become a pro. Read
According to a December 2003 survey conducted by CareerBuilder.com,
38% of the directors, managers, supervisors and team leaders
polled said that they were likely to change
jobs in 2004. Read
a Salary Offer
a proven fact: To return to work following a layoff, you may
have to accept a lower salary than the one you enjoyed in
your previous position. However, there are a few strategies
to employ to try to boost your financial
point of entry. Read the article.
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