Job Interview – Helpful Quotes

Job Interview – Helpful Quotes Job Interview – helpful quotes if you have one coming up shortly Remember why you are going! “You go to a job interview to discover whether your talents, abilities, interests and direction are a good fit for the job, the company, and the company’s mission.” Susan M Heathfield Research the …

Email Etiquette for Job Seekers

Email Etiquette for Job Seekers Email Etiquette – if you are using email to job search, for business, or to work on boosting your career, it’s important that all your communications are just as professional as they would be if you were sending old-fashioned paper letters. Every email message you send need to be properly formatted, you need …

Thursday Quotes – Acing the Job Interview

Thursday Quotes – Acing the Job Interview Remember why you are going! “You go to a job interview to discover whether your talents, abilities, interests and direction are a good fit for the job, the company, and the company’s mission.” Susan M Heathfield Research the company ahead of time. The more you know about the …

>Networking Your Way to a Good Future – Part 2 – A Pilot List for Reluctant Networkers

>   As I mentioned in Part 1, when you start networking, you will find that most people are generous with both their time and their advice.  If they trust you, they will be prepared to introduce you to others who can help and to give you good advice. But starting to network can be daunting. So …

>Networking Your Way to a Good Future – Part 1 the Mighty List

> Image by HubSpot via Flickr Many experts believe that many, if not the majority, of jobs don’t get advertised.   This is certainly true for the private sector, less so in the public sector.  But the likelihood of a job not being advertised seems to increase with the level of the job.  So the more …

>6 Networking Mistakes And How to Avoid Them

> Image via Wikipedia I am going to be writing quite a lot about networking next week.  But in the mean time just to warm you up, here is an article  from the Harvard Business Review website. It is by Gill Corkindale who is a London Based Execuitve Coach. The link at the bottom will take …