An executive-level job search is unique. As a professional, you are used to delivering results, and seeing results delivered to you in return. You have little patience with methods that are lengthy or ambiguous or that rarely hit their mark. Therefore, in today's competitive marketplace and challenging economic climate, "your" job search is particularly challenging, and finding the right professional position for "you" can become complex and frustrating. "'The Fast Track Guide to a Professional Job Search'" was written to take the guesswork out of finding the right executive-level position for you. Serving as your handy guide and indispensable companion, it contains everything you need to drive your job search and career forward. It takes you all the way from setting your career path, through the planning and strategizing, the execution, the emotional rollercoaster, and all the way to offer evaluation and acceptance. Written by Joanie Natalizio, a professional executive coach who steers a successful business coaching practice, 'The Fast Track Guide to a Professional Job Search' teaches you to distinguish yourself, present your unique strengths and capabilities, and make sure an offer is a good fit for you before you accept it. All through the book, the easy to use checklists make sure you stay on track. How to create a professional biography and tips on evaluating compensation packages are just a few of the many executive job search topics discussed. Joanie reveals little known tips traditionally restricted to executive career coaching sessions, so that you have an extra edge in your job search. With "'The Fast Track Guide to a Professional Job Search'" at hand, you can proceed in your executive job search with clarity, competence and complete confidence.
In the 2nd edition of the book, 'I'm in a Job Search--Now What (2nd Edition)' you will have a step-by-step guide for the job searching process. The book not only covers job searching strategies, but additionally gives information on how to be in a continuous process of career management. No longer are people climbing ladders in employment. Instead, they are on a ramp and need to constantly make strides to progress and maintain their position. The newly updated and expanded book provides 100+ resources and tips to guide you through the job searching process to help you stand apart from your competition. Included in the book: Goal Setting Personal Branding Five strategies for building visibility on Google to accelerate your job search since recruiters, employers, and companies Google potential candidates prior to contacting them for an interview Using Social Media platforms (i.e. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, etc.) in the job search process New section on Pinterest giving you information on the potential this hottest social media platform has for a person in a job search, including tips on how to use it as part of your career marketing plan Interview with Erin Blaskie on how to develop compelling content and capture quality videos for the new, emerging platform for video biographies, Google visibility, etc. Interview with Jeff Lipschultz, Principal at A-List Solutions and a recruiter, on tips for working with recruiters, getting your resume to the top of the pile, etc. Developing a targeted list of companies where to work Research tools to help in interviewing Interview strategies, including the questions you want to research BEFORE an interview to stand out in the interview process Networking Tips on how to customize your resume for different positions to demonstrate to the employer why YOU are the best fit for the position and much, much more!
Most people believe that you can select a job in which you make money or implement social change...but not both. In I Want to Work in an Association--Now What?, Charlotte Weeks shows you that this is a misconception and that you can build a career in which you do good while making money. Charlotte reveals the value of professional associations as employers. This is the career book for people who want to make the world a better place without sacrificing normal aspirations, including a competitive salary. Whether you¿re already an association executive, seeking promotion to a leadership position, or looking to strengthen your personal branding, this book has value for you.
This is the third edition of this popular book. Just a few years ago, you could upload your resume to one of the top jobs sites, click a few times to apply for some jobs, and consider your job search well underway. Today, that isn't enough. The job market is becoming increasingly competitive. Hiring managers are overwhelmed with applications and are looking at new and different ways to recruit online. Hiring has changed and so has job searching. It's more complicated than it used to be and job seekers need to be prepared to use all the online job search tools to their advantage. Online job searching often seems like it can be a complicated endeavor. It doesn't have to be - there are tips and tricks you can use to make the process run smoothly and simply. Alison Doyle will provide you with everything you need to know on how to build your career and find a new job. Goals for the reader: This book will provide you what you need to know and step you through the process of online job searching, professional branding, social and professional networking, and career building with uncomplicated advice, tips, and techniques on how to effectively find a new job and grow your career.
This is the most complete career resource guide book for engineers dealing with the non-technical side of engineering. It provides career advice for engineers at all stages of their careers, whether newly graduated, mid-career, or soon-to-be-retired. This book provides many real world, practical, proven, common sense career tips supported by actual work and experiences/examples. Tips deal with problems the engineer may encounter with supervisors, co-workers and others in the corporation. The book provides step-by-step guidance on how to deal with career problems and come out ahead.
Most college students get very little help finding their first big job. This book is designed to change that. Learn everything you'll need to know to get your dream job. This book explains how to prepare your job hunting strategy, customize your resume, and nail your interviews. The author is a corporate recruiter who shares insider tips for what employers look for in job candidates. In this book, he includes tricks for moving your resume to the top of the pile and instructions for dazzling hiring managers with amazing answers to their interview questions. It contains step-by-step instructions to help you get the job you want.
Serving as a handy guide and indispensable companion, this edition contains everything one needs to drive a job search and career forward--from setting a career path, through the planning and strategizing, the execution, the emotional rollercoaster, and all the way to offer evaluation and acceptance.
What do you really want to do? Finding the perfect career isn't easy, but it's certainly attainable. This guide offers readers the chance to trade in their unsatisfying jobs for fulfilling careers. This book helps them by providing a process of self-assessment that includes questions on personality, talents, values, interests, and goals; advice on how to make a smooth transition from one career to another; and an action plan to take the steps toward landing the perfect career. -According to The Conference Group, only 48.9% of working Americans are satisfied with their jobs, the lowest level of job satisfaction since pollsters first began surveying the topic in 1995 -Career self-discovery books are among the best-performing in the career category