Links to great advice on Networking

Last week I delivered a talk on Effective Networking for Your Job Search at a local career and job search event. Here are some useful links I discovered while doing my research: http://www.helpguide.org/life/job_networking_how_to_find_job.htm http://www.sonnyahuja.com/2010/13-class-tips-to-get-work-through-linked-in/ http://www.careerlab.com/art_secrets.htm I’ll be writing more about networking in upcoming posts. So check back next week to learn more! . . . → Read More: Links to great advice on Networking

Get a new perspective on change

Are you in the middle of a difficult transition right now? Do you feel you can’t go on, but can’t go back? Or are you about to embark on a new path for yourself: new job, new career, new relationship? You’re feeling excited, and nervous about what’s to come. Or perhaps you’ve just achieved a . . . → Read More: Get a new perspective on change

Practice may not make you perfect, but it helps

This blog is generally awesome (yes, I said awesome). It is practical, insightful, actionable. Someone sent me this post (link) recently – and it applies all new and scary situations. Including – Job Interviews, Performance Reviews, Presentations, Networking Events – your Intro, etc., etc. Practice – Practice – Practice. Not just in your body, but . . . → Read More: Practice may not make you perfect, but it helps

Friday’s Links for Career Mastery

Here are this week’s finds.

How do you use LinkedIn to find a job? http://www.sonnyahuja.com/2010/13-class-tips-to-get-work-through-linked-in/

Please don’t make these “Big Blunder Job Hunters Make” – from WSJ.COM: http://ht.ly/25j9a

Often overlooked – but still important – non-verbal skills for success. When do you use these? At the interview, at the first day of work, when you . . . → Read More: Friday’s Links for Career Mastery

Where can I find resources that help me love my job and thrive in my career?

I’m declaring Friday’s ONLINE RESOURCE DAY. This where I’m going to post links to really insightful posts, helpful websites, online resources you can access for some valuable help and support in your career. They might help with the job search, or dealing with troubles on the job, or how to find a career you’ll love. . . . → Read More: Where can I find resources that help me love my job and thrive in my career?

Client Stories

At the time I hired Lori, I was looking for someone to help me develop a resume which focuses on career transitions.  I had hired a coach who did not hear a word I said and sent me a resume that was totally wrong.  Lori, on the other hand, did listen to what my needs were and asked me pointed questions.  I decided to work with her and never regretted this decision. Lori helped develop two resumes which highlighted skills needed for two different types of positions.  She was easy to work with, took all my comments into consideration, and made the appropriate revisions.  In the end, I received two resumes which I was totally happy with.  I would recommend Lori without hesitation.  She is a true professional and a delight to work with.

Marsha Weil, New York, NY