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College graduates through senior executives; you absolutely should be adding cold calls to your portfolio of job search activities. You may be employed and aspiring to your next move or unemployed and seeking your next job. I recommend about 5%
Job seekers of all ages would like to have recruiters “pitch” them as a great candidate. Let’s clear up a few myths: Myth #1: Recruiters will introduce candidates to their clients. Truth #1: Yes, if you are a fit for
During his job search, I coached David, an unemployed senior banker, and learned a lot about high-performance athletes. He is a very competitive marathon runner and he showed me how he documented a rigorous training regimen. David tracked each workout,
Poor Newsweek. They’ve just been snared in the trap that makes most companies nervous. Newsweek employees just leaked a new internal dress code manual and the press is having a field day. We could replace “Newsweek” with virtually any company
A recent Gallup poll shows some distressing numbers: only 30% of our U.S. workers are engaged with their jobs, another 50% are “non-engaged,” and an astonishing 20% “actively disengaged.” So, it seems, employees not only hate their jobs; they are,
The questions you ask in an interview can help you OR knock you out of the running. Joseph had an hour-long interview at 8:00 A.M. with the hiring manager, Susan, for a position he really wanted. He did some research