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It’s true: face-to-face networking events can be awkward, phony and, well, boring. Maybe 3% of the people who are there really love the notion of exchanging introductions over and over again, trading business cards with total strangers, and having a
MBA Job-Seekers: Congratulations, But Leave the Entitlement at Home True story: Recently, at a job search workshop for over 100 MBA soon-to-be-graduates, John introduced himself and told me that “after I graduate, I’m going to walk into my boss’ office
How much time have you spent on the Internet learning about the company that is about to interview you? Before you go on that job interview, it’s important to find out as much as you can about the company. You’ll
Executive Mistake #6 of 6 — Appearance and Performance Are you appearing and performing appropriately for today’s job search era? You may be out of date with the way to appear. And I don’t just mean just clothing. I’m Dana
When I talk to anyone from college graduates to corporate executives about their efforts to find their next career moves, I ask them to show me their job search tracking. How do they capture their job descriptions, websites, contact information,
Executive Job Search Top Mistake #5 of 6 — Unclear Career Goal Executive Pop Quiz: What is your concise, inspiring and clear job search goal? Similarly, what is your answer to the most common networking question “What are you looking
Executive Job Search Top Mistake #4 of 6 – Unwilling to Get Current Executives, you have great experience, skills and an ability to do so much more in the future. You just need to catch up to some trends in
Not everyone is comfortable with networking. You may not like the word, the thought, the activity, or the entire concept. But the facts continue to show that networking works. More jobs are found by personal connections, referrals, asking the right
Executive Job Search Top Mistake #3 of 6 — Crappy Preparation Executives, you have so many skills and experiences, but your preparation for networking, applying and interviewing are, well, pathetic. You can stand out just by doing better homework than