Quick question: how much time do you dedicate to networking a week? Be honest. If you are gun-ho in finding a job and you said less than 20 hours you need to reassess your job search strategy. Applying online is important. Submitting your resume directly to managers is very important. However, have you considered spending
Building your professional network is imperative if you want to increase your chances for a more robust career. If you aren’t doing it now imagine all the people you are missing out on that you could connect with–and you know what? Building and developing your networking isn’t as hard as you may think it is!
Learning to be a helpful and caring person is an important step in developing your personal self and career. Yes, their are some people out there who have lied, cheated and hurt others to get where they are today. If that is a path you must fellow that is your choice. However, we are all
One of easiest ways to be proactive about developing your career is by creating your very own networking event! It does take some time and a little elbow grease, yet it is an amazing experience that can gst you connected to some awesome people! If you have no idea where to start here are 5
It doesn’t matter if you lack little or no job experience, the opportunity to find a job and establish your career is very doable within a year. Here are a few more ways to build your job experience: Volunteering The number one priority is finding and attaining a job when you lack experience. However, when
If you are a recent graduate, lack any job experience or simply re-entering the workplace after a time away one of the most important things to focus on is to build your resume as quickly as possible. Here are a few pointers to build your job experience in just a year: Get an entry-level job
Are you ready to find your next job?is that a yes? Excellent! However, you must have a consistent and balanced plan before you head out to start your job search. Here are 7 solid steps to creating a balaced job search plan: 1.Every opportunity Write down everyone and everything that can help you find a
Building a professional network can help you in many ways. It helps you grow your career, builds your brand amongst other professionals and gives you some great connections to other industries. You unknowingly build your network each and ever day in everything you do–think about how many people you talk to and meet at work!
Communities are places where people with different experiences and backgrounds live and thrive together. So many amazing things happen in communities: people coming together at events or associations….there is always something going on! Now, would you want to be a bigger part of your community? How about contributing in someway? One such way is creating
Learning more about your community is a vital part of your personal and professional growth. Of course its not an obligation on your part to do it–the pros simply out weigh the cons. Connecting with your community can give you an increased awareness of the people, businesses, organizations and non-profits. Getting a better understanding of