How do you keep your job in a time of potential mass layoffs and panic on the street?
While this time is unprecedented in its scope, it's all too familiar to me, as I've been helping clients save their jobs - or find much better ones - during global recessions, natural disasters, reorganizations, downsizing, rightsizing and whatever else they call it.
In the coming weeks and months, as your employer feels the pain from this upcoming market correction, they're going to get rid of anyone they see as not useful. And that's where we start.
In these dark days of bad news followed by more bad news, I think you deserve to hear some unbiased news.
I can't tell you how many times I've worked with clients in a video conference where I almost couldn't see them. How do you think that plays in a job interview?
Many of my clients are describing this lockdown during the pandemic as hellish. Especially if they have young children. I get it. No one likes to be cooped up. We're free-range employees!
Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to take the pressure off and be incredibly productive at the same time, and I share these in the video above.
Are you looking for specific, compelling questions to ask in a job interview, or anytime during a hiring process or an executive search, in order to set yourself apart from other candidates? You've found the right video!
Today, I’d like to introduce you to another way of starting an interview – whether it be a phone interview or a face to face interview with someone who has not talked with you before.
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Here is a great resource for when you are writing an executive resume from scratch. This downloadable document below will give you over 200 key words and phrases that are transferable skills and experience factors that can be used in any industry. Using these skills and experience factor words and phrases will enable the reader of your resume to easily picture you in their organization, since you are taking out all of your own industry jargon.