We asked them to think about the conversations they have with people who believe that one action or thought has to come first and ask the question…does it really? Usually there is no one right answer and yields some discussions and debates.
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April’s Career Development Carnival will be hosted by Hannah Morgan at CareerSherpa.net.
Job Search Resources
Chameleon Resumes Blog with Lisa Rangel
Which comes first? The job opening or the job posting? Sometimes recruiters post ads anticipating open jobs that are not really open yet. Are these really fake job ads? Learn inner workings of a third-party recruiting function to help you become less frustrated with job postings.
The A-Plus Advisory Post with Karen Silins
How use of a functional resume format is truly seen by both HR/Recruiting/Hiring Managers and ATS Systems.
The value of doing nothing, or not much
Search for Authentic Leadership with Dan Ryan
“Taking time for reflection can be a great way to get started on your career exploration, especially if you are in the midst of hectic times. Take some time to extract yourself – you’ll be glad you did!”
Elephants at Work with Lynn Dessert
No doubt you are itchy to get that resume circulating quickly. Getting it done quick may not get you the job you want because it fails to tell your story. To get it right, ask these questions.
Career Sherpa.net with Hannah Morgan
Everyone has a reputation! The question is- how do you market your reputation in a way that resonates with future employers?
Hell In the Hallway with Deborah Mourey
College is great but it’s not for everyone and these days, with college debt so high and more support for entrepreneurs, there are many alternatives to ‘college.’
Workplace Communication Blog with Beth Sears
Looking for a position is exacerbated when they look for experience and yet you cannot obtain a position to get the experience. This post offers suggestions for getting experience before you have the actual position.
Executive Career Brand with Meg Guiseppi
If you start with your resume, and neglect targeting, research and branding, you’ll probably be in for a protracted job search.