Monthly Archive: May 2010

“Step It Up a Notch” Contest – There’s Still Time!

I’m holding my first-ever contest! It’s almost the end of the month, but yes, there is still time to jump in! As a Certified Job Search coach, much of what I do is ask you all to “step it up a notch:” make your resume a little sharper and more focused, increase your networking, and …

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Total Person Analysis Graphic – Behavioral Reports

This “Total Person Analysis” graphic has been introduced to the front of all of our behavioral reports. As you view each level, from the center outward, you will see that we go from the internal – our feelings and thoughts – into the external – what we do, how we see the world, and finally …

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Save Time in Your Job Search Research

Trying to keep up with what is going on in your industry? Google Alerts sends you emails whenever Google finds new results on your specific search – such as web pages, newspaper articles, or blogs. For job seekers, this is a fabulous tool that can help you monitor what’s being said about a specific company …

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KSA’s Eliminated From Initial Federal Job Search Process

After November 10, 2010, applying for a governmental position will be much easier! Improving the Federal Recruitment and Hiring Process