Posts Tagged ‘resume’

The Key to Landing Strategy Jobs

The key is confidence however not just your own…read on. As a job candidate, you are constantly being evaluated when it comes to how much or how little value you’ll potentially bring to an employer. For example, interviewers often wonder whether a job candidate can really figure out how to grow a company’s market share…

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The Art of Job Interview Mind Reading

If you recall my last note, I said this: Interviewers have more on their minds than getting to know you. The best way I know how to convince you that this insight should inform how you prepare for your next interview is by providing an example. Imagine that you are the change management lead for…

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Career Assessment Program

Do any of these sound like you? Are you at a crossroads—you have a myriad of options in front of you, yet are unsure how to evaluate each one? Have you reached your breaking point? Has your role shifted? Has your employer changed priorities or leaders? Are you not certain of your next step? Are…

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You Nailed the Interview — Now What?

One of the most difficult parts of any application—to a school program, for a job, etc.—is the interview. Often, depending on what you’re applying for, there are multiple interviews involved. But it’s that first one that will probably weigh on you for weeks, cause you to look up innumerable tips and strategies, and make you…

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[DARE #13] – Get Unstuck – Delegating

“The true goal of  leadership is to make yourself unnecessary.” -Geoffrey James Think about it – how else will you ever ascend to a higher leadership position (i.e. out of your current role) if you don’t figure out ways to train your team (or anyone) to eventually takeover your existing responsibilities?

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[DARE #11] Get Unstuck – Draft a Roadmap

Santa did it! I was having so much fun this past weekend that I forgot to send over this Sunday challenge. Obviously, my three boys were also having fun. Can you see each one’s huge and joyous smile? Okay, you’re a busy executive so let’s cut to the chase.   Dare #11: Draft a roadmap…

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