RESUME CONFIDENCE RESUME WRITING, INTERVIEW SKILLS COACHING, CAREER DIRECTION
 

Author: Resume Confidence

VIDEO: Top 10 Tips for Interviewing

An oldie but still good advice – my first videos (produced by a local production company for (the new, at the time) eHow website) circa… hmm… 2007 I think? They wanted 1 min tips videos at the time – so have a quick watch! Maybe it’s because of  David Letterman, but people seem to love […]

Teaching to Establish Your Expertise – Trainer Tips

In a increasingly competitive economy, it is wise to work on “building your brand”, which includes establishing your expertise in your field. This strengthens your position should you choose to, or find yourself needing to, find a new job. One excellent way to do BOTH of these things, is to become a speaker, workshop presenter […]

CLIENT SAYS: I Know Now – Write Individual Cover Letters (Not a “One Letter for All”)

“Thank you so much for taking the time and making the effort with my resume.  It looks good and concise and gets to the point.  I saved your advice pertaining to cover letters as well so I might make a better effort in writing individual letters for those involved instead of a one letter cover […]

Re-entering the Workforce After an Extended Absence

As Oprah has said, when done well, being a mother is THE most important job there is.  And I know all the moms that are my clients and fans live that truth. Many a great mom also needs another job, out there in the career world. If you are a woman returning to the workforce after years […]

Don’t Be a Job Search Joke – Recruiters Aren’t Kidding About This Advice

  “The foolish man is always doing, yet much remains to be done. The wise man does nothing, yet nothing remains undone.” – Lao Tzu April Fool’s week, did someone play a joke on you?  Was it a good one? Sometimes we think that multi-tasking is the wisest way to be productive. Or we think […]