Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
This week's post is from one of our Recruiters, Michelle Nelson, who discusses how important your resume truly is in the search process. Learn about her perspective when she reviews resumes, and how the details you include will separate you from the rest of the pack.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Fortunately that has all changed.
Look Inside First
One of the misconceptions about networking is that it is only done outside of your organization. Nothing could be further from the truth! Regardless of the size of your company, there are good people that you can network with right now. You might be asking yourself the following questions:
- Who should I reach out to?
- How should I ask them?
- What would we talk about?
These are all great questions and the key is to focus on the word "questions." As you identify key leaders, peers, or simply those who are well respected, using questions is a great way to learn about them and their perspective. Asking questions is also the fastest way to get a conversation started!
It is appropriate for you to clarify that you are trying to learn more about the organization and want to learn as much as you can about how the company operates. You will impress those you are reaching out to for your initiative, and will simultaneously be networking.
Look Outside Second
Go For It
Gone are the days that you need to wait for a specific event to pop up on your calendar before any networking can occur. Leveraging your own organization, as well as the social networks available will help you expand your network much faster than ever before.
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