Part One featured advice on how to optimise your career documents. Here in part two, Amy Perrone focuses on advice on how to present yourself to executive recruiters and what to expect.
- David Germann on LinkedIn
"You're in HR, huh? I guess I can see that. You're good with people." If you have a career in HR, chances are you've heard that a time or two. And if you're not in HR, well, you may be the one who's s... Read »
- Kirstin Fawcett on mental_floss
A hiring manager won’t notice your slick suit, sterling resume, or clever conversation if they’re turned off by a weak handshake or poor eye contact. Read »
5 Thought Leaders Who Built Personal Influence, Grew Empires, And Changed The World (For The Better)Brian D. Evans on Inc.
We live in an age where thought leadership is extremely relative. You could be a thought leader in your local community, a thought leader on Instagram, a thought leader in the foodie blogosphere, a th... Read »
- Daniel Goleman, Richard E. Boyatzis on Harvard Business Review
Esther is a well-liked manager of a small team. Kind and respectful, she is sensitive to the needs of others. She is a problem solver; she tends to see setbacks as opportunities. She’s always engage... Read »
- Marcel Schwantes on Inc.
A global leadership study revealed that 85 percent of companies report an urgent need to develop employees with leadership potential. Let me echo that massive study: We are in an era with an alarming ... Read »