Monthly Archive for June, 2018

: June, 2018

Strengthen your interviews with storytelling

When you are job searching it’s easy to get lost in a sea of candidates who share similar skills and experience. But the one thing that is unique to you are your personal stories and everyone remembers a good story instead of just listening to your accomplishments. Don’t let the notion that you have to

Ace a 30-minute interview

It’s no surprise that preparing for an interview combined with your desire to be the best candidate can be somewhat stressful. The pressure builds when your interview is scheduled to last 30 minutes and you need to make a lasting impression. Recently a friend of mine was invited for an interview, and even though he

Multiple careers, one resume?

Part of thriving career is change, and it’s not uncommon for you to have multiple careers, but the key to implementing a successful job search begins with how you present your skills to the employer’s needs. Having a broad background in various industries can be an advantage, giving you more depth in experience and skills.

Interview with Ken Coleman: Discovering Your Career Passion

I recently had a great discussion with Ken Coleman about finding passion in your career, a theme that he often addresses on his radio show. For Ken, the power of encouraging people comes from his insightful questions that confront self-limiting beliefs that rob your energy and destroys your passion. Passion is a big driver for

Avoid these three interview barriers

Most everyone understands that interviewing is a two-way conversational process that involves a potential employer interested in your background and you talking about how your background matches the employer’s needs. There is no such thing as a predictable job search and when you are actively looking for opportunities, interviews can pop up anywhere. While interviews