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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 7: Project Update) #favoriteFriday

September 6th, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayIn this favoriteFriday post I say “The results of this step is, really, career management.” And you know how much I love career management! This is the last of this series of favoriteFriday posts where I talk about Hannah Morgan’s 6 Steps to Job Search Success. This is a critical step… the first step we did an assessment, this is like a debrief, and a post assessment. Don’t skip this step!

Check out my post about it here: Job Search Strategy: Project Update (6)

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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 6: Interview Strategies) #favoriteFriday

August 30th, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayIn this fifth part of Hannah Morgan’s 6 Steps to Job Search Success system, we talk about interview strategies. You can’t excel at job search tactics and then bomb every interview you walk into. Be purposeful and serious about winning interviews so you can get offers.

Read the post here: Job Search Strategy: Interview Strategies (5)

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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 5: Project Management) #favoriteFriday

August 23rd, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayOf course I love the fourth point in Hannah Morgan’s job search success program because it has a lot to do with JibberJobber! How else are you going to manage this massive project called the job search? Please don’t tell me you’ll do it with Excel and a spiral notebook!

Check out the project management part of Hannah’s program here: Job Search Strategy: Project Management (4)

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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 4: Presenting Yourself) #favoriteFriday

August 16th, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayThe next in Hannah Morgan’s Job Search Success program is on presenting yourself. This is such a critical part of your job search and career management, and I don’t want you to mess it up!

I talk about presenting yourself in written and verbal forms, and having a marketing plan.

Read the post here: Job Search Strategy: Presenting Yourself (3)

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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 3: Research) #favoriteFriday

August 9th, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayIn this third of seven favoriteFriday posts about Hannah Morgan’s Job Search Success system we talk about the research a job seeker should do… from industry trends to target companies to people you should network with and into.

Check it out here: Job Search Strategy: Research (2)

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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 2: Assessment) #favoriteFriday

August 2nd, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayThis is the second favoriteFriday on Hannah Morgan’s awesome job search strategy system. This one focuses on Assessment, which is the first step where you kind of pause from sending out resumes and really think about you, and what you are after, and a few other things.

Check out the post here: Job Search Strategy: Assessment (1) 

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Job Search Program: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like (Part 1) #favoriteFriday

July 26th, 2019

jibberjobber-favorite-fridayOver the years I’ve had the opportunity to learn from people who are as passionate about I am about the job search, and helping people. Hannah Morgan is one of those people. Hannah hails from the beautiful city of Rochester, NY, and let me share her 6 steps to Job Search success.

In this favoriteFriday post, I introduce her job search program, and what a job search strategy looks like. This has definitely helped me conceptualize what job seekers should do, systematically, in their job search.

Check out today’s favoriteFriday here: What a Job Search Strategy Looks Like

You can also see links to the other 6 posts, which I’ll share over the next six Fridays.

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2019 Job Search Advice From The Experts

January 9th, 2019

Hannah Morgan asked a bunch of career professionals for 2019 job search and career advice. I’m in there somewhere, with my #1 piece of advice from doing this for 13 years.  Go check it out:

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What to do the day you are fired (or, laid off)

March 11th, 2015

jeri-hird-dutcherNot everyone who loses there job is fired… so let’s just say that if you lose your job, because you walked away or someone pushed you away or the company went Enron… what do you do?

This can be a very emotional and stressful day, for sure.

You must read Jeri Hird Dutcher’s post: Fired! What to do that day

Jeri shares some very candid and important DO THIS tips as well as some DO NOT DO THIS tips.

Don’t underestimate the flood of weird emotions and thoughts you’ll have.  Jeri’s post is spot on.

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Introducing The First JibberJobber Certified Career Coaches

February 27th, 2015

Last week we ended six-weeks of courses for the JibberJobber Career Professional Certification.  This was six weeks of training in the breadth and depth of JibberJobber, which will be immensely helpful as these coaches help their clients get more value out of relationship management and follow-up tools.  What job seeker doesn’t need relationship management and follow-up help?

Note: If you are a career professional, and want to do the certification, the price is still discounted from $397 to only $97. Sign up here, or learn more here.

And now, introducing the first four coaches who have turned in and passed their exam, and are JibberJobber Certified Career Coaches!  In alphabetical order… I’m including where they are, but they take clients from all over the world:

Shahrzad Arasteh: Career Consulting Services (Maryland)

Jennifer Bradley: JBradley & Associates (California)

Robyn Feldberg: Abundant Success Career Services (Texas)

Kelly McClelland: Transition Time Coach (Florida)

I have known each of these people for years, some of which I’ve met in person, others I’ve listened to speak, and all of them I’ve followed their blog posts or other articles.  They have big hearts, which is a trait most career professionals posses, and they are all very passionate and purposeful in what they have chosen to do.

Congratulations to each of these career professionals, and I hope that this training and certification will help you help many people!

 

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