Job applicants fail in the interview process because they fail to close the deal. This is akin to a sales representative working hard on a sales pitch to an important client but then leaving without asking for the order.
Every applicant wants the job. To be successful, you must close the deal in a compelling way. You must sell yourself.
“You must always protect your brand/reputation. In our digital world, once you or someone else disses your reputation, it is hard to repair the damage regardless of the truth.”JGS
When you are unhappy in your job – for whatever reason – here is a must-do while you are sorting out your next career move: be a good employee.
Don’t be a complainer.
Don’t be a debater.
Don’t lob rotten eggs.
When you are unhappy with your boss or how the organization is treating you, these reactions may be temptations that are tough to avoid, but it is imperative you do.
You must always protect your brand/reputation. In our digital world, once you or someone else disses your reputation, it is hard to repair the damage regardless of the truth.
As the old saying goes, “A lie travels around the globe while the truth is putting on its shoes.”
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You have just received your layoff notice.
You will get three months of severance. Your employer will pay half your COBRA, but you are responsible for the cost of outplacement/career transition coaching. You know the job market has dramatically changed so you do your homework.
You find that one-on-one outplacement coaching can cost from $1,400 to more than $10,000.
What choice do you have? Go it alone or seek help to accelerate your job search. A trial-and-error approach could lengthen your job search.
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You are dissatisfied with your job.
Your manager is not great.
The economy is uncertain. Some of financial forecasts are unsettling.
“You do not want to leave a job you do not like for one that does not last.”JohnGSelf
You do not want to leave a job you do not like for one that does not last.
There is an answer, one that most people have not explored.
You may not be able act today, but do you have a plan for your next career steps?
Beyond a passing promise to get a better job when the economy approves, most people in this situation don’t have a plan and vision for their future.
This is unfortunate. When you are in a bad place, having such a plan with positive action steps can harness your frustration.
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