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The Resume: Least Enjoyable, Most Critical Part of Your Search

21 November, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
First of Two Parts Developing a resume is typically one of the least enjoyable tasks when preparing to enter the job market. It is also one of the most critical. Your resume must speak to your experience and record of accomplishment in a compelling manner when you are not present to speak for yourself. A […] Read more»

Taking Control of Your Career, Your Reputation

15 November, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
LISTEN ON iTUNES It is hard to convince a candidate who has not been in the job market for three or four years that the dynamics of finding a new position really have changed. But change they have. The real challenge for someone who advises senior executives, notably CEOs who are between gigs, is getting […] Read more»

Career Redemption Requires Special Skills

9 November, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Outplacement is a service that companies provide to employees they dismiss or lay off. Depending on the outplacement service provider, it can range from the creation of a stock, one-size-fits-all resume and some telephone coaching calls, up to 90 days of consultation and support. By and large, outplacement, like recruiting, is transactional. There is a […] Read more»