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Snazzy Resume, Networking Alone Will Not Find You A Job

20 February, 2018 Posted by John G. Self
If your outplacement firm emphasizes writing your resume for you according to long accepted generic templates as a first step in your transition counseling, you are probably dealing with a firm that is out of date and out of touch. As result of this advice, there are way too many candidates in the job market […] Read more»

Six Questions to Ask When Selecting a Transition Coach

19 December, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Having access to up-to-date job outplacement coaching can make the difference between a quick transition and a prolonged, frustrating search. Today more than ever, executives facing transition — the result of a layoff or termination — should ask for outplacement support to expedite his or her job search. The job market is changing and many […] Read more»

Three Keys to Your Job Search

7 December, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
“I need a recruiter to find me a job.” That statement is fairly common, misguided, but common. For the record, recruiters almost always represent employers, not the candidates, and those executives who think that it is a recruiter’s job to find them a new position are almost always disappointed. Here is another reality. Finding a […] Read more»