Monthly Archives: May 2012
Below is the slide deck of the presentation given above by Laura Hill.
Resume = Personal Brand – How to Get it Right
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In the current hiring climate, even the most accomplished and experienced professional’s phone isn’t ringing off the hook with interview invitations. Your resume is an extension of your personal brand and often times is the first interaction you have with an employer. This webinar is for job seekers who want to learn from an Continue reading
It’s a cardinal sin to go into a job interview without planning and preparing to manage the opportunity for maximum impact. First of all, be aware of the six criteria by which most interviewers will rate your interview skills and qualifications for the job.
1. Personal impression you make: neatness in dress and manner; self-confidence; and maturity.
2. Preparation for the interview: knowledge about the business of the potential employer; list of questions to ask the interviewer.
3. Communication skills, written and Continue reading
Everyone who has ever taken a 100 level economics course will remember the term “opportunity cost.” When one is considering having their resume professionally designed and written, opportunity cost refers to the price potentially involved in the crucial decision either to prepare your resume yourself or to engage professional assistance. Oddly enough, in too many cases, the cost of landing the most desirable career opportunity is not seriously considered enough, when for the prudent job seeker, it must be.
Requiring little or no expense beyond the time and materials to produce it, Continue reading
Ivy Exec recently interviewed Joshua Rosenthal, Founder & Director of Institute for Integrative Nutrition on their company culture.
Ivy Exec: In which area of your company do you expect the most growth during 2012?
Joshua Rosenthal: We see growth in Global Sales and Marketing over the next year as well as Social Media which easily connects our students and grads worldwide. Our 2020 vision is for the world to see the importance of food and nutrition on global health and the environment. Health and happiness is the main goal for everyone everywhere. I Continue reading
Ivy Exec’s Sr. Resume Writer Laura Hill was a featured Career Expert on CNBC’s The Wall Street Journal Report With Maria Bartiromo, offering advice on polishing your resume for today’s competitive job market.
Laura’s career experience includes an 8-year banking career with JPMorgan Chase; 10 years in recruitment; and 10 years as a career/outplacement coach. Laura received her MBA in Finance from New York University – Stern and BBA in Marketing from the University of Texas – McCombs. To see how you can work with Laura, click here.
In this video, Laura will cover how to revamp your resume with advice on Continue reading
How to bring passion and purpose to your career – Lawler Kang
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Presenter: Lawler Kang
What drives personal and professional happiness? How can I bring my ‘whole’ self to my daily pursuits, particularly looking for my “next big thing”? What might I do to augment my personal brand to optimize these efforts?
Learn how come the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ behind what you do is more important to your happiness (and productivity) than ‘What’ you do. In fact, the ‘Why’ Continue reading