To Get a Job, You Need to Steal the Spotlight
Your diploma doesn’t come with a corner office. And while you were busy learning about matrices and management theories, you probably forgot to make some time for Getting a Job 101.
As a Career Coach with over 25 years in the recruitment industry, I’ve helped many students and new grads write attention-getting resumes, master interview questions and forge a career path that meets present and future needs. You can get general advice and find some great resources at your school’s Career Center, but these are the same resources being used by all your fellow graduates. If you really want to land a good position, you need to make job-hunting your full-time job. And you need to learn how best to discover your unique strengths and convey how your education, internships, work experience, and personal experiences make you the best candidate for the job.
My programs and resources could help you develop your self confidence, create an outstanding resume, ease your concerns about interviewing, develop and execute your job search strategy, and have a coach by your side the whole way through. There are several ways to work with me. You can choose the do it yourself program, the one to one coaching program or something in between. Each one provides access to my coaching club for added support, and shows you how to package yourself in way that makes you shine. After all, everyone wants to hire a star.
My system and program covers:
- Resume preparation
- Defining your individual strengths and weaknesses
- Strategies for selling your strengths
- Crafting your 30-second commercial
- Job search strategy and execution
- Interview preparation
- First interview, second interview, even third and final offer
- Debriefing after interviews
- Negotiating the offer
- A Coaching Club membership featuring access to teleseminars, webinars, and interview calls with hiring managers and previous students.