Resumes Written For You
This week Tiffany and Allison speak with Laura Hagler of Skirt.com about a rather disturbing trend – Parents that escort their children into interviews. CareerMoxie will discuss why this is a bad move, and the problems this can cause children in their immediate and distant future. (Download mp3.)
ExecuNet’s Executive Job Market Intelligence Report 2010 is based on simultaneous surveys of ExecuNet’s executive members and the search firms and corporate recruiters who regularly use ExecuNet’s services. In addition, the company invited participation from the executive, search firm and corporate human resource communities of strategic partner organizations: Forbes; Financial Executives International (FEI); the Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG); and Dillistone Systems, publishers of search-consult. The surveys, which ExecuNet has conducted online annually for the past 18 years, seek to determine trends and best practices in executive-level career development and candidate search, hiring and retention. (download mp3)
Welcome to a Career Transition Podcast on TotalPicture Radio. This is Peter Clayton reporting. I met William Tincup at HCI’s 2010 National Summit in Tucson. He set-up shop in the exhibitor’s hall, positioned in a strategic location where he could scan the activity taking place on the show floor. I gave him my business card, he gave me his book: Black cover, picture of a brown paper lunch bag. Flames are shooting from the top of the lunch bag. Below, the Star Tincup Logo, and title, “Try Not To Fu@k This Up (but if you do, call us).” I was sold; and curious at the same time. “William, who are your clients?” I asked. He smiled, paused, and said, “look around the room.” We’re at HCI’s marque event. The room is filled with the vendors you’d expect to see at an HR conference. I wondered if they had read William’s book.(download mp3) 63 minutes
Tiffany and Allison talk with Anne and Julia about what to do with an unemployed significant other. This episode of Career Moxie now playing in stream focuses unemployed men and how the women in their lives can help them at home and in the job search while maintaining a good relationship.(download mp3)
Join Annemarie Cross and Keith Keller as they share hints and tips for job seekers on how you can build a strong Linkedin profile so that you become headhunted by recruiters and key decision makers.(download mp3)
Annemarie and Keith will also be speaking to Andrzej Zyms from BE FOUND as well as Sam Mutimer from THINK TANK MEDIA.
We’ll also be replaying an amazing interview that Keith did with Pam Brossman from SOCIAL MEDIA WOMAN; listen in as Pam shares must-do video marketing strategies so that you can “Get you on the front page of Google”.
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Engineering Trainee describes working at Nestle Purina
This jobcast will feature the role of Engineering Trainee at St. Louis based Nestle Purina. They are a leader in the pet care industry and are seeking motivated individuals to join their team. Today we’ll be speaking with Andrea, Engineering Trainee who will tell us about the various trainee opportunities available at Nestle Purina.
Production Trainees at St. Louis based Nestle Purina
This jobcast will feature the role of Production Trainee at St. Louis based Nestle Purina. They are a leader in the pet care industry and are seeking motivated individuals to join their team. Today we’ll be speaking with Mark, Production Trainee who will tell us about the various trainee opportunities available at Nestle Purina.
Life as Information Systems Management Trainee
This jobcast will feature the role of Information Systems Management Trainee at St. Louis based Nestle Purina. They are a leader in the pet care industry and are seeking motivated individuals to join their team. Today we’ll be speaking with Sean, Information Systems Management Trainee who will tell us about the various trainee opportunities available
Tiffany and Allison talk with Derrick about Facebook and LinkedIn. How do these new social networks help your job search and what do you need to be careful of when using these public social networks. Also discussed are employment gaps and how to address them while searching for a new job. download mp3
Now Playing: TPR interviews the brazen Penelope Trunk
What I know About Getting A Job: Career Advice from the Top Bloggers in Human Resources
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Welcome to a special Success Strategies channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio — with Peter Clayton reporting. I’m thrilled to have back on the show today Penelope Trunk, the author of Brazen Careerist and founder of the Brazen Careerist web site, a career management tool for next-generation professionals. Brazen Careerist has over 40,000 active members.
“Brazen Careerist exists to give everyone an opportunity to build and nurture a network of trusted peers. Other professional sites allow you to display a network, but not necessarily build one. Microblogging resources like Twitter can tell you who you should network with, but it’s tough to build a real relationship on 140 character missives. And social networks like Facebook are great for having a conversation, but it’s a conversation that employers don’t want to hear. ”
Join Keith Keller as he interviews co-host Annemarie Cross and special guest Jane Wexler about Executive Coaching. download mp3
Keith will be asking Annemarie the quintessential question:
WHAT IS EXECUTIVE COACHING AND HOW DOES IT HELP YOU STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD?
Annemarie will also be discussing what an executive needs to do in order to get noticed, promoted and paid what they’re worth.
Jane will be talking about her work with executives from the point of view of her recent article:
“SONGWRITING, EXECUTIVE COACHING & WHERE YOU WANT TO BE”
Executive coaching isn’t songwriting but the creative process and the outcome can be the same.
You can apply the principles of executive coaching to create positive change by choosing to focus on three simple things:
1) What you can do, rather than what you can’t do?
2) What is possible, rather than what isn’t possible?
3) What you have to offer, rather than what you don’t have to offer?
Two very different approaches (or are they?) Tune in to find out, it’s sure to be a fascinating show.