In the past decade, theories about how we would all need to be “free agents,” in charge of our own career trajectory, have become reality. While there is a good deal of talk about this new reality, little tangible direction exists about how to thrive, not just survive, in this new workforce.brbr
Join career and leadership development expert Marie Zimenoff as she invites you to learn what you need to know today for tomorrow’s career success. She will share the inside scoop on hiring trends, explain how to earn a promotion, and explore what hiring managers are saying across a variety of industries.brbr
Mondays at 3 PM Pacific on VoiceAmerica Business, Marie will provide a featured topic, interview national leaders and review the latest career management tools. You will benefit from a weekly Get Career Smart(tm) tip and featured job of the week, in addition to practical strategies in branding, career transition, advancement, job search, resumes, interviewing, and social media.
The Career Confidante November 23rd 2020
Proactive Steps to Prevent or Circumvent the Problems of 2021
It seems like it should not be hard to make 2021 a better year for most people. While looking at the positives and opportunities is where we like to start, these projections also tell us that there are potential potholes.
How to Stand Out On LinkedIn by Highlighting Your Strengths
With more than 700 million profiles on LinkedIn, standing out and attracting the right audience to advance your career or grow your business feels out of reach.
How to Translate Military Experience to Land a Civilian Job
More than 200,000 military service members separate from the military every year. Like many other job seekers, many have never had to write a resume.
The Career Confidante Monday, October 12, 2020
How to Find, Apply to, and Land a Federal Job
The federal government is still hiring during the pandemic, with more than 75 percent of positions working outside the DC metro area.