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Adding Story Telling to the Interview Process

Adding Story Telling to the Interview Process | Career & Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Story Telling? Story telling is a very compelling way to inform the interviewer that you know your stuff. The purpose of telling stories is to get you to talk

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, January 21, 2014 2:32 PM

This article explains in detail which stories you need to prepare for your job interview. I love this!


Stories are the best way to convey who you are, your values, work ethic, successes, and what you've learned over the years. If you want that job, craft and tell your stories using this article as a guide.


Thanks Gregg Morris for finding and sharing this gem!

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What Will It Take to Make a Woman President?: Take The Lead's Interview with Marianne Schnall (Part 1) - Take The Lead

What Will It Take to Make a Woman President?: Take The Lead's Interview with Marianne Schnall (Part 1) - Take The Lead | Career & Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
  During the 2008 presidential election, Marianne Schnall’s then 8 year old daughter asked her, “Why haven’t we ever had a woman president?” Unable to provide an answer, Schnall set out on a journey to find one.
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Social Media Has Changed What It Means To Be A Leader

Social Media Has Changed What It Means To Be A Leader | Career & Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it

"That's going to require a different type of leader with different skill sets."


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Debora Schuch da Rosa's curator insight, February 11, 2013 3:52 PM

-"Du courage!" Don't shy away from social media!

 

     You will do it righ;

     charisma and autenticity are concepts far more healthy than control;

     and know that tools are being developed (almost at the speed of the light) so that soon you will be nurtured by quality information, not tons of data...

 

Information = data with meaning

(and the meaning is going to be shaped by -your- interests)

 

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Top 10 Job Search Tips for Unemployed Job Seekers

Top 10 Job Search Tips for Unemployed Job Seekers | Career & Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Unemployed? Having a difficult time job searching? Here are ten tips for unemployed job seekers.

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, January 18, 2014 10:22 AM

Excellent tips in this article!

 

I particularly agree with customizing your resume and cover letter for the position, industry, and company you are applying for.  Also, rehearsing your story of why you left your past employer is important. 

 

Employers are seeking positive and motivated individuals who join their company, so make sure that all explanations regarding your previous boss and company are professional,

 

If you have any tips that could help our community...please let us know!  would lvoe to hear from you.

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Ten Steps to Building a Social Business

Social Business is transforming the way enterprises work, to better capitalize on our most valuable resource: people.

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Jacks-Of-All-Trades Don't Get Interviews Because...

Jacks-Of-All-Trades Don't Get Interviews Because... | Career & Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
As a career coach, I get a lot of emails that go something like this:
Dear J.T.,I lost my job after working for more than ____ years at the same company. In that time, I had a variety of

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, January 14, 2014 11:28 AM

I know this feeling all too well from my own tech comm job searches.  I don't think I ever looked for a job that juggled many specialities, but I often would try to promote that I was a jack-of-all-trades. What helped me was concentrating on one thing, but promoting "multi-specialties" instead of just one specialty. It's complicated, for sure. This is an article worth checking out. 

--techcommgeekmom