We call it coaching these days because resume writers ‘coach’ our clients through each phase of their job search process.
We Explain new considerations for connecting with hiring managers.
We Advise on options for career directions.
We Admonish to through out old resume terms, outdated perceptions of success.
We Throw Out even old styles of professionalism for fresh, healthy authentic branded statements along with carefully prepared communications with a WIIFT (what’s in it for them) mindset.
We Cheer On our clients each step of the way.
Text us when they land an interview
Tweet us when they connect with a mentor in a business luncheon
FaceBook us to refer a colleague
Leave us Google+ messages when they negotiate job offers for $10,000 more than the job posted.
Professional resume writers and certified career coaches train, keep their skills updated, earn CEU credits so that they can help motivated job seekers and career changers move to a different opportunity. The most important part of helping professionals is to admonish them to understand how to connect with recruiters, industry leader, and colleagues who have like minded career interests. That’s when opportunities are shared.
We are hear to cheer you on!
Debra Ann Matthews is the author of “Is Your Resume like a Dinosaur?” She is the editor of jobwinningresumes.wordpress.com blog, the New Business Owner Representative for the National Resume Writers Association and a Member of Career Directors International. She is a career affiliate with Career Thought Leader, writes for Examiner dot com, Ezine Articles and Local Job Network.
Networking helps you to build your circle of potential people with whom you can share ideas on different areas related to your professional development, including job search. One of the best ways to do this is to attend job fairs, volunteer in the community and help others achieve their goals. When you are seen as helpful, someone may clue you in on a potential opportunity where your skills may help out! Here are this week’s networking and job fair opportunities:
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