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Career Coach Tiffany Franklin reveals the latest tips and best practices to help you have an effective and efficient job search that will lead to more job offers and career opportunities. Whether you are still in college, striving for your first promotion, or an experienced executive aiming for the C-suite, Tiffany will show you how to market yourself into a better career. Discover how to articulate the value you will deliver employers and capture the attention of recruiters/hiring managers ...
 
The Voice Of The Job Seeker show offers useful insights, perspectives, and strategies to Job Seekers (employed, unemployed, and students) and Employers. From time to time, the show will invite guests on the show who are current corporate recruiters, business managers, and job seekers to discuss their views of the hiring process and current workplace issues. Please visit our blog for more information: http://voiceofthejobseeker.blogspot.com
 
# The Job Search Podcast ## Expert Resume Writing, Job Search Strategy, and Career Advice for Executive Job Seekers and More ## with Your Host, Amy L. Adler Amy L. Adler, MBA and Certified Master Resume Writer, challenges what you think you know about executive job search. Thinking about making a career move? Listen to The Job Search Podcast first. ## Learn How to Do Job Search Right Each episode focuses on a specific job search topic, such as: * How to write a resume for a new job search * ...
 
IMPACT Hiring Solutions radio program series produced on LATalkRadio.com and BlogRadio.com on conducting an effective job search by overcoming the most common mistakes job seekers make in attempting to find a new career position. Authored by two of the most well-known international authors, executive recruiters, and speakers on conducting an effective job search.
 
Dear Job Doctor, advice radio show answers questions and offer advice regarding job search techniques and strategies, interview concerns and resume blunders; from job seekers nationwide. The Job Doctor is a Career Development Expert and Author that has help hundreds of people boost their interview results by 100%. The Job Doctor currently offers job advice at local Michigan job fairs monthly. Review the Job Doctor advice blog at www.careeeason.com. Looking for work? Millions of companies hir ...
 
In this podiobook: You're Hired! - Interview Skills to Get the Job demystifies the interviewing process with wisdom and wit from an authoritative source.For first-time job seekers and seasoned professionals alike, the realities of the current job market make a competitive edge mission- critical. In You're Hired! Interview Skills to Get the Job, corporate recruitment specialist and motivational speaker Lorne Epstein prepares both novice and just-plain-nervous job seekers for the interviewing ...
 
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You might think that working as a recruiter and being a TV anchor-meteorologist have nothing in common, but today’s guest, Jason Mikell, is here to prove us wrong. Jason worked as a recruiter for several years before pursuing his meteorology passion and becoming an on-air TV meteorologist. In today’s episode, Jason shares insights into this transit…
 
TikTok is conventionally associated with dance videos, challenges, and life hacks, but recently the platform has seen an uptick in video resumes. This new trend reflects a broader movement where employers and candidates alike are beginning to see the value in resumes that take a video format. Today’s guest is Madeline Mann, an HR and recruiting lea…
 
Have you ever dreamed of a career in Hollywood, whether that's as a producer, director, writer, agent, actor, or content creator? This is the episode for you! Topics covered include: How to land a job in Hollywood | Skills that help you succeed in the entertainment industry | The question asked in every interview in Hollywood | How to network when …
 
With over twenty years in the business, Leslie Kuban has accumulated incredible insights into the inner workings of franchise ownership. Leslie shares how due diligence can drastically reduce the risk of starting a franchise, and we talk about which industries have flourished, even during the pandemic. We explore the nuts and bolts of what franchis…
 
The past 18 months have shaken the business world and its workplaces to the core. How long will some of these changes stay in place, and what will the impact be? These are just some of the questions that today’s guest, Joe McKendrick, answers on the show. Joe is an author, independent researcher, and speaker, exploring innovation, information techn…
 
In today’s episode, we sit down with Reuben Dickenson to talk about his transition from a career in the military to one in corporate. Reuben is the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for Telemynd, which offers a wide range of Telemental health solutions and predictive analytics. Reuben holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Engine…
 
The world of online business and content-creation has evolved so much over the last decade, and today we are joined by someone who has ridden this wave to success, building a uniquely personal and strong brand along the way. Courtney Whitmore is the brain and heart behind Pizzazzerie, a lifestyle and food blog, that has branched out into so much mo…
 
In today’s episode of Job Search Strategies, we talk about getting into (and out of) grad school with Dr. Jeanne Stanley, the Executive Director of Grad School Coaching. She has worked with prospective graduate students for over three decades to help them successfully meet their academic goals, working with clients in selecting and applying for gra…
 
As rewarding as finding the ideal career within a startup company can be, it takes motivation and drive to get the right job. How do you find a job at a company that may only have between five and 50 team members and no recruiting budget to speak of? Well, today’s guest is uniquely qualified to answer that question! Tarek Pertew is the Cofounder of…
 
Effective networking plays a key role in not just our career success but our journey toward becoming more dynamic people. Because of the stakes involved in networking, this activity can be stressful, but today we have Lauren Obersteadt and Sarah Whitney Anderson join us to help us learn how to manage it while becoming more skillful too. Lauren is t…
 
If you have a job interview lined up, congratulations! That means your resume is doing its job. You think you’ve done all the necessary prep work, but are you ready to knock it out of the park? In today’s episode of Job Search Strategies, I dive into the best ways to prepare for job interviews, whether you have a day to prepare or you sent in appli…
 
Achieving diversity and inclusion in educational institutions and workplaces is not easy, but it is a goal which we should all be collectively working towards, whether we are an employer or employee, student or teacher. On today’s show, we are joined by Jamie Joshua, a lawyer by profession who is the director of Cornell Johnson’s Office of Diversit…
 
Career centers at universities are such powerful resources and it should never be underestimated just how much utility they can offer students. Here to talk about how you can maximize this potential in the early stages of your career explorations, is Dr. Barbara Hewitt, who is the Executive Director of Career Services at the University of Pennsylva…
 
Here to share some great wisdom about the important moments that can define progress and success is Zachery Jones! Zachery is currently the Vice President of Labor Relations for United and has led a truly inspiring professional life. He talks about the choice he made about what he wanted to achieve by the age of 30 and how he maintained this focuse…
 
The world of online job searches can seem daunting and overwhelming, and with thousands of resume templates at your disposal, it’s difficult to determine which is the best for your purposes. In today’s episode, I share my recruiting experience and years spent overhauling 1,000 + resumes, to outline a detailed breakdown of how to crack the resume co…
 
Recruiting services are a powerful resource in any job search and today we get the inside scoop from master-recruiter, Chris Murdock! Chris is the Chief Sourcing Officer and Co-Founder of IQTalent Partners, and we chat with him about starting the company, the events in his career leading up to it, and the lessons he has learned along the way. Throu…
 
As much as the career landscape and the pursuit of the right job might evolve, there are also some elements of this that remain constant. Here on the show today to talk about some of the most important parts of designing a path that suits you is Dr. Katherine Brooks. Dr. Brooks is currently the Executive Director of the Vanderbilt Career Center, an…
 
Welcome to the podcast series which focuses on helping you get the most out of your career! Your host, Tiffany Franklin, has been a passionate career coach for many years. Through this podcast, she aims to democratize the knowledge that she has gained while working in this role, and help more people find their path. In this introductory show, Tiffa…
 
I wanted to pop in for a minute to tell you what has been going on since I last posted an episode of The Job Search Podcast. Actually, it’s been a busy, crazy time. We’ve all learned the modern definition of “quarantine,” and despite the havoc COVID has wrought on every single one of our lives, I hope that everyone listening is doing well and thriv…
 
In this episode I refer the listeners to a great interview I heard recently on a different podcast. With Thanksgiving right around the corner I thought it would be a great idea to share this interview on the first Thanksgiving and the pilgrims. I’m leaving a link Here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-entreleadership-podcast/id435836905?i=…
 
If you talk with enough people, you're bound to come across some very interesting scenarios. Jim Webber conducted thousands of job interviews throughout his career as a human resources manager, and he joins Tim Muma to share some of the more disastrous conversations. These anecdotes aren't only meant to entertain and frighten, but to give the liste…
 
The job interview remains the best opportunity to truly sell yourself as a person and a professional to land a new job. There are a number components to the interview that runs the gamut from preparation and body language to questions for the employer and following up. Barry Drexler, the Expert Interview Coach, tackles a number of terms associated …
 
Effective networking doesn't come from simply chatting up as many people as you can to tell them how great you are or what type of job you're seeking. Executive talent agent Debra Feldman stresses the need to attract others to recognize your skills, experience, and expertise. She tells Tim Muma that who you speak to and how you grab their attention…
 
There are three key ways you can start to apply for executive positions that are right for you. You can apply directly on a company’s career web site or via a job board. You can work through recruiters. Last, and most effectively, you can network into the right role. Each of these strategies can be effective, if you use them the right way. Topics c…
 
You’ve spent a great deal learning about the type of work you find fulfilling, the type of industry in which you want to do it, and a list of jobs that make sense for you. Now you need to get very specific, so you can start the process of applying for positions that are best for you. Topics covered in the series, "A Simple Research Plan for Executi…
 
In This episode I go solo to discuss the recent rising popularity of gig jobs. Ride sharing, food delivery and package delivery via smart phone apps. Here are a few links to get started if you would like to take one for a spin yourself: Lyft: https://www.lyft.com/drivers/JOHNSON85901?utm_medium=d2di_iaem DoorDash: https://drd.sh/uuO7Pj/ Uber: https…
 
Now that you have a good sense of the industry landscape, it is time to narrow down your list of company targets. Start to make a list of the companies on which you want to focus. These companies should hire for the type of work you want to do, in the industry in which you want to do it. Topics covered in the series, "A Simple Research Plan for Exe…
 
Your job function might have correlates across multiple industries, so you might believe you can fit almost anywhere. This might be true, but that is a hard sell and nearly impossible to convey in a properly constructed resume or during an interview. Your resume needs to target your assets relative to a particular industry. Your interview needs to …
 
If you have been in the executive job search market a while, you might be wondering what it takes to get noticed and get hired by the right company. In fact, the longer you have been searching, the more frustrated you probably are becoming. One reason you might be failing to earn recognition in the executive job marketplace is that you cannot clear…
 
Resumes display your accomplishments, are your marketing tools, and are the foundation of your brand. While keeping yours up-to-date can be painstaking or time-consuming, doing so is important. You never know when you will need your resume. Not only do you need it if, worst-case scenario, you are in the market for a new job or career path, but resu…
 
Informational interviews can be tricky to schedule or plan, but can be productive and help you understand the career field you want to go into. You should be prepared to talk about yourself, but know when you should switch to asking questions. During this conversation, you’ll have the chance to make a positive impression as long as you are well pre…
 
What happens when you copy from someone else’s resume (to you and them)? What do employers do to the resume to find the plagiarized content and how does that change your job prospects? Your resume is yours, to an extent, as original content is becoming less original. Listen in to learn how you can avoid the appearance of having copied someone else’…
 
Executive career change, particularly for those who have not engaged in it for a decade or more, is inherently destabilizing for the individual, that person’s family, and maybe even for that person’s company. So how do you create a “career strategy emergency kit” to prepare for a time when your situation demands change? Topics covered in "How to Pr…
 
You need to think about organizing your career search and defining a strategy that will get you the job you want. Here are some tips you can implement today to manage the time you spend on your job search. Topics covered in "5 Simple Strategies for Career Search Efficiency": - Executive job search - Job search - Career change - Resume…
 
If you haven’t written a resume in the last decade or more, that’s a good thing. That means you’ve been working in jobs that loved you as much as you have loved them. However, if you’re listening to this, you’re probably in an executive job search, and you’re probably of an age where you wonder whether your years of experience is going to hurt or h…
 
Have you looked at your personal brand recently? Here is a simple system you can use to make sure that your branding is hit-the-ground-running ready for your job search. Grab your paper and pencil, and listen in. Topics covered in "Personal Branding Countdown 5 Steps to Success": - Executive job search - Job search - Career change - Branding…
 
Throughout your executive career, you have probably mentored several people. Now, you are looking for a mentor for your executive job search. Finding a mentor for your executive job search is not difficult if you know your specific expectations, goals and objectives. You want to look for someone who will assist you in achieving what you desire. The…
 
Salary can be a tricky thing to negotiate. When walking into a new job, or even re-evaluating your current contract with a company, an increase in salary may not be an option. However, there are several things you could request in place of a raise. It never hurts to ask and the worst thing your employer can say is ‘no.’ Topics covered in "Creative …
 
Even though you have been an active LinkedIn user for some time, you might not realize that there are exponential benefits to accepting almost all of the LinkedIn requests that come your way, particularly if you are exploring executive career opportunities. You might be ready to open up your connection strategy to allow new people into your network…
 
Despite the axiomatic value of investing in the talent and expertise of their company, so many executives refuse to do the same for themselves. These executives adamantly refuse to treat their own career growth with the same care and insightfulness. Topics covered in "Smart Services to Pay for in Your Job Search": - Executive job search - Job searc…
 
When it is time to find a new job, no matter the circumstances, it can feel like a daunting task. Even when you are tied into career networking and know the direction in which you would like to go, you can often feel very overwhelmed. Let’s talk about some often overlooked tools that you may not be utilizing. These tools can prove to be instrumenta…
 
If you’re challenging yourself to find the right new executive opportunity, you’re hoping the next application you submit will result in a job offer. Then you can get out of the job you’re in and into something new. Something different, something…better? Will any position do? “Yes,” you are thinking right now. “I’ll do anything, as long as it’s not…
 
It has been said that there is no royal road to learning. In the same way, there is no royal road to executive job search success. Regardless of who you are, what your executive role is, and what your accomplishments have been over the last decade or more, job search is going to be hard. Few individual mechanisms on their own will guarantee that yo…
 
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