Interested in initiating your next career move, but not sure how to make that transition? If you’re like most other adults who might be out of work or quietly seeking your next opportunity, you know what it’s like to try to find a job in today’s highly competitive market. Having the right skills isn’t always enough to land you your next job.
During our time together, I’ll walk you through the following: networking, the power of LinkedIn, informational interviewing, pointers for your resume and cover letter, and interviewing.
Many job seekers consider this session their A-to-Z guide, telling them what they need to know to get the process started. Contact me to schedule your job search coaching session.
The old adage, “It’s not what you know; It’s who you know,” is still relevant today. Networking is incredibly important to helping you get your next job—even for people don’t like the idea of networking or are uncomfortable doing it. Many introverts or people who’ve never had to network before often find networking difficult—and recoil at the thought of it.
Nevertheless, networking is one of the most effective ways to help you make your next career transition because it helps ensure your application documents get read. You often must have the right connections for your resume and cover letter to matter. As a result, to get a job I argue it’s often both what and who you know.
Through coaching, you’ll learn key aspects to successful networking and how purposeful networking through LinkedIn, informational interviews, and meet-up groups might very well be just what you need to make your next career move.
Contact me to schedule a networking coaching session.
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