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Creativity: The Case of Liz Lerman | The Vancouver Observer - News, Culture, Sports, Blogs in Vancouver, BCI recently attended three events associated with the biennial Dance in Vancouver Conference, sponsored by the Scotiabank Dance Centre . Coming into art from a lifetime in the sciences, as I have, I was at the same time thrilled, inspired, and deeply moved personally by those experiences. The first event was the first public showing of a segment of Experiments .
Posted by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter, Master Resume Writer in Career Savings , Career Services , executive resumes , Robert Poindexter on Oct 22nd, 2010 | 9 responses By Rob Poindexter photo: fashionablygeek.com
IBM recently surveyed 700 human resource executives to find out the key challenges they expect to face in the near future and their degree of readiness to meet those challenges successfully.
Staying Focused: Are Your Accomplishments Legendary?
If you're struggling to convey the magnitude of what you've achieved throughout your career, you're in the same boat with many others. This seems to be the ultimate sticking point for resume writing on many levels... where candidates just can't make that leap through the WORDS to get to the MESSAGE.
Today’s post is one of many from members of the Career Collective community I co-coordinate with my colleague Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter . I encourage you to visit other members’ responses, which will be linked at the end of my post tomorrow. Please follow our hashtag on Twitter: #careercollective.
Featuring a guest post today by Rick Saia of Pongo Resume. Rick is an approved career expert here at Tim’s Strategy and a certified professional resume writer.
What do dates say about you on your resume? | Solutions from Design Resumes & Thoughts from Julie WalravenPhoto by Liz (perspicious.org)
Why Behavioral Assessments help in career marketing | Solutions from Design Resumes & Thoughts from Julie WalravenI offer DISC profile assessments for my clients to help them better understand themselves, their strengths and weaknesses, and develop strategies to meet the demands of their environment. Assessments are used by employers and career coaches throughout the world. I use DISC assessments because my provider, Profiling Pro, offers excellent customer service and educational resources to help me better understand how to interpret the results.
In this day of fast-food, social media attention deficit disorder-based communications, I must raise my hand and object. Not every business professional prefers these drive-through communications. Instead, they prefer a resume entrée with which they can linger and digest.
The FINANCIAL -- More than 10 million people are now using a 'Europass' online CV (curriculum vitae) to help them find a job, according to latest figures compiled by the European Commission.
The word "fun" isn't usually associated with looking for a job. Even in the best of circumstances, being unemployed or underemployed can be scary and stressful. But in any job search , keeping a positive attitude is important.
That executive has not asked to see his new team members’ resumes.
“I sent my resume and my cover letter and I haven’t heard back. Now what?”
This is a guest post was generously provided by Gordon Basichis, Co-Founder of Corra Group ( http://www.corragroup.com/ ) which specializes in pre-employment background checks, business research, and corporate investigation. Corra Group services companies throughout the United States and around the world. Thanks, Gordon, for providing a very insightful post from a recruiter point of view on education!
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