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Sep 24, 2012 | Post by: Gwen Moore Comments Off on Don’t Be An Empty Chair!

Don’t Be An Empty Chair!

At the end of the day, decisions on where we want to work, and who we want to work with, often come down to the people involved in that equation.

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Sep 23, 2012 | Post by: Kathleen Avery Comments Off on A Note About Personal Branding on LinkedIn: What Your “Advance Team” Says About You

A Note About Personal Branding on LinkedIn: What Your “Advance Team” Says About You

Using LinkedIn's Recommendations feature can serve as an incredible "advance team" for your cause. Here's how to make yours standout.

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Sep 21, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera Comments Off on The Moment Your Candidacy Is Over

The Moment Your Candidacy Is Over

We’ve heard press and pundits over the years declare a candidate’s race for the job over – often after a ‘one-liner’ or a paragraph where they say something either too vague or too stupid for the populous to give them a second chance. Guess what? It happens all the time

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Sep 06, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera 1 Comments

The Headhunter Call

A friend of mine recently asked me if he should return every call that came in from a recruiter. I know I am biased, but of course my answer was yes! Yes, you should at least thank and acknowledge the outreach – either with a quick email or return phone

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Aug 27, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera Comments Off on The Reference

The Reference

It’s a dicey time in any offer process—checking references. The WSJ put out a solid article on how to approach your references. Step one, approach them. Take the time to chat with everyone you list, explain the job you are going after and ask that difficult question: ‘what will you

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Jul 27, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera Comments Off on Interview Fashion Crisis #5 – Shoes

Interview Fashion Crisis #5 – Shoes

Guys & Gals: spend some money on your shoes. They matter. Gals: I love my 5” heels, and agree with Bobbi Brown who said she feels on par with others when standing at a party, but you gotta leave them behind for interviews. 3” is the max and you better

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Jul 26, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera Comments Off on Interview Fashion Crisis #4 – Jeans

Interview Fashion Crisis #4 – Jeans

You’ve decided on jeans, maybe with a cool jacket and shirt. Unless you are 35 or younger, opt for a nice indigo color, fairly conservative cut. Frayed seams, dyed, contrasting or embezzled are just too hard to pull off. Hint:  If you have no idea what I’m talking about, get a

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Jul 25, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera Comments Off on Interview Fashion Crisis #3 – The Skirt

Interview Fashion Crisis #3 – The Skirt

Don’t do it.  Too sexy or too matronly, it’s hard to get it right.  But the net is, you need to look like you are *working*– ready to roll your sleeves up and dig in.

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Jul 24, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera 1 Comments

Interview Fashion Crisis #2 – The Tie

Sometimes, wearing a suit jacket with a great shirt is perfect for an interview.  Other times a tie is in order.  Sorry guys, it’s hard to know what’s best. Hint:  Bring a tie, take a quick glance around, duck into the men’s room and put it on if you get

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Jul 23, 2012 | Post by: Vikki Pachera 1 Comments

Avoiding the Interview Fashion Crisis – Part 1

Appearance really involves the whole package from the technology you carry (or don’t) to clothes to personal grooming to accessories.

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