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Career Sorcery

By |December 29th, 2015

Game on. Giddy up. Start your engines. Ready, set, go. On your mark. Play ball. Tip off. Kick off.  Whatever words get you going, they should be shouting in your ear. The is your career call-to-action.

A new year brings new opportunity. It’s part of the business and school cycle central to your daily life. […]

Random Job Thought #2

By |September 8th, 2015

People really don’t want you to speak your mind. They just want you to feel like you can. During an interview, keep it short and to the point.

David Rose is an author, candidate advocate, and the Vice President of Recruiting with YELLOW DOG Recruiting (www.yellowdogrecruiting.com), a national recruiting firm specializing in the placement of […]

Random Job Thought #4

By |September 2nd, 2015

How many times have you seen a post that promotes a job seeking a “talented” or “enthusiastic” leader? As if there are other companies that are ok hiring untalented and unenthusiastic leaders. Strange.

 

David Rose is an author, candidate advocate, and the Vice President of Recruiting with YELLOW DOG Recruiting (www.yellowdogrecruiting.com), a national recruiting firm […]

Random Job Thought #9

By |September 2nd, 2015

Company loyalty hinges on the engagement. It’s not the rah-rah jargon or the team building. It’s not the on-site restaurant or discounted gym memberships. It’s totally, and completely, about following through on promises.

David Rose is an author, candidate advocate, and the Vice President of Recruiting with YELLOW DOG Recruiting (www.yellowdogrecruiting.com), a national recruiting firm […]

Random Job Thought #15

By |September 2nd, 2015

Don’t make it easy for any employer to pass on you. One surefire way to get excluded from consideration is to ditch the job search responsibility off on someone else. If you can’t invest the time in your own career search, what would make a company believe you would invest the time for them?

David […]

Sometimes, You Must Switch It Up

By |June 29th, 2015

When you’re a candidate for a new job – by choice or unforeseen circumstance – it’s easy to get lost amidst the competition. And, as if the competition wasn’t enough, candidates have been known to disappear in the vast depths of database systems too.

You’ve been there. You’re willing to do whatever it takes to […]

Get Your Just Deserts

By |June 2nd, 2015

When the job market is active, it’s just as important to validate as is it to make a change. The grass may not be greener, but, finding out what weed killer a company is using can be valuable too.

We are going through a shift in the workforce. There is less talent available (or less […]

Interviewing is Presenting

By |May 16th, 2015

Guest Post by John Dix, Founder, JMD Partnerships
I’ve done a lot of work with professionals at all levels on presentation skills.

Everything from how to physically prepare for a presentation, to content development, to tips to avoid anxiety, to what to do after a presented to guarantee your next presentation is even better
And I have […]

No Decision to Make

By |January 21st, 2015

It seems like every day I speak with a candidate who wants to make a decision before it’s time. It is human nature to consider the information you have and to want to make a decision based upon that information. An interview process is stressful and time consuming. It requires deep commitment and great […]