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Nov

2015

Ebook for the Savvy Job Hunter

Author: Beth Stefani
Find out which top career self-assessments are used in the employment marketplace today... and record the results of your own personal “journey” of self-knowledge on the worksheets provided at the end of the e-Book.
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Oct

2015

Tribute to John Lucht

Author: Beth Stefani

It was a sad day for me on Monday, April 13, 2015, when I learned that John Lucht, founder of RiteSite.com, and author of the book, Rites of Passage at $100,000 to $1 Million+, the #1 bestselling book on executive job-changing and career management, had died.

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10

Jul

2015

Interview Jitters?

Nervous about an upcoming job interview? Well, you’re in good company. You’re in the hot seat, and you want to do your best. Here are some tips to help you do your best—and stay calm through your time with a prospective employer.

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Jun

2015

Networking Strategies for Introverts!

If you are looking for new employment opportunities, making connections is critical to your success. However, networking means walking into a crowded room of strangers and engaging them in conversation. As an introvert, I can certainly list numerous other activities more appealing than a networking event, none of them particularly pleasant.
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Jun

2015

Personalized Email Campaigns Using Gmail or Outlook

Author: Beth Stefani

Many times, we have successfully built and executed recruiter email campaigns for our clients, using the International Executive Search Firm Directory provided by BlueSteps. These email campaigns are personalized, and go directly to the recruiters’ individual email accounts at their respective firms.

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May

2015

Tell Me About Yourself” – Creative Elevator Speeches!

You’re in a networking meeting, or at a conference, or at a dinner party, and someone asks, “What do you do?” Whether you’re a recent college graduate or a seasoned executive, you’ll be ready to respond with an “elevator speech,” a quick and easy explanation of who you are, what you offer, and the benefits of what you do. This presentation usually lasts 30 to 60 seconds—about the same amount of time spent in an elevator ride.
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16

Apr

2015

Optimizing Your LinkedIn Profile

Author: Beth Stefani

In June, 2014, we presented an advanced LinkedIn seminar, “Sweet Secrets: Unwrap the Job Search Power of LinkedIn.” We shared our advanced secrets for optimizing your LinkedIn profile to: (1) expand and leverage your contacts, (2) extend your reach and presence on LinkedIn, (3) use “push” and “pull” marketing strategies on LinkedIn, and (4) create a “branded” profile that has “stickiness” – the power to attract and retain interest.

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Jan

2015

Top 5 Practices to Improve Your Job Search

Whether embarking on a new job search, or picking up where you left off before the holidays – now is a perfect time to kick start your job search for a successful new year. I think the key to a successful search is to build a routine and process, supported by effective practices to maintain your momentum.

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