Here Is What I Can Help You With
A Personalized Job Search Process
Understanding Your Needs
Optimizing Your LinkedIn & Social Media Profiles
Best Ways For You To Use Job Platforms Effectively
Getting Ready For Interviews
Optimizing Your Resume
Strategy To Leverage Your Network
Learning to Explore The Hidden Job Market
Learning To Negotiate Offer & Terms
Why Is A Personalized Step by Step Job Search Strategy Required?
Understanding your needs - Clarity around what you are specifically looking for in terms of title, role, skill, level, etc. is fundamental to building the right and customized job search strategy.
Optimizing your resume - You need to make sure that you are able to articulate the value you can bring to a future employer. You also have to ensure that your resume is ATS friendly so that it can get in front of the recruiters and not get filtered out.
Optimizing your LinkedIn and Social Media Profiles - These days recruiters are scouting for candidates mostly on social media platforms. You not only need to have a profile there but ensure that it is optimized and positions you well, so recruiters can find you from a sea of more than 500 million candidate profiles.
Strategy to leverage your network - 80% of the jobs are filled through networking and referrals. You need to know how to build and leverage your network strategically to find the job you are looking for.
Best ways to use job platforms - Applying for jobs on the job boards and praying for a response does not work. You need to know where to look and how to look for the jobs you are interested in.
Learning to explore the hidden job market - More than 80% of the jobs are never advertised. Having a strategy to access this hidden job market is important to ensure that your job search does not turn into a long frustrating wait.
Getting ready for interviews - There can be fierce competition for talent in certain areas. You can not afford to not be ready for the series of interviews you may have to face with different people in the hiring team. It requires a lot of research, planning, preparation, and practice for you to be able to make an impression.
Negotiating offer and terms - Getting selected for a role is a big feat. But you need to make sure that you get what you are looking for.
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I Can Also Help Build
A Customized Career Strategy
Understanding Your Needs
Assessment Of Your Strengths And Areas Of Opportunities
Setting Career, Professional & Personal Goals & Actions To Be Taken
Getting Ready To Position Yourself For The New Career
Assessment Of Your Interest Areas
Assessment Of The Work Environment & The Market
Tracking Progress & Modifying Strategy
Why Do You Need A Customized Career Strategy?
Understanding needs - You need to be clear about what your aspirations and goals are. Do you want to transition into a new career or a new role in the same company or something totally different in another industry or function or company? Is it vertical growth you are after or a different challenge in a brand new area? What is prompting you to make the change?
Assessment of your interests - If you want to make a career transition, it is helpful to get an assessment done of your interests and passion so you can make the right decision. After all, career is long term thing and must be something you would enjoy doing for a long time.
Assessing your strengths and weaknesses - Clear assessment of your strengths and areas you need to work on will allow you to prepare for not only making the right decision but also prepare for it.
Assessment of the work environment and market - An analysis of your corporate environment as well as that of the market will allow you to determine the right strategy and timing for a career move. This may include understanding the corpoarte politics, behaviors that are valued or if external, the demand for the area you want to move in.
Setting goals and acquiring appropriate skills - Once you have the strategy and timing, you need to set actionable Career, Professional and Personal goals to get to your desired state. Sometimes it is also about building the necessary confidence to venture into unchartered waters.
Implementing strategies - Next you need to put your plan in motion in a structured step by step way. This may include create more visibility for yourself or create a more favorable impression, finding internal or external sponsors and mentors to guide and help you make the move.
Getting ready to position yourself for the new career - If making a career transition within your company or outside, being ready to answer questions form interviewers about how you can add value even with your lack of expereince in the new area prepares you to convince the hiring manager why you are the best person.
Tracking Progress and modifying approach - Evaluating what part of the strategy is working and what is not allows you to make modifications to your approach and finally get to your dream career.
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