Monday, August 9, 2010

How to prepare for a Job Interview?

Preparing for the interview is one of the most important steps in the career change process. Employers want bright, capable leaders who will make a positive impact on their organization and work effectively in a team environment. Employers also look for organizational fit. Keep these tips in mind as you prepare for your interview:

1. Review the job description and be prepared to describe how your experience relates to the duties required.

2. Research the company and its competitors. Plan to describe how you can bring value to the organization

3. If appropriate, talk to current employees and customers of the company to gain a more thorough understanding of the organization.

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Thursday, August 5, 2010

13 Best Job Sites for Baby Boomers

This article published on lists job board sites that are particularly friendly for us baby boomers. Past the link along to a friend that's looking for a job.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Book Recommendations by Todd Govig

Featured book recommendations by:
Todd Govig
President & CEO of Govig & Associates

Mindset, Carol S. Dweck
Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell
Uncle Eric Model, Richard Maybury
Born to Run, Christopher McDougall
Get Connected, Starr Hall
Poor Charlie's Almanack, Charles Munger

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WorldBridge Meeting Presentations

Two feature presentations from our annual meeting, 
January 22 & 23 in Chicago IL.
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Steve Knauss, FSM, MRINetwork
Touch Plans the Basic and Now What.
Being organized and planned at your desk is a top priority. 

Judy Walcott, VP, WorldConcert
RPO Light
RPO market overview 2009 & 2010. What do we have to offer in terms of solutions?

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Social Media and Me (WorldBridge Partners Meeting 2010)

Social Media presentations are everywhere these days and if I go to YouTube and ask the question "How to use Twitter" I'll find plenty of material to get myself up to speed. The question is: How do I combine all these tools effectively as a Recruiter? Tools like Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, Hashwork... need to make you faster, more efficient and broaden your marketing map. If using these tools means extra work, you are definitely doing something wrong.
See our presentation for a quick overview on integrating Social Media into the Recruiting business.

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