How to Change Career and Find a Completely New Line of Work
in Career Guidance

Fancy a career change? It’s usually straightforward finding a similar role in a work sector you know well – but how do you look for something entirely different? 6 D’s to get quicker results when changing sector: 1. Dump your preconceptions The job market is increasingly flexible – every year people make sector changes. Don’t
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Your Path To the C-Suite
in Career Guidance

C-suite is the term given to the highest level of leadership within a company or organization. Specific titles may vary depending on company and industry, but typically the “C’ in the term represents the word “chief” in different corporate titles, such as chief executive officer (CEO) and chief financial officer (CFO). Also known as C-level
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What Makes a Great Candidate?
in Career Guidance, Talent Management

Let’s face it, job hunting is no quick and easy task. It takes a lot of time and effort to create an application which might get you to the next stage in the recruitment process – but how do you stand out in the crowd? What differentiates you from the rest? What makes you ‘great’
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Resume Writing Mistakes to Avoid
in Career Guidance

While resume writing is an integral skill for successfully breaking into the job market, not everyone has exposure to it in a formal setting. Many are forced to take matters into their own hands to craft a resume that is a static representation of who they are professionally. I’m sure many of you are no
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How to Impress a Recruiter
in Career Guidance

When it comes to the present job market, there is still a greater supply of candidates than available job openings. For every open position, a recruiter should be able to provide at least a few viable candidates that they’ve short listed from the mass of applicants via resume review and prescreens. Hoping to make it
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Should You Seek Horizontal or Vertical Career Growth?
in Career Guidance

Your parents and grandparents probably had careers that went along the vertical growth path.  They started working for Company X somewhere near the bottom and over the course of their lifetimes slowly climbed the ladder to get to the highest possible position they could attain. Times have changed. These days companies look less for a
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