This is an entry level package to help Advance your job search success and get you started on the career you deserve.
The Online Mentoring Package has been designed for people wanting to learn how to win the career they deserve at their own pace. Jump online at any time with your 2 months full access to videos and resources. Receive confidential advice with 2 months of online mentoring.
How this package will help you:
Accurately understand the job and career market and the strategies to succeed
Increase your technology and workplace communication skills for your career success
Learn how to build your own network for finding jobs and building your future career
Learn how to build your resume in an effective format
Learn skills for different kinds of interviews
Learn how to negotiate the salary with your employer
Leverage your LinkedIn profile to get you in front of the right people
The best opportunities go to the people with the right career strategy and who are well-prepared, so do not hesitate, limited places available for people serious about their career dreams.
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The way people looking for jobs 50 years ago has dramatically changed in today’s high-pressure job market. The criteria for looking a job is different, therefore it is important to gain firsthand information and industry insight to help you win the career you deserve.
Understanding the job market
To find your dream job in the competitive job market, you need to fully grasp the approaches to job hunting and utilise them to help you secure your dream job. There are two approaches to job hunting – ‘Evolutionary’ and ‘Revolutionary’.
It is important to ask yourself some career questions before you proceed to job hunting, to gain a holistic view of who you are, where you have been? and where you want to go? By analysing different aspects allows you to find a job that fulfils your life goals and experience.
8 Skills for Career Success (Part 1)
There are 8 skills crucial for career success: career business planning, personal branding, personal productivity, effective decision making, relationship effectiveness, great team playing, organisational smarts and service quality systems.
8 Skills For Career Success (Part 2)
Continues the discussion of the previous chapter from relationship effectiveness to service quality system. Fully grasp these 8 skills will equip you for a successful career you deserve.
Winning in the Advertised Job Market
Only 25% of available jobs are advertised, recruiters do not fully advertise all vacancies. Because they will search through the database first to find suitable candidates. Thus, it is important to formulate a game plan that ticks off all these factors in order to win.
A resume is a tool for you to get an interview, your resume is employer’s first impression about you. It is important to tailor your resume accordingly. Most employers look through resumes as a screen application out rather than in.
Answer the phone in a professional manner, always be ready with something to say. Employers use phone interview to screen out candidates and shortlist for face-to-face interview. Try to reschedule surprise phone interview
In an assessment centre, you will be assessed on a range of activities ranging from in-tray exercise to group activities. It provides a holistic view to the employers of your key skills and how you fit into the team.
Show your interest in the company, well prepared and being excited about the role sets you apart from other candidates. Attitude is one of the key areas employers look for before they offer someone with a job. It is crucial that you have demonstrated the ability to do the task and be punctual.
The invisible Job Market
Up to 75% of jobs are actually not advertised. It is important to search for these invisible jobs in the market. There are always vacancies in the job markets, companies are continuously expanding and restructuring, but some of these positions are not immediately advertised.
Networking is about building relationships with people, it is a two-way street, don’t just make contact when you need a job. Start contacting them before you start job searching to keep them updated with your details, how they are going and inform them that you are in the process of job hunting.
Finalising the Starting Package
Negotiating your starting package is probably the most stressful time of your job hunting process. Sometimes it is easier to accept what has been offered to you. But it is important that you believe what you been paid reflects what you worth.
Succeeding in Your New Job
After finding the job you deserve, it is important to excel it. Give yourself a grace period to learn about your job, working environment and culture. Always ask for help if you don’t understand. There are many tips in this section to help you succeed in your new job.
LinkedIn and Social Media
Having a LinkedIn profile is now nearly as important as having a resume. Even if you don’t supply a link in a job application, many employers might still try and look you up. It’s also a great way to network and to stay on top of who you know.