Monday, December 22, 2014

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Does your resume list responsibilities or accomplishments?


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Getting Ahead
Stop making excuses for your outdated resume
Don't delay updating your resume by telling yourself that you're waiting for the right time, Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter writes. At least once a year, prioritize updating your resume over any other weekend or weeknight obligations. "Once you get in the flow, the process is invigorating and empowering," Barrett-Poindexter writes. blog (12/19)
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Feel underutilized? Try this
Make sure you're getting your workload done efficiently before discussing the issue with your boss, suggests career consultant Liz Reyer. "Put yourself in your boss' shoes" and think about your job performance, why your workload is light, what may be holding you back and whether there is extra work available, she writes. Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.) (12/21)
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You want to sell your business, and you want to ensure that you get the best possible price. By taking 7 simple steps, you can dramatically improve your chances of attracting buyers and getting big bucks for your business. Read the article and learn the 7 steps.

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Effective networking starts before the conference begins
Before heading to your next conference, make a list of people you'd like to meet, starting with the speakers and key attendees, Jason Treu writes. Research their social profiles and consider volunteering at the conference to gain access to VIP receptions. Brazen Careerist/Brazen Life blog (12/17)
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The Landscape
Maternity coaching helps retain execs at some companies
Maternity-coaching programs have become more prevalent as companies have sought to retain talented female executives, Caroline Fairchild writes. Coaching services can entail group meetings or individual sessions that last up to a year. Fortune (12/19)
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Your Next Challenge
Does your resume list responsibilities or accomplishments?
Tweak your resume so that it lists your accomplishments as opposed to just your previous job responsibilities, Kyra Mancine writes. "How much money did you save? How did you increase efficiency? You can easily transform most job duties into quantitative qualifications," she writes. LinkedIn (12/17)
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Balancing Yourself
The 3 ingredients to beating procrastination
Overcoming procrastination requires a boost in motivation and energy, and possibly a new focus, writes Joel Garfinkle. "Chronic procrastination is actually a big wake-up call that's telling you, 'Maybe you're working on the wrong things, or you're headed the wrong way. Find a different path!' " Garfinkle writes. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership (12/15)
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The Water Cooler
Mondays are the most dangerous day of the week, Labor Department says
More workplace-related injuries occurred on Mondays in 2013 than on any other day of the week, according to a report by the U.S. Labor Department. Friday was the day when workplace injuries were least likely to occur. FiveThirtyEight (12/16)
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