#AskAmy February 2018 - How to Execute A Career Transition!

Feb 09, 2018

Your industry changing at the speed of light? Aged out? Or simply not sure of your next career move?


Join Breakthrough WorkShop #AskAmy Tuesday, Feb. 13th @ The Yard, NYC. In 90 minutes you'll learn to tools on How to Execute a Career Transition!

Click the link below to sign up. Can't wait to see you!
amycoleconnect.com/askamy

 

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This Valentine's Day - Fall in LOVE with Your Job!

Feb 09, 2018

I am in love with many things - swimming in the ocean, lobster drenched in butter and Ryan Gosling (don’t ask!).

When you think of love, most of us will not list our jobs in the top five. IF at all.

It’s easy to daydream about a new position; however, the grass isn't always greener.  In many ways, it's easier, smarter and more fruitful to fall in love again with your current job and experience career growth right where you are!

Try these 4 simple steps:

1. Take some vacation time.

Set yourself up for a new level of success by refreshing your energy.

Sometimes all it takes to analyze your next career move is hitting the RESET button. Revisit your career goals and aspirations with a clear mind.

Even if you don’t have a lot of vacation time, you can take a long weekend “staycation” by booking off a Friday and a Monday.

Regenerate by turning off your work email and investing some time into yourself. Sleep in,...

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How to Find 'The One'

Jan 31, 2018

Valentines Day is just around the corner. It’s bringing up feelings of happiness and love.

Love feels marvelous, doesn’t it?

Do you know what else feels splendid?

Finding THE ONE.

That one candidate…the needle in the haystack. You know them when you find them. Like Cinderella’s slipper. They just fit.

Now, we have all hired a dud from time to time. You know the type. These candidates say all the right things in the interview. They are charming and persuasive. That little voice tells you something isn’t quite right, but you ignore it. You need someone in the role.

Fast forward six months into the future and this imposter-superstar has taken more sick days than you can count, and they are late more often than your Visa payments in college.

I want to share with you my tricks for hiring right the first time.

1. Put Instructions in your Job Ad

Putting simple instructions in your job advertisement will at once weed out the candidates who are making blind...

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Speaking LIVE: Salary Negotiations - Ask for What You’re Worth at Models for Christ

Jan 26, 2018
 

Getting Our Professional Edge on with Models for Christ tonight at the New York Times Building

Hot topic: Salary Negotiations - Ask for What You’re Worth

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Joint Ventures #AskAmy

Jan 23, 2018
 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4eFNPT4UJc

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Ask Amy January 2018 - Nail the Interview Formula and Land the Job!

Jan 18, 2018

Hi Guys! Yesterday I held my first Ask Amy - Career Connect LIVE of 2018.

I spoke on how to LAND the JOB with my NAIL the INTERVIEW FORMULA.

Start Going from Persuer to Persued in no-time with my Nail the Interview Formula.

Interviewing is an artform. Once you learn HOW to interview, you will knock 'em dead every time.

Join me for next month's topic, How to Execute a Career Transition. Details soon.

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Ask Amy #January #2018

Jan 11, 2018

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Top 6 Ways to Secure a Smart Hire

Jan 11, 2018

 

Looking to Secure a Smart Hire Time and Time Again? Check these quick 6 steps to Get your Hiring Game on in #2018

We are all familiar with the idea of New Year goal setting.  For myself, I have my sights set on drinking more water, reading one book per month, and getting to Puerto Rico to help out in some small way.

Hiring the right team is the most important key to your business’ success and I want to help you to create a winning strategy for 2018.

1. Assess Your Needs

Just landed a new account? Before taking any action, you need to do a deep dive into your company’s short and long-term needs. Ensure that you are separating your immediate needs, and your dreams for future growth.

Key positions in your organization should have a 6-month lead time where, if you’re connected with the right recruitment professionals, non-core positions can be filled as soon as 4-6 weeks.

2. Keep an Eye on the Competition

Assess how competitive your talent pool is...

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Make LinkedIn Powerful - #AskAmy

Jan 11, 2018
 

https://youtu.be/GJc-0YGqA9Q

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