Author Archives: Hannah Morgan

It’s Your Move: How to Create a Compelling Personal Marketing Plan

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In the game of chess, the very best players do not make their first move until they have planned their last.  During job search, the same strategic logic applies.

So before you start looking, it’s time to create a personal marketing plan…   

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Professional Reputation: 8 Ways to Stand Out and Stand Above

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What colleagues at work think and say about you in private and when you aren’t in the room is known as your professional reputation. And it matters a lot.

If you don’t feel you are earning the professional reputation you need or deserve, try implementing some of these ideas today…   

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Custom LinkedIn Invitations: The Key to a Smooth Connection

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In case you haven’t heard, you should always use custom LinkedIn invitations to connect. But it isn’t always easy.

Here are two secrets to help you send custom LinkedIn invitations…   

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Your Next Job Search: 7 Things To Do After You’ve Landed a New Job

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Congratulations, you’ve landed a new job! But don’t relax just yet. There are some things you’re going to want to do to help your next job search.

Why? Because, yes, you will have to look for a job again – perhaps soon.   

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How to Answer the World’s Most Difficult Interview Questions

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What can you do to feel confident and empowered during your upcoming job interview? The answer, it turns out, is simple.

You must learn about the types of difficult interview questions you can anticipate having to answer during your job search…   

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No More Job Security? Workplace Automation Isn’t Stealing Your Job… Yet

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Do you fear your job will disappear as a result of driverless cars or self-checkout lanes in stores?

There’s been a lot written about workplace automation. But don’t worry, robots won’t take your job… yet.   

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