[Lynda.com] Insights from a Career Coach / Инсайт от Карьерного Тренера [2012, Карьера, WEBRip, ENG] (Видеоурок)

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[Lynda.com] Insights from a Career Coach / Инсайт от Карьерного Тренера [2012, Карьера, WEBRip, ENG] (Видеоурок)

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Insights from a Career Coach / Инсайт от Карьерного Тренера
Страна: США
Тематика: Бизнес
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Продолжительность: 00:27:37
Год выпуска: 2012

Cтраница курса на сайте производителя: Lynda.com

Язык: Английский
Перевод: Отсутствует

Описание: Are you feeling stuck in your current position, seeking a new one, or contemplating a career change? In this interview, author and career coach Valerie Sutton answers common questions about career development. For those thinking about a new career, she offers advice on assessing your passions and your personality, knowing when you need more education to get the job you want, and researching hiring trends in the industries that interest you. For those actively searching for jobs or getting back into the job market after an absence, she discusses how to write resumes and cover letters that speak to your talents, impress potential employers, and help you land an interview.

Topics include:
  • Making a career change and assessing hiring trends
    Using a gap analysis to fill holes in your resume
    Tailoring your resume
    Evaluating postings on job boards
    Maintaining an online presence
    Having a portfolio
    Increasing your visibility with recruiters
    Moving up in your career

    Об Авторе Курса
    Valerie Sutton

    Valerie Sutton is a thought leader in career theory and student services in university settings. An experienced career coach within the MBA and education sectors, she has an expertise in applying research to practice, by utilizing technology to help create a "career consciousness" with her clients. As a Director of the Career Services Office, she has oversight of services that reach over 900 students annually at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

    Valerie's prior experience includes the Fox School of Business at Temple University, the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, and the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Valerie is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, CareerLeader assessment, and has knowledge of the Strengthsfinder assessment.

    Her interest is in training and development of individuals and teams in managing their career progression and understanding market demands, as it relates to recruitment and retention of employees. Through the use of career theory and coaching techniques, her goal is to teach individuals to take the initiative and lead the success of their own career. To learn more about Valerie visit her LinkedIn profile.
Interview 27m 37sChoosing between a career coach or a career counselor 1m 37s
Following your passion 1m 27s
Getting exposure to other industries 1m 2s
Looking at personality assessments 1m 16s
Making a career change and examining hiring trends 1m 4s
Knowing when to go back to school 1m 10s
Using a gap analysis to fill holes in your resume 2m 31s
Advice for college students 1m 26s
Getting into the job market after time away 1m 25s
Tailoring your resume 1m 49s
Looking at job postings on job boards 1m 4s
Maintaining an online presence 1m 44s
Having and presenting a portfolio 1m 13s
Increasing your visibility with recruiters 52s
Writing a cover letter 1m 22s
Exploring the biggest mistakes people make in interviews 1m 11s
Discussing negative job experiences in an interview 1m 51s
Moving up in your career 49s
Transitioning between freelancing and a corporate environment 1m 33s
Dealing with frustration and anxiety 1m 11s

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Качество: WEBRip
Формат: MOV
Видео кодек: H.264
Аудио кодек: AAC
Видео: AVC 960x540 15fps ~200Kbps
Аудио: AAC 48kHz 2ch 96Kbps
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