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Join this job searching workshop in November 2017

Bookboon together with one of their very successful authors Paul Brisk (who wrote Creating your CV as a self marketing tool and Essential job searching tools) have great news! Paul intends to carry out a number of 2-day job searching workshops.  (more…)

5 Ways To Revolutionise Your New Year Job Search & CV

challenges aheadAre You Trapped By Mediocre Thinking?

People often trap themselves in a cycle of low-level success by following conventional job search strategies and typical CV promotion techniques.  Understandably, recruiters are not impressed.  Conventional people are only credible for small shifts in job responsibility.

Achieving a new job with significant managerial responsibilities or in areas outside of your previous experience first requires a revolution in your mindset.  Change how you approach job hunting and your competition evaporates!  By thinking like an executive you ask new questions of both yourself and others attaining unconventional insights that excite the recruiter.  In short, generate executive impact!

Here are five ways to spark your executive revolution:


A New Year, a new career, a new CV

Paul Brisk This is an article by Bookboon author Paul Brisk.

It’s that time of the year when New Year’s resolutions have been made and often relate to taking a fresh look at our jobs and taking stock of where we are going. Most importantly, we stop to see whether our current values and aspirations are being fulfilled.

We spend the majority of our time at work, so it’s vital that we are happy with what we are doing.

If a decision is made at this point that we need a fresh challenge, with or without additional responsibilities, the key driver in finding that position is a strong and meaningful CV.  (more…)