Just what IS a good CareerFIT for you?
To achieve a good “fit” between you and any future opportunity, you have to ask yourself some basic questions about yourself and your prospective employers. The fit depends on how well the jobs meets your needs and how well your skills and abilities meet the employer’s needs. The employer will make a decision and extend an offer to you: now it is time for you to make your decision.
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Thursday, January 22nd, we will focus on assessment activity leading to your communication strategies. … My colleague, Brian Allen will co-present. Your Careerpilot has created collateral development: resumes, correspondence, etc. as a separate topic for our next event.
NOTE: Change of venue-we’ll meet at The Original House of Pancakes in Addison (Belt Line, just east of Tollway)
This is a great place to start for new-comers as the other Core Topics will follow in sequence… THIS WEEK’s Workshop… Achieving CareerFIT brings focus to those elusive decisions regarding positioning and targeting your efforts.
The first five steps of the 12 step process, from assessment to beginning the evolution of your LinkedIn Profile, will be discussed.
Write out the factors that are important to you in a job… actually write out your list. During your career transition, learn the value of setting your offer criteria, a key element of your Personal Market Plan:
- Creates an objective target for your efforts ahead;
- Gives you a meaningful set of questions to ask during research and networking;
- Provides an objective way to analyze and react to offers as they occur.
To manage your career wisely has you extending the same concept. Consider some of the factors listed below … Examine each factor through the questions listed – and then ask, “does this opportunity fit me?”
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