Summary Sunday: Job Search Communication
How’s your job search communication? From writing emails to creating your personal brand story, and everything in-between, are you communicating as effectively as you can?
Communication skills can always be honed!
These articles will help you build your communication skills and I hope you’ll follow some of these excellent resources.
There are great examples of how to convert negative phrases into positive ones! If you’re like me, you’ve probably written a couple of emails with this language! No more! It’s an easy fix!
by Levo League | YouTern
Don’t ruin your reputation. What you say in your emails and the setup of your email message matter – a lot! It’s too bad they don’t teach this stuff before you take your first job!
by Adrian Granzella Larssen | The Muse
If you’ve just completed an internship or assignment, give a recommendation to get a recommendation! Here’s advice on how to write an amazing recommendation for your supervisor or boss.
by Neil Patel | Neil Patel
This article walks you through the process, starting with establishing your personal brand story. You need to know this before you do anything! This is very comprehensive and I’m pretty sure it’s going to help you build that online brand (because no one is going to do it for you!)
by The Muse | Forbes
It’s often said that companies don’t hire based solely on skills- they look for passion. But there are at least three occasions when passion just isn’t enough to overcome other issues. Be sure to pay attention to these three things while communicating with a potential employer.
by Craig Jamieson | Maximize Social Business
Please don’t let the title scare you away. Selling to businesses is exactly what you are doing as a job seeker, so all the same rules mentioned in this article apply to you.
One of my favorite tips in this post is the value of Twitter lists. It makes your experience using Twitter so much more productive!
Presentations don’t have to be made in front of people. Often, creating a presentation is a way to summarize and share information so take a look at these great examples and get inspired to create a better presentation, summary or présumé (part presentation, part resume).
by Jillian Kramer | Glassdoor
Thanks to Jillian for reaching out! If you want to job search smarter, the trick is building online visibility and a reputation of excellence.
Check out what you can do to lure in potential opportunities!
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