Career Advancement Tip #53*


Hone Your Stories

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You never want to volunteer information – either in writing or during an interview – that might make the person doing the hiring nervous.  Be prepared to explain or defend everything in your resume. Employers have every right to ask you about anything they read about you. To prepare for interview, have a number of friends, and / or coaches ask you tell them two or three stories that explain the choices you have made and to describe the challenges you faced., the things you accomplished and the experiences you’ve had in your life.

Read more about this Tip in  *101 Ways to Find Work…And Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Career!  By “Dr. Chaz” Austin

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Author: Elaine Morris Palmer

FEBRUARY 4, 2009 - EXECUTIVE WOMEN2.0 added to top 100 Leadership blogs on the Web by Best Universities. 2011, Member site, Next Generation Leadership.

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