Something that comes naturally to me is how to market oneself (also referred to as "selling yourself", though I like to refrain from that phrase for perhaps obvious reasons).
I also happen to love learning about how to best market yourself in a job search and have extensive experience marketing thousands of people to land new employment opportunities.
In short, what I do is, help people find jobs.
My clients come from all locations, with all backgrounds. The process is simple, services are cost effective and every client receives 30 days of follow up time to ensure complete satisfaction in my work.
Here are some of the main issues I have helped people with in the job search:
Re-write your resume and/or cover letter to make you look awesome.
One of my strengths is taking your already "good" resume and making it amazing. The documents I create for jobseekers are completely customized, stand out to employers and get interviews. Reviews from past clients can be found here.
Prepare you for a career change.
Examples of a "career change":
- A stay-at-home mom returning to the workforce.
- An established teacher wanting to explore opportunities outside of the traditional classroom.
- Someone who feels "stuck" in a position/industry and wants to do something else.
I can pull out all of your transferable skills and experiences, highlight them in a way that demonstrates your value to a new/different industry, and give you the confidence and knowledge you need to transition careers faster.
Prepare for the interview to land the job offer
It's one thing to look like a rockstar on paper, but you also need to back that up in person. It's amazing what a little interview practice can do for jobseekers at any level. I excel at quickly identifying your interview strengths and work hard to refine your areas for improvement to ensure you seal the deal.
Hope this helps answer the commonly asked question; "So... what do you do?"
To get even more information or set up a free, no commitment consultation, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.