Getting your next job may be as easy as showing up on time for the interview, doing your homework about the company, having the right skill set, and making a good impression on the interviewer.
Write a thank-you letter that expresses more than your appreciation. Use it to get the job by showing how you can solve a problem for the company.
Jennie was proud of her success in producing high levels of revenue for her company but nervous about actually showing those numbers in her resume. After considering options, we found a way to use numbers to make her resume strong without revealing data she considered too sensitive.
Ken was confused about whether or not it was appropriate to wear a suit and tie to the second interview with the same company. He found out that dressing for success can mean blending with the environment and choosing a more casual approach when thinking about what to wear.