The 3 Step Solution

Step One: Take Inventory

“Teach you about yourself! In the career transition process, know what makes you valuable, validate your competencies, and bolster your confidence. Take inventory!!” Harley Stamm

Whatever your ambition, now is the time to become more self-aware and assess who you are. You need to take inventory; identify the personal and professional qualities, strengths, and accomplishments that make you unique and support career development planning.

Step Two: Prepare

“You won’t nail the job unless you know how to mold and merchandise yourself…. If this is true when times are booming —and it is—you can only imagine how true it is in times like these.”  Harvey McKay

The second step is to develop your marketing plan and your self-marketing materials. Having completed the personal/professional assessment process and identified accomplishments, the next step is to prepare your resume, your self-statement, references, and cover letters.

Step Three: Make It Happen

“The way of the world is meeting people through other people. Other people, some you know well others not at all initially, will become your richest resources in the networking and search process.”  Jack Milligan

Important at this stage is the need to efficiently network, skillfully interview, negotiate confidently, and settle into the new job in an advantageous manner.

“Just a note to let you know you succeeded once again. And to top it off, the job is the one that was at the top of my list! Thanks to your guidance, resume advice, and interview practice. The plant manager said I was hired ever another candidate because of my professional approach and my people skills.”  Manufacturing Manager

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