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  • 9 Surprising Ways to Be More Valuable to Your Employer

    by Peter Economy-The Leadership Guy You can become more valuable to your organization. But first you have to ask yourself some very important questions. For a business to succeed, it has to recruit, hire, and retain talented people who consistently bring value to the organization, and to its customers. The more value you bring with you to your job, the more valuable you are to your employer. Not only will you command a higher salary and be ...

    Posted at August 7, 2017 | By : | Categories : Candidate Newsletter | Comments Off on 9 Surprising Ways to Be More Valuable to Your Employer
  • Boom or Bust: How to Know When You are Expendable

    Written by Rick Rupp & Mike Smith How often do you hear of a professional athlete that was in the spotlight last year, but no longer even mentioned in conversation today? It happens all the time. Take a major league pitcher for example. Sometimes it takes years to make it to the majors, but when they do, they had better perform, or very quickly they are demoted back to the minors in one short ...

    Posted at March 22, 2017 | By : | Categories : Candidate Newsletter | Comments Off on Boom or Bust: How to Know When You are Expendable
  • Creating Your Value Proposition And Selling Your Value

    by Nancy Swain Let’s talk value. Value is relative. Value Added, Value Proposition, Value Messages, Positioning Value… We’ve all heard about “added value”, there’s no value that’s a real value unless it is relevant to the listener and their needs. Many of us have professional backgrounds where we sold services and “value”. My passion is in capturing value and defining what that is for you and for your future employer, or customer. It’s quantifiable – at least if ...

    Posted at February 7, 2017 | By : | Categories : Candidate Newsletter | Comments Off on Creating Your Value Proposition And Selling Your Value
  • How Establishing A Relationship With A Recruiter Can Benefit You

    (Even If You Love Your Job And Never Intend to Leave It!) By Bonnie Lapke “What’s the point of working with a recruiter if I love my job?” I’ve heard that question more than once. On the other hand, I also commonly hear “I’m really happy where I’m at in my career and I’m not looking for a change, but I’m always open to hearing about opportunities that might be a “step up” for me.” Establishing a ...

    Posted at February 10, 2016 | By : | Categories : Candidate Newsletter | Comments Off on How Establishing A Relationship With A Recruiter Can Benefit You
  • Boom or Bust: How to know when you are expendable.

    How often do you hear of a professional athlete that was in the spotlight last year, but no longer even mentioned in conversation today? It happens all the time. Take a major league pitcher for example. Sometimes it takes years to make it to the majors, but when they do, they had better perform, or very quickly they are demoted back to the minors in one short phone call. Today it seems everything is measured and ...

    Posted at June 14, 2013 | By : | Categories : Candidate Newsletter | 0 Comment