He wants to do something new, maybe a little bit righteous. She sees herself leading a nonprofit or creating a medical device that saves lives in the remotest parts of the world. However, the search process has changed radically from the last time they looked for a job. Like many job seekers, they’ve done a lot and can do a lot. But, recruiters can’t see past old job titles to recognize how a candidate can contribute to the work force in new ways. And worse, the candidate feels tongue-tied for the first time in their career. In The Art of Finding the Job You Love, Cara Heilmann, CEO of Ready Reset Go®, offers a fresh, safe, and unconventional way to help job seekers speak their talents and passion to make a difference through their work. She connects the worlds of comedy and recruiting with a look behind the curtain to share what hiring managers are really looking for and reveals why the more successful people are, the more they wing interview prepand how that can work against them. Readers learn how to:
Get clear on the targeted job to make everything easier Create (at least) five riveting career stories that must be in every job seeker’s toolbox Understand how to connect with chemistry during the interview processeven for the most introverted introvert Make a lasting positive impression that sticks well after the interview The Art of Finding the Job You Love helps job seekers craft compelling career stories and communicate them in a way that leaves hiring managers wanting more and job seekers with the opportunity to make a difference in the world through a career they love!
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Cara Heilmann is the CEO of Ready Reset Go®, a career coaching firm that helps people get jobs they love. She is a recognized author, expert, and speaker. Her first book, Ready, Reset, Go!, was co-authored with best-selling author Brian Tracy. Cara holds an MBA from Vanderbilt University and a Bachelor of Business degree from the University of Hawaii. She is a Certified Professional Career Coach, and on the FORBES® Coaches Council. Cara resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two boys where she trains for marathons and crazy fun 24-hour relay races.