50 Posts in 2016 on Leadership, Careers and Resume Writing

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As we all make our plans, goals and New Year’s Resolutions for 2016, one of mine is to write weekly blog posts (at least 50 altogether) in the New Year on the topics of leadership, careers and resume writing. Here are 30 subjects I plan to cover, and I will add the other 20 topics over the course of the year.

Since I write these posts to be responsive and helpful to clients and others, please let me know if you would like any of them to be a priority (i.e., addressed earlier in the year), because they are particularly relevant to your current situation. You can leave a comment below or email me at asegal@segalcoaching.com.

Leadership

Branding Yourself for Greater Leadership Roles in 2016

Finding and Establishing the Right Networks

Putting Your 30/60/90 Day Plan into Action

How to Get Traction with a Sponsor (Not a Mentor)

Positioning Yourself for Board Membership

Writing Emails that Show Leadership with Simple, Actionable Words

Controlling the Time Demon: Work Your Plan

Does Managing Up Actually Work? How to Do It Right

Non-Profit Board Leadership: The Advantages and Realities

Do True Leaders Always Know How to Execute Their Ideas?

Careers

What Does Your Career Need Most in 2016?

How to Prepare for a Panel Interview (with Multiple Interviewers)

Preparing for a Phone Interview – Be Ready for Anything

How to Gain Non-Profit Experience While Keeping Your Corporate Job

Why Skills-Based Volunteering Is Important for Your Career

Why Recruiters Won’t Talk to You

Breaking Out of a Career Silo

Do You (Sometimes) Sabotage Your Own Career?

Informational Interviews: What Are They and How Do You Get Them?

How, and How Often, Should You Follow Up after an Interview?

Resume Writing

Why Your Industry-Jargon Resume Isn’t Impressing Anyone (Keywords Aside)

Should Your Resume Be Two Pages or Longer?

Should a Recent Graduate Have a One-Page Resume?

How Often Should You Update Your Resume?

Writing a Non-Profit Résumé for Transition from a Corporate Role

How to Read a Job Description

Should You Match Your Resume to Your Job Description?

Why Your Law Firm Resume May Not Get You an In-House Role

How to Write a Board of Directors Résumé

5 Things Your Resume Cannot Do for You

I look forward to discussing these and other topics with you in the New Year. Happy almost 2016!

Anne Marie Segal is a career and leadership coach and résumé writer to attorneys, executives and entrepreneurs. You can find her website at www.segalcoaching.com.

WRITING SERVICES include attorney and executive résumés, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, bios, websites and other career and business communications.

COACHING SERVICES include career coaching, networking support, interview preparation, LinkedIn training, personal branding, leadership and change management.

 

 

 

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