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Executives: A Seismic Shift in the Recruitment Process by D. B. Wienke

LinkedIn recently published its findings about skills-based hiring, comparing YOY figures. Jobs are changing, even if you’re not changing jobs. And job descriptions are doing so at an increasing rate, accelerated by the pandemic. Upskilling is the key to staying relevant in your current role, or pivoting into a new role, and skills are front …

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What about random LinkedIn invites from people you don’t know?

Strategically, you’ll want to create a wide but selective network.   More may be better–but not for the reason you may think.   LinkedIn algorithms propose and suggest people who are look-alikes from your current network. It’s up to us to decide if strangers without any link to our business is a good idea or …

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Let your profile do the hard work for you

Recruiters and hiring managers can’t find or vet you without a complete and fully optimized LinkedIn profile. Let me help you show your career credentials and manage your online reputation, how about it?

The hard truth about soft skills

In an increasingly automated world, the essence of being human is becoming more important. Possessing and developing soft skills is valuable not only because of increased machine learning and AI, but because soft skills are transferable across industries if your career plan is to pivot. Recruiters and hiring managers can’t find or vet you without …

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How to engage better with a Recruiter via LinkedIn

https://resumelinkup.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Resumelinkup-14.mp4 Here is an important tip for YOU! Making sure that you are able to be reached by recruiters is game-changing. Inserting your contact info on your LinkedIn profile allows for anyone to contact you about a potential job.

How to spot your own tipping point by D. B. Wienke

It’s a book about change, something on our agendas for 2021. Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point is an examination of the social epidemics that surround us. In particular, it’s a book that presents a new way of understanding why change often happens as quickly and as unexpectedly as a sneeze. Small, barely noticeable changes will amass …

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Should You Use ‘Open to Work’ on Your #LinkedIn Profile to Attract Recruiters?

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A LinkedIn colleague of mine @AndyFoote recently asked his network to respond to a poll of the ‘Open-to-Work’ photo frame on LinkedIn headshots. The results confirmed something I already knew to be true: recruiters are looking for the right candidate, not the right job seeker.  The new “green ring” does not serve as a “green light” …

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The Secret Revealed: How to Land Your Dream Job within the Hidden Job Market

95% of job applications never make it past the ruthless resume bots.…so if you’re applying, applying, and applying to jobs for which you perfectly match the qualifications…yet you still hear nothing but crickets.…here’s the answer to that! The Hidden Job Market If you need a job yesterday, you probably don’t want to count on this …

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How to write a “cool” LinkedIn recommendation in 5 minutes

A LinkedIn recommendation is a written testimonial, permanently on display on your profile. Written recommendations are invaluable because a professional who knows the caliber of your work is vouching for your capabilities publicly. It’s the best way to acknowledge a great colleague or a terrific referral source. And I write them usually without solicitation to …

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