“Our point of view is that you need to “work at it” to give yourself the best chance at career success. By this we mean you can’t delegate building a network. You can’t have someone else lift the telephone and make telephone calls. You need to out-work other Candidates. You need to track and record what you are doing. You need to try and compensate for the perceived negatives you may have; such as age, experience, ability to self-promote, and more.”… from the Career Guide
In the Career Guide:
- What To Do After A Career Setback
- How They Did It
- What You Absolutely Need Before You Start a Job Search
- The Top 5 Ways to Use Your Age to Advantage
- How They Did It – New Generation
- The Unique zenPeak Interview Guide – It’s All About You!
- Phase 1: Before the Interview
- Phase 2: During the Interview
- Phase 3: After the Interview
get the Career Guide!
a few comments from people like you..
“I once again would like to thank for the session and all your advice. I updated my profiles on Workopolis & Monster with the ‘repaired’ resume and already received 3 interviews, within just 5 days. That’s fantastic! You can use it as a testimonial” — D.A.
“Frank provided me with great ideas and insights to get an interview with a great organization. Once I got to the interview stage he provided coaching that gave me the confidence to succeed in the interview and ultimately land a career role.” G.T.
“I wish to express my appreciation to Frank for his assistance in my job search. He took timeout to meet with me for professional discussions and to help prepare me for the interview.Thanks again for your care and support.” — F.D.
“Thanks very much for the work that you have put in.” — H.C.
“I was pleased to hear from you guys, one never knows with recruiters if you’ll ever be considered for their clients” E.V.
“I just wish to thank you for meeting with me last night. As I said at one point, I am very impressed with the level of engagement you have with candidates. I commend you for your level of professionalism as it is a rare step done by recruiting firms.” B.S.
“I met Frank when I was facing a peculiar situation of not knowing how to position myself in the job market as I had a perceived gap in employment due to my business venture and also an apparent dilution of focus since I had tried to do something away from my industry. Frank helped me addressing this dilemma by literally rewriting my CV as a goodwill gesture from his side. If my CV opens some doors now its solely due to Frank’s inputs.” D.M.
“I wanted to send a quick email to thank you for taking the time after hours to meet with me, I am excited to meet with the team and forge ahead in my new position.” C.R.
“I want to acknowledge and thank you for your professionalism and follow-up – I wish that many other people in your profession were as good as you.” G.B.
“pays dividends to discuss interview strategies under a professional recruiter like yourself.” — S.C.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for arranging a professional discussion which was value-added.” — S.C.
“The interview strengthened my confidence about working as a senior engineer, where I have 20 years global professional experience.” — C.P.
“I’ve decided to write you a small note, thanking you for your help. I enjoyed being evaluated by you; you are an excellent “teacher” and have inspired me to continue looking for a job and learning with an open and positive mind. I send my revised resume to you and want you to know that over 20 agents reviewed my resume after I posted the new resume on-line. I appreciate all your hard work, it’s meant so much to me.” — S.J.
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