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What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?
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What If You Were.. Committed To Your Career Success?

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What if you were committed to your career success? What would you do differently? Follow these steps to become an outstanding employee and create demand for your talent. These suggestions apply …

What if you were committed to your career success? What would you do differently? Follow these steps to become an outstanding employee and create demand for your talent. These suggestions apply whether you are an experienced candidate or just starting out.

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  • 1. WHAT IF YOU… WERE COMMITTED YOUR CAREER SUCCESS? By Lynn Hazan and Vanessa Vasquez (LH&A Intern) © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 2. What if you interviewed for a job as if your life depended on it? • Would you do it differently? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 3. Would you dress differently? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 4. What if you double and triple checked your resume for typos? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 5. What if you took time to rehearse your answers to difficult interview questions? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 6. What if you brought a positive attitude to your interview vs. laissez-faire attitude? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 7. What if you abolished the words, “I don’t know” Instead saying, “Good question, Let me investigate and get back to you.” © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 8. What if you saw an interesting article and shared it with your boss? What would that say about you? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 9. What if you came to work with new ideas to contribute to company growth? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 10. What if you took your weakness and turned them into your strengths? • What areas do you need to work on? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 11. What if you stayed committed to the idea of lifelong learning? How would that help you become more employable? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 12. What if you assumed your job was always on the line? How would that effect your work ethic? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 13. What if you took the lead in company meetings? • In every meeting, there are leaders and followers. Who are you? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 14. What if you took responsibility for your own actions instead of blaming someone else? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 15. What if you never said,” Sorry that’s not in my job description?” • Instead, you accepted other responsibilities, and become a “go-to” employee. © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 16. What if you knew your worth and owned it? You have skills, strengths, and experiences that no one else has. Use these to your competitive advantage. © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 17. What if you were interviewing for your dream job? • How would you show up? What would you do? © 2014 Lynn Hazan & Associates. www.lhazan.com
  • 18. Find Lynn Hazan & Associates • Twitter: @lynnhazan • LinkedIn: Lynn Hazan • Facebook: Lynn Hazan • SlideShare: Lynn Hazan • EzineArticles: Lynn Hazan • Lynn Hazan • Lynn Hazan & Associates • 55 E. Washington St. • Suite 715 • Chicago, IL 60602 • 312-863-5401 • Lynn@lhazan.com • www.lhazan.com

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