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The job search
Transcript of The job search
Personal job-ready check
What is your personal brand? How do you stand out?
The job search
70%+ jobs are not advertised!
What do you want to be?
Got the job . . . now what?
Focus on learning
Actively develop new connections, networks and mentors
Put your hand up
Keep your LinkedIn profile up to date
Plan for your next job - but don't be a job hopper
Work out what you like to do. What are you being called into?
Develop a personal brand
Job hunt like you mean it
Keep learning and developing your networks
Plan for your next job
Your elevator pitch
Research your interviewer
Answering common questions
What do you like to do?
Update your Facebook?
Design and code apps?
Cook gastronomic delights?
Where is God in all this?
Questions to ask
Where are your gifts and talents? Ask others!
What do you like to do now?
What about in 10 years?
Ask advice. Talk to people
Don't be scared about change.
It is the new normal.
God needs godly people in all industries
Pray about it!
Getting the job!
Make it job specific
Make it easy to read
Tell a story
Focus on problems solved
Your cover letter
Address the individual
Cover all key criteria
Use facts and figures if possible
Letters and emails directly to hiring managers
Cold calls, phone and in person
Job sites (Seek)
Contacts & Networking
If you are serious about getting a job, treat your job search like one
Answer questions confidently and directly, take your time if you need to
Have your own questions
Clarify what problems need solving
Use examples from your own experience
Prayer is powerful
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What do you think should be in
a cover letter?