"A very informative course with a great suite of downloadable materials. There are many techniques that I have never even considered while conducting a job hunt." -Christopher Taber
Be Part of the Career Empowerment Movement // Course v4.0 Live October 2016
Present Yourself Like a Pro on Your Resume, LinkedIn® Profile, and in Interviews
You know how competitive the job market is and also that a great job is key to living a happy life, but you weren't taught how to job hunt in school. After investing two or three afternoons or evenings learning to master the labor market and your professional presentation skills, you'll be able to qualify yourself for positions that pay more (one participant qualified themselves for a position paying $20,000/yr. more within 3 weeks), to source opportunities so that you don't waste your valuable time, and to present yourself articulately, with confidence, and with purpose. Think of it this way--you invest $249 and a few afternoons or evenings and within weeks you get:
If you learn and use these strategies, this course is easily worth $30,000 to you in the form of increased pay, control over your career, and unlocked opportunities.
Beautifully Produced Videos and the Best Research Available
This collection of 150+ lectures, exclusive guides, templates, sample banks, and more addresses the full range of topics relevant for the modern leader including professional network cultivation and management, resume keyword optimization, professional presentation on LinkedIn®, and much more. The course designed following the structure used at the career management offices of the University of California at Berkeley and is used by the career centers at the EDHEC Global MBA program and California State University business schools. Each module leverages cutting-edge research from organizations like Harvard Business School, the McKinsey Consulting Group, and Duke University. As a premium subscriber to the course, you'll get lifetime access to:
You also have a 30-day money back guarantee if you aren't 100% satisfied with our work. Enroll now and start creating the future you want.
Version release notes:
One of the most important things to realize when you build your resume is this: You don't want to be everything to everybody. In other words, you don't want to claim to have a very broad range of skills that apply to many different kinds of jobs and organizations. Recruiters want to know that you have skills for the specific position they are looking to fill. This is why it is important to pick your Big Six Skills and talk about them, then continuously refer back to them throughout your resume, LinkedIn® Profile, and cover letter.
You are an iceberg. People tend to sell themselves short when they think about skills that they have. The reality is that you just have to present your life experiences in a way that helps other professionals understand how their organizations can use your perspective. If you are a young job seeker and don't have much professional experience, that is okay! For any candidate, finding relevant bullet points is about reflecting back on past experiences (from schooling, part time jobs, projects, athletics, volunteer work, hobbies, and other life experiences) and framing them in a way that makes sense for the Big Six Skills that you're presenting.
In this quiz, we'll reinforce your ability to strategically identify your core professional messaging strategy and the experiences you'll use in resume and other professional communication situations.
Some organizations--especially large ones--often use algorithms to process resumes. If your resume doesn't have the right buzzwords, language, or key words in the copy, then it may not even make it in front of a real human being. In order to get past the robots, use our Step By Step Guide to the A.R.P. in order to keyword optimize your resume.
Using brands, numbers, and details in the body content of your resume will build trust with the reader, and that's crucial! Here, you'll learn how to think about each bulletpoint and use Eazl's supplementary tools to develop killer resume content.
Note: The guide found in this resources section is a re-posting of the CCMM guide found attached to the Job Search CRM module.
If you are a young job seeker that could be identified as a high school student, college student, or a candidate with "no experience" then the key is to realize that you do have skills. Identifying these skills and framing them correctly in your resume will give your resume power. Also, know that people recruiting young candidates are not looking for experts--they're looking for people who want to learn. You'll also see how to reformat your resume in a way that's optimal for candidates looking for their first position or internship.
Davis Jones is the co-founder of Eazl, the venture-backed professional development community headquartered in San Francisco. Prior to launching the Eazl community, Mr. Jones placed talent at firms in Silicon Valley, the city of San Francisco, and the North Bay as a headhunter for Robert Half, the international talent consulting firm with ~$5.4 billion in annual revenues. While working in talent acquisition, his clients included Western Digital, Lending Club, Hitachi, and the Kendall-Jackson family of companies and small and medium-sized organizations like hedge funds, non-profits, and biotechnology companies. Before joining Robert Half, Mr. Jones was a team lead and content marketer for the CCA Group, a financial technology consultancy specializing in institutional crowdfund investing.
In 2014, Mr. Jones was named one of the North Bay Business Journal's People of the Year for his international economic empowerment work and today, Eazl is a community of more than 80,000 ambitious professionals around the world. Eazl's production team is honored to have won multiple production and innovation awards for excellence in producing video-based learning experiences, including Udemy's Innovation Award two years in a row and Skillshare's Top 5% honor.
Mr. Jones earned an MBA with a focus in global finance from EDHEC Business School in France, ranked one of the top 50 MBA programs in the world by The Economist, and a bachelor's degree in international economics with a focus on international development (with highest honors) from Sonoma State University in California.
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