The online business world is fast and furious. Make sure that you are making your best first impression with a great head-shot. You can do a pretty decent job of taking your own photos if you follow these tips… 1. BEWARE THE “SELFIE” Don’t literally try and take it yourself! There’s not much worse than a “selfie” on a ... Read More »
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Branding is a term associated with marketing. Few university students realise that they have to engage in marketing their skills when they apply for a job. To do this in a professional way you need to engage in establishing a personal brand of your own. The brand you develop will tell potential employers a great deal about your ... Read More »
Personal Branding for University Students- Griffith University Leading the way for Job Search Success!
Personal Branding for University Students- Griffith University Leading the way for Job Search Success! Over the last couple of weeks we have been working with the Student Leaders program at Griffith University. These students are the top 50 students who have applied for and been selected for advanced education in preparing them for the real business world. Joanne Fairclough has ... Read More »
Brisbane's annual Re-Invent Your Career Expo was held on the 23rd and 24th of April 2013 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. With dramatic changes to the QLD job market landscape after the large rounds of redundacies in QLD government and other industries, there was a broad range of people at the expo with a large variety of exhibitors Read More »
This month I spoke at the Australian Marketing Institute’s Breakfast on the topic of “The Rise and Rise of Personal Brand” with Craig Sneesby, perhaps Brisbane’s best known Executive Recruiter at U&U Recruitment and Kerryn Fewster, best known in C-Suite circles for her Executive Coaching expertise with Change 2020. I also recently received notification that I have one of the ... Read More »
Have you ever had that feeling when you look at your Linkedin profile and think “I know something’s not right but I don’t know what it is”. You look at other people’s profiles and wonder how did they get theirs to look so good? Your Linkedin profile is totally different to your resume. The purpose of your ... Read More »