Expert Resume Writing/Coaching
My name is Levi Swartz. I am Spokane's premier Resume Writing and Career Coaching service. We have a major problem in the job market today. There are talented candidates everywhere who can't secure an interview or get the job offer, and they have no idea why! The worst part is prospective employers rarely communicate this key information; most don't even inform candidates they were not selected for the position! How does a candidate improve an area that they didn't know they needed to improve on? It's time for a change, which is why I opened Rise High Career Coaching.
”My mission statement and personal commitment to my clients is to transfer my insight, career experience, and job coaching skills to navigate through the multiple barriers of the marketplace.Levi SwartzCareer Coach
Millennials in the Workplace
A Millennial is generally defined as someone who was born between 1981 and 1996. There are approximately 73 million Millennials in America.
We are now also the largest segment in the workforce, and are estimated to become up to 75% of the workforce by the year 2030 (US Bureau of Labor Statistics). With this rapid growth and expansion, the job seeking process has shifted into a networking endeavor where building connections has become the top priority.
Top Candidates Now Possess 3 Key Traits:
1. They are experts in job searching and networking
2. They have a profound understanding of how to connect with prospective employers.
3. They are up-to-date on current trends in their respective industry.
Click here to learn how to advance your career, crush your interviews, and leverage yourself to become the star candidate.
Who Is A Middle Manager
A typical title for a middle manager is a Regional Manager, Division Manager, General Manager, Branch Manager, and a Department Head.
A middle manager is accountable for balancing the organization and department’s objectives and goals. Typical titles include Division, Regional, General, Branch, and other Department Managers. He/She will be responsible for delegating tasks, providing input into the overall direction, as well as managing daily operations for their entire department.
Executives are pillars of success, growth, and leadership.
Advancing to an executive role means you go from the nuts and bolts of management to a more philosophical and psychological leadership role. You are the high tide that has to lift all of the boats! Executive positions make an impact that yields success for the company while driving followership among the teams that are engaged in the heavy lifting.
But how do you garner the requisite skills if thus far you’ve served in a management, rather than a leadership capacity? And once you do amass those capabilities, how can you demonstrate something philosophical, like leadership ability, in an interview? Click here to learn how to prepare for your executive job search, what to expect, and a few challenges you may encounter along the way.