Meria With Kathleen Brady – Get A Job!

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12/24/13 Meria interviews Kathleen Brady, iPEC certified career management coach on her book “Get A Job, 10 Steps to Career Success”. This time of the year is famous for layoffs and firings. Learn how to succeed in landing a job through this interview and book. Whether you have a job or not you can learn a lot from today’s show. Always have a Plan B, even if you have a job; todays job market and mentality; pay attention to the market and the world; keep your skills up; writing a proper resume; dress for success; video applications? the importance of follow up; having a comprehensive game plan; what do you really want to do? Don’t sell yourself short; the interview; networking-building relationships; the early bird catches the worm; dress one step above the norm; personal branding;believe in yourself, how to negotiate money  and lots more.




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3 Responses to "Meria With Kathleen Brady – Get A Job!"

  1. andie says:

    I read Dress for Success a long time ago, and it seems that, according to your interview subject, nothing much has changed. The guy who wrote that book said that Personnel hires mostly on superficial impressions – and usually ends up with the wrong person. He also stated that if the interviewer actually does the job that the interviewee is applying for, they are more likely to end up with someone who is competent.

    I got tested at Johnson O’Connor Research Labs in NY- http://www.jocrf.org/. They are unique in the aptitude testing sector as the tests they do are highly accurate in terms of describing a person’s innate abilities.
    If companies would hire people who had the requisite skills (and some of those are inherent and cannot be learned – for example, the ability to deal with 3 dimensionality, which is what mechanics, scientists, engineers and doctors have -as well as hairstylists and fashion designers) – then it would be a lot easier to fill positions.

    The present way of hiring just seems so outdated, inefficient (in spite of bots reading resumes, which are always puff pieces that no one takes much time to verify) and unlikely to change.

  2. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    I’ve been in the same “job” for 25+ years, and probably will be for the foreseeable future, but this interview gave me quite a few tips I can use for myself and pass on to others. GREAT STUFF!!

  3. Meria says:

    thanks, I intended to shake up the variety this year, so far, so good.

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