132 Career Tips for Women

By Melody R. Green

General non-fiction, Business | eBook


If it’s been a while since you looked for a new job the chances are the job market has changed while you’ve been employed. To keep ahead of the rest it’s wise to have the best tips for the process at your finger tips and 132 Career Tips for Women e-book gives you these. No matter if you are a first time job hunter, looking to change industry sectors, re enter the workforce, consolidate your career or enhance your direction the 132 Career Tips for Women has been written with you in mind. The better you understand what motivates a boss when hiring staff, or know the tips that help you engage better with time poor recruiters, the easier your job process will be. This knowledge will build your self-confidence by allowing you to appreciate what you have to offer a prospective employer. Filled with practical tips and strategies let 132 Career Tips for Women help you make your next career move and see the difference. The podcast attached is a visualisation process to help you find your dream job.


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If it’s been a while since you looked for a new job the chances are the job market has changed while you’ve been employed. To keep ahead of the rest it’s wise to have the best tips for the process at your finger tips and 132 Career Tips for Women e-book gives you these. No matter if you are a first time job hunter, looking to change industry sectors, re enter the workforce, consolidate your career or enhance your direction the 132 Career Tips for Women has been written with you in mind. The better you understand what motivates a boss when hiring staff, or know the tips that help you engage better with time poor recruiters, the easier your job process will be. This knowledge will build your self-confidence by allowing you to appreciate what you have to offer a prospective employer. Fil...


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Melody R Green has spent the last 10 years in working in career advice and employee engagement. In 2008 in response to a skills shortage and lack of local employee engagement Melody created the Sydney Jobs Fairs(Australia,2008 -2009) and was a nominee for that work at the 2009 Telstra Women in Business Awards. Melody has worked in diverse industry sectors such as education, entertainment, transport & logistics, agriculture, hospitality, business services and health. It was during her time as a counsellor that she first came across women who were feeling disconnected from their careers and years later when she had moved into career advice for youth she realised women were still struggling with the same issue and needed different resources to support the way women think and make choices in their life and careers. Melody has worked in a variety of companies from the large multinationals, not for profit organisations, trade organisations, family business and educational facilities which enables her to have a thorough knowledge of what employers are looking for when then hire candidates.


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Melody R Green has spent the last 10 years in working in career advice and employee engagement. In 2008 in response to a skills shortage and lack of local employee engagement Melody created the Sydney Jobs Fairs(Australia,2008 -2009) and was a nominee for that work at the 2009 Telstra Women in Business Awards. Melody has worked in diverse industry sectors such as education, entertainment, transpo...


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Your Career Your Way

7 August

Becoming a finalist in the 2015 IAN Book of the Year Awards When I sat at my desk writing Your Career Your Way - A step by step guide for the woman ready to radically invent her career, my only intention was to put a workbook together that women of all ages could access to assist them to evaluate their skills, talents and values to find the most satisfying career choices for them. I did not look for fame, fortune or awards for my book. Yet here I am two months in from publication date with an award for my book. I am glad the topic and content spoke to the reviewers and they saw the need to award the book because they considered it worthy. So often worthy subjects languish in the back of dusty library shelves while those that are fashionable find glory. I am delighted to see that maybe the issue of women being unfulfilled and underpaid in their careers is considered a worthy enough subject for discussion and book publication. I certainly see it as not only worthy but essential to resolve, if we are to have flourishing businesses, communities and nations. I wrote Your Career Your Way because I wanted women to understand they did have the skills to "play big" in the world of careers but it would not happen for them until they owned and were proud of, all they had achieved and could bring to their work places. As the job applicant it is your responsibility to show the prospective employer what you can bring to their company that will fill the position they have on offer and enhance the company in so many ways. You may be being paid for your skills and your time but in reality you bring so much more of yourself to the company than this. Savvy employers understand this and harness it for their good. Confident employees know how to let their employers know they are valuable. Your Career Your Way helps you construct a clear, full picture of who you are so you can market yourself to an employer with the job you would find satisfying and fulfilling. This in turn means you will do your best and bring your not inconsiderable talents and capabilities to the business, ensuring profitability for the company. Yes that's right, a win- win! I am very proud of my book, but I will be prouder still to see more women reach their goals, unemployment drop, businesses be profitable and our society prosper. If Your Career Your Way helps this process than I am indeed happy I spent the hours writing this book. Any awards gained are merely icing on the cake. Your Career Your Way can be purchased from Software Publications and is a companion book to 132 Career Tips for Women


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Becoming a finalist in the 2015 IAN Book of the Year Awards When I sat at my desk writing Your Career Your Way - A step by step guide for the woman ready to radically invent her career, my only intention was to put a workbook together that women of all ages could access to assist them to evaluate their skills, talents and values to find the most satisfying career choices for them. I did not look for fame, fortune or awards for my book. Yet here I am two months in from publication date with an award for my book. I am glad the topic and content spoke to the reviewers and they saw the need to award the book because they considered it worthy. So often worthy subjects languish in the back of dusty library shelves while those that are fashionable find glory. I am delighted to see that may...


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