As you undertake your job search, it is important to represent your capabilities on-line as well as on your resume and through your interviews. Employers identify talent through sources that are heavily influenced by your on-line presence, including employee referrals (67%) and social media recruitment (59%) as well as recruitment firms (24%).
By the end of this CAP, you will be able to...
- Understand the difference between a reactive and proactive job search
- Search for relevant roles using key words on digital platforms
- Learn the best digital platforms for job search
- Craft an organized job search plan
This CAP is for you if...
- You are actively seeking a new role
- You are passively interested in new opportunities
- You are open to being solicited by recruiters
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Put Into Practice
It’s time to put what you learned into real-world practice. Here are a few steps you can take
Reflect on your wants and must-haves for your next career moves
Complete the Evaluating Your Job Search Criteria Worksheet to reflect on your wants and must-haves for your next career move.
Develop a job search strategy
Review the Two Hour Job Search Tips from our Executive Career Strategists and complete the LAMP Job Search Tracker to develop a list of your top companies and potential connections. Bring this tracker to your ECS for further dialogue on next steps.
Research your online presence
Google Search and Personal Brand Check: Ensure that your online presence accurately represents your personal brand.
- Conduct a Google search on your name, including your legal name and any nickname(s) you commonly use.
- Analyze the information that appears and assess its consistency with your personal brand.
- If the search results do not align with your personal brand, take proactive steps to correct or remove the information.
- Keep in mind that if you have a common name, you may need to refine your search by adding specific keywords to find information relevant to you.
Update your LinkedIn profile to match your desired role
Review the article How to Choose the Right Key Words For Your LinkedIn Profile and watch the training on how to Search and Apply for Jobs on LinkedIn. Using your learning, optimize your LinkedIn profile for your desired next steps. Remember to update your LinkedIn profile focused on your desired role rather than your prior roles, especially focused on your headline, about section and your job descriptions.
Schedule a call with your Executive Careers Strategist
- Refine your personal strategy
- Get feedback on the work you put into practice
- Learn other related techniques and strategies