- Identify the kinds of activities, people and environments that you most desire in your work.
- Determine which work environments best fit your personal and professional needs and the skills you would like to develop there.
- Focus on career objectives that are important to both you and potential employers.
- Create a sharper career focus by comparing your existing skills with those required in various areas of employment.
- Understand which skills need further development in order to successfully compete in the job market.
- Write a resume that advertises your skills.
- Articulate in an interview the skills that match those required by potential employers.
About Lydia D. Bowers
Lydia D. Bowers is on a quest to show the world the better side of HR. On her expedition she is armed with a Master’s Degree in Organizational Behavior from Cornell University, mediation and career coaching certifications, and work experience ranging from high-growth startups to Fortune 500 companies. Her private career coaching is focused on helping individuals better understand and advocate for themselves so work can bring them joy. Her trusty sidekicks on this adventure are her dogs, 50lb pitbull-mix Hugo and 15lb mini-poodle Hooper.Start Course