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Posted By Administration, Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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Diane Hudson's great advice on building a sustainable business in her blog this month fits very well with the upcoming Members for Members session where Majorie Kavanagh show you how to maximize value in the Customer Experience.  There is also still room for today's free member webinar on dealing with problematic job seekers - as usual, we expect Jay Block to put his unique spin on the issue before turning to his guests Diane Hudson and Louise Garver for their take.
Build Sustainable Coaching Business
It starts with Determination, Persistence & Patience. Many of the Certified Professional Career Coaches (CPCC) ask me about building a sustainable career coaching business. They want to know if they can make a full-time living from owning and managing a career coaching business. They also want to know what to charge for services.
There are a number of planning steps that go into developing a career coaching business plan including the coaching program structure in addition to the business development plan.
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1 pm ET Today

And You’re Houston !

Best Practices for Writing Résumés for Problematic Job Seekers

Jay will have 2 leading industry experts Diane Hudson and Louise Garver discuss strategies for writing résumés for  job seekers having to address “hiring liabilities” including:

● Job Gaps ● Criminal Records ● Career Transitions ● Health Issues / COVID-19

● Unstable Work History ● Experience or Educational Deficiencies

● Returning to Work after Prolonged Absence

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International Update Your Resume Month
Yes, it really is. This creates an excellent opportunity for you to nudge people to dust off old versions and keep themselves current. PARWCC has a full set of marketing materials for you to use with the newest installment of the Marketing Gearbox, linked below. Take advantage of this time to raise awareness of the value career professionals add.
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The Customer Experience

1 pm ET
Wednesday Oct. 7

Learn how to grow your bottom line whether you are an established business owner, independent contractor, or just starting in the resume writing world. This Members for Members session is presented by Marjorie Kavanagh. Truly knowing your customer (s) and providing convenient, personalized service that meets their needs is critical for competitive advantage, brand building, brand loyalty, referrals and growing your bottom line.

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Things We Found Interesting This Week
July job openings were close to those in December. And it's not always where people think.
Survey: A new top list of the 'worst' questions candidates are being asked in interviews.
The art of persuasion increasingly has science behind it. This contrary approach might work for some.
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Expand Your Professional Options With Advanced PARWCC Certificaitons

Resumes open doors of opportunity, but interviews win job offers. Job seekers must confidently sell themselves and their value to win job offers. Facilitated by best-selling author Jay Block, CEIP has been the industry standard for interview training since 1998.


Ready to dig in and cement your knowledge of the basics? Curator John Suarez is a master of the art and works with students at any level to dramatically up their Resume Writing skills. Want to get ready for testing, level up from where you are now or just polish up skills - the program can work for you.

Mindset drives skill set. What good is a great résumé in the hands of a depressed job seeker? When you combine your areas of expertise with empowerment and motivational strategies taught in CEMP, you will provide your clients with a tactical advantage that will result in rapid employment.

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