Find out how having your resume ready will make you feel more confident. It also means that if a job suddenly comes up, you will be more likely to apply because there is no barrier of having to write a CV first.
- Another action that I would recommend…well before any changes are announced…so that you're ahead of the game…is to always have your CV or resume ready.…Certainly, if there are any rumors of layoffs…that might possibly affect you,…get your CV written and up to date.…This is just one or two pages,…ideally one, that describe your job history…and your current skills, so that any future employer…can see how good you are.…There's lots of information available on…how to write a great CV, and I'm not going…into that here, but my point is to make sure…you always have an up to date one ready.…
This is for three reasons.…First, it makes you feel more confident.…You're ready for any changes that might come along.…You're ahead of the game.…It's one less mental barrier that you have to jump…if you have to prepare for a change of employment,…and one less thing to be using your time on…when you could be actually looking…for that next job.…It's good for your state of mind…to have it done and ready in your top drawer.…It's a way of telling yourself,…
- Why we dislike change
- Planning for change
- Developing mental toughness
- Maximizing your interpersonal skills
- Setting long-term career goals
- Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone
- What to consider if you're thinking of leaving your job
- Building up your network
- How to be low maintenance employee
- Establishing goals and plans with a new boss
- How to deal with a bad boss
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understand and Prepare for Change
4. New Initiatives or Mergers
5. New Roles, Teams, and Location
The benefits of a new role3m 25s
6. New Boss
Next steps1m 25s
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