Thursday, January 29, 2009

Une offre incroyable dénichée pour vous !

Bonjour, 


Just check here this incredible offer with this unbelievable guarantee ! 

Aujourd'hui, je voulais vous parler d'un des plus actifs  spécialistes  de la gestion de carrière que je connaisse. 

Son nom est David Perry. 
Ses idées sont assez innovantes et ses conseils trés "pushy". 

Il a écrit plusieurs livres en anglais dont Guerilla Resumes. 

Dans ce guide il vous propose des modéles de CV originaux et créatifs. 

Prenez le meilleur, et obtenez des rendez vous pour votre prochain emploi. 

Pour 29,97 dollars ou 23, 64 €  !

OUI !!!

 Si vous voulez trouver un emploi ou un stage rapidement grâce à un expert du recrutement, alors commandez le livre rapidement en ligne. 

Simple et efficace - l'auteur sait de quoi il parle. Il est exerce des fnctions de recruteur depuis de nombreuses années. 

Par ailleurs, il vous propose une garantie que vous ne retrouverez nulle part ailleurs : Vous essayez sa méthode pendant 56 jours. 

Si vous n'êtes pas satisfait il vous rembourse intégralement votre achat. 

Incroyable, non ? 

Mais ce n'est pas tout ! Si vous lui apportez la preuve sérieuse et documentée que vous avez essayé sa méthode et que dans les 90 jours, vous n'avez pas trouvé d'opportunité de travail :  il vous rembourse et en plus vous verse 29,97 dollars ! 


Si vous voulez de l'aide pour votre évolution professionnelle et qu'une telle offre avec une telle garantie ne vous convient pas, je ne sais pas ce qui peut vous aider. 



Regardez par vous même ce que Mr Perry vous offre : 

Cliquez ici 

Merci 

Patrick Taranto 

P.S. - En plus de sa méthode, il offre des bonus incroyables : 

Des modèles de CV et de lettres sous format Word ( en anglais) 

Rien que ces bonus couvrent largement votre investissement ! 

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

See Jane Lead:By Lois Frankel Ph D


99 Ways for Women to Take Charge

Between Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office and Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich I’ve suggested 176 mistakes women make when pursuing their professional and financial goals. By now we’ve focused enough on errors, so this book doesn’t focus on mistakes – only on strategies for how you can unleash your leadership capabilities in a variety of situations. It’s not that we don’t make mistakes related to leadership, because we do. Put a nice girl in a group of men and women and she’ll wait for a man – or more powerful woman – to take the lead every time. Ask a nice girl to make a decision for the group and she’ll take a poll before taking action. Give a nice girl a group of people to lead and she’ll treat them like a family, rather than a team of people looking to her for decisive, but humane, leadership. And in so doing she denies the given talents she possesses that could serve to make her an exemplary leader. Women lead all the time – they just don’t call it leadership.

"Lois Nailed it! Who said it was easy to move up and move on? For today's woman, balance is always a challenge. Lois inspires and teaches through simple and understandable techniques. She gets it! Being a working woman while trying to raise children is a difficult task, but Lois gives you the organizational skills and confidence needed to succeed at both."

Carolyn Kepcher – Co Star, "The Apprentice"
Former Executive Vice President, The Trump Organization
Author, "Carolyn 101
"

8 tips from inside the cover...
1. Articulate your vision. Write down what you want to Achieve. Be as specific as possible. Be certain to include what you want to do, how you want to do it and what people will get out of doing it with you.
2. Develop your strategy. Whether it’s a problem you’re solving or a change in direction you want to undertake, develop your overarching strategy for addressing the challenge before diving in.
3. Resist perfectionism. Thinking that you have to be perfect causes your strategic thinking to be constricted. The balance of strategic thinking and tactical implementation is by nature imperfect.
4. Choose the hill you’re willing to die on. When faced with a host of concerns you would like to express or changes you want to make, choose the two or three that will make the greatest difference to your ability – and the ability of your followers – to add value.
5. Get to the point. Women have the tendency to use far more words than needed when influencing. Begin your communications with the one statement you would want others to remember if you had only enough time to say that.
6. Practice the 7:1 rule – seven pieces of positive feedback for every piece of developmental feedback. Keep in mind the three caveats of positive reinforcement: it has to be genuine, specific, and free from implied criticism.
7. Manage meetings effectively. Preparing for meetings isn’t enough. You have to be certain that meetings start and end on time, one or two members aren’t allowed to dominate the meeting, and limitations are placed on the amount of time you will spend on any one agenda item.
8. Read It’s All Politics: Winning in a World Where Hard Work and Talent Aren’t Enough. Kathleen Kelly Reardon brilliantly dissects the meaning of workplace politics and offers practical ways to achieve it. Her refreshing perspective will help you to overcome your hesitance about being better at politics. 

See Jane Lead

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Pop Quiz: so you think you know the answers?

Hey there,

Are you having a stressful day? 

Well, take a break with this fun quiz. It's only 5 questions,
and will take you less than 5 minutes.

1. Which legendary musician was told "You
can’t play the piano, and God knows you can’t
sing. You’d better learn how to weave chairs
so you can support yourself."

Hint: He's blind, but that didn't stop him either

2. What's the name of famous bodybuilder who
was told in his teen years by concerned family
members, "How long will you go on training all
day in a gymnasium and living in a dream
world?"

Hint: He went on to win the Mr Universe title
FIVE times

3. Which well-recognized NBC broadcaster
was told, "You have the perfect voice for
broadcasting, but you should get a job as a
secretary. We’re not using women"

Hint: She hosted one of the most popular talk
shows for 2 decades

4. Which successful entrepreneur was told,
"You’re foolish to try to sell sparkling water in
the land of Coca-Cola drinkers”


Hint: He went on to sell what is now one of the
most common bottled waters in France

5. Which cosmetic tycoon was told, "Liquidate
the business right now and recoup whatever
cash you can. If you don’t, you’ll end up
penniless” weeks before she opened her first
store?

Hint: In 2003, she was honored with the award
of "Greatest Female Entrepreneur of American
History" by a panel of academicians and
business historians. Oprah Winfrey ranked
second.

So...

Think you got your answers?

Find out if you got it right here




Cheers,

Patrick 

PS: You'll also find out how you can be just like
them. Trust me, you'll love this.

PPS: Don't spend too long thinking over the
questions, 'cause I heard the answers to the
quiz are going to get pulled down after a
couple of days.





PPS: Feel free to forward to your friends and
compare your scores :)

Anita Roddick Interview

Bonjour,

Nous allons co-organisé un forum intitulé "Women in leadership" à Paris en avril 2009.

Pour introduire cette nouvelle réalité sociale, une vidéo d'Anita Roddick.


Have you heard of the event "Women in leadership" that will take place in Paris, next April ?






So there’s no better time than now to show you this - a video interview with the late Dame Anita Roddick, founder of the Body Shop, philanthropist and one of Britain’s most loved People.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Richard St. John: Secrets of success in 8 words, 3 minutes

A fun and inspiring video about success

Recrutement 2009 : 320 000 emplois à saisir

Dans le dernier numéro de Challenges du 8 au 14 janvier 2009, vous trouverez un article intéressant sur les entreprises qui recrutent.

Les entreprises embaucheront encore malgré la crise.
Cela tient au papy boom.
Les 120 sociétés du palmarès offrent, entre autres, plus de 200 000 CDI et près de 60 000 emplois pour les cadres.

http://www.challenges.fr



Vous y trouverez les témoignages de Laurent Bénech, dirigeant du cabinet ad and so , de David Guillocheau directeur du cabinet Talentys, Maryvonne Labeille, présidente de Syntec recrutement,Lucie Cabel de l'ANDRH, bertrand Bottois, directeur du recrutement d'Axa France, Stéphane Calmès DRH de leroy Merlin, Frédéric Oudéa, Directeur Général à la Société Générale

Selon le barométre APEC, plus de 40 % des entreprises prévoient de recruter en 2009. Les secteur conseil et energie ( Areva et Total par exemple ) sont porteurs. Les fonctions juridiques et RH, commeciales, contrôle de gestion,risk manager,logistique,R et D sont recherchées.





Par ailleurs, mercredi 14 janvier à 17H00, Challenges organise un forum avec Fabrice Lacombe, PDG de Michael Page.

Pour avoir une vision plus prospective du marché de l'emploi, vous pouvez consulter l'ouvrage de Lucie Roquebain et Fabrice Lacombe.

Les emplois de demain : Prospective du marché de l'emploi et des métiers du recrutement à l'horizon 2015

Monday, January 5, 2009

Want To Win an Interview : Employers Reveal 207 ways to Ace Job Interviews on Video

"MORE than 2,500 workers a DAY are being thrown out of their jobs as the money crisis bites. 72,500 are expected to lose their jobs in the City alone.


The avalanche of redundancies is the equivalent of TEN Ford plants closing every week.

And the real job losses picture is even GLOOMIER because many companies are quietly refusing to replace staff when they leave.

Worse still, if you are OUT of work, the chances are slim of you getting back IN.

The number of vacancies in Britain has shrunk by 73 per cent in the five months to October, meaning 271,900 jobs have disappeared.

My name is Stephen Conway. Thanks for visiting the site. Sorry to start with the depressing news, but it is important that everyone knows what problems lie ahead.

If you don't make sure you are ahead of the game now, you could have real problems being out of work for a long time.
So what qualifies me to be giving you advice?

Well, I spent 15 years as a recruiter for some of the world’s leading brands including Gillette, Colgate Palmolive, Kellogg’s, Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, Microsoft, AT & T, Cable & Wireless, Disney, and Nokia etc.

Over my 15 years in the business, I took feedback from thousands of interviews and asked the same two questions every time: What impressed you most? and What mistakes did they make?


I kept the answers in a dossier which over the years became a big file of 207 tips, and then used these tips to coach my candidates before they went to interview.

The results were outstanding. I tested this out over many years, showing the candidates who followed these tips won 87% more job offers than those who didn't.

More interestingly, those candidates who refused the tips, saying they 'knew it all' and didn't need the advice, were actually beaten to the job offer by less experienced candidates who followed the advice!

So please remember - this advice covers all levels, from a college graduate to a Managing Director.

As a result I wished that I could put this information on to DVD, and now my wish has come true.

I have interviewed top employers and recruiters on film and asked them the same question. This DVD now contains those 207 tips, but rather than me telling them to you, you get to hear it from the Expert’s mouths themselves.
With the financial markets as they are, having powerful interview techniques at your disposal can be the difference between getting a job and not getting a job.

Whether you’re applying for your first job after leaving college or are an experienced professional who simply wants a change of career, our DVD can help you win that job:
Stand out from the crowd – our especially designed interview tips mean you can get yourself noticed more than other candidates.

Make sure your CV / Resume looks great – before even getting an interview your CV must look good. We provide advice on what to write, and how to make sure it stands out.

Banish interview nerves – employers and recruiters alike know candidates get nervous; yet it’s not a nice feeling to have. We have proven techniques that rid you of that dreaded feeling just before entering an interview so you can perform at your best.

Be instantly liked – if an employer does not take a liking to you, your chances of employment are small! Using our cutting edge psychological techniques, you can be instantly liked and immediately strike a chord with the employer/recruiter.

Build rapport – Taking the interview to the next level is where rapport comes in.
This helps create a fantastic relationship between you and the interviewer, as the interview develops.

Ask great questions – as part of your interview, the employer/recruiter expects you to ask questions. Even if they have covered everything, our tips will give you the right information to help you ask questions even when you think there may not be anything else to ask.

Breeze past tricky questions – these are part and parcel of most interviews and this is where most people fall down at interview! We show you how to avoid falling into the trap.


Negotiate the best job offer – once you’ve managed to secure a job offer, it’s time to make sure you are paid well. We teach you how to get the most out of your offer.

The experts on the DVD are employers and recruiters with an average of 20 years experience each meaning they are top of their industry.

This enables us here at Expert’s Guide to give our customers only the most up-to-date, effective material.

Get it now !
Stephen Conway "

About the British Education System

If you are not familiar with the British education system, it can be a little confusing. Read this guide if you are not sure what the difference is between the exams, or why and when they are taken.

Students in England study General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) over two years, from the age of 15, and take GCSE exams at the end of this period. These are the final years of their compulsory high school education. At this point, students can either leave school and get a job, or go on to further studies.

The most traditional route for students wishing to go to university is to stay on at school or attend college for a two-year A Level course. This will allow the student to apply for any degree course at any university, providing they meet the entry requirements.

Alternatively, if a student has already decided on a path of study or career, they can take a Foundation course which will give in-depth tuition in that chosen area of specialisation and is a fast-track preparation course for a university degree in that subject.

Read more about:

GCSE
A Level
Foundation

General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
What are GCSEs?
GCSEs are the main examinations taken by UK students to complete the first stage of secondary or high school education. Once you have completed your GCSE programmes, you’ll be ideally placed to progress to A Level, Foundation or equivalent.

What subjects can I study?
There is a broad and exciting range of GCSE subjects to choose from. Some subjects at this level are compulsory and others optional. For example, at Bellerbys College you’ll study 3 core subjects and then choose up to 3 from a list of further options.

Core subjects: Mathematics, English, and Computer Studies.
Optional subjects: Accounting, Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, Geography, Natural Economy and Physics.

What do GCSEs consist of?
Depending on which subjects you choose, you’ll receive lessons taught in the classroom or laboratory. In some cases you’ll also take part in educational field trips.

You’ll be expected to complete homework and independent or group research projects. To ensure that you make progress, regular testing is also a feature of most GCSE programmes.

How will I be assessed?
For each GCSE subject that you take, you’ll receive a final grade from A* (highest) to G. Your GCSE result will depend on the outcome of one or more methods of assessment:

Exams that are externally marked and graded.
Continuous assessment during your course, for example, coursework assignments and practical experiments.
Please note: The proportion of coursework to exams will depend on the subject, and the timing of your exams and coursework will vary.

What do my GCSE grades mean?
They are a measure of your achievement at UK secondary or high school level. Also, they assess your ability to progress to A Level or an equivalent standard. Some universities specify minimum grades in certain subjects as part of their entrance requirements. Later on, some companies will only consider your application if you have achieved specific grades in particular subjects.

What else will I gain from studying GCSEs?
Studying such a broad range of subjects will help you to decide what you are really interested in. If you want to progress to A Level, studying GCSEs will give you the ideal grounding. You will develop:

Your ability to think critically
Research and analysis skills
Study techniques
Team working ability

Read more about the Bellerbys GCSE course


Advanced Level (A Level)
What are A Levels?
A levels are studied typically between the ages of 16-18 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, although mature students are also encouraged. They remain the most popular route into UK higher education institutions.

How many subjects do I take?
To gain entry to a top UK university you’ll need 3 or 4 good A Level grades, although if you’re exceptionally talented you can take 5 subjects.

What subjects can I study?
There is a broad range of A levels for you to choose from, including Business, Science, Arts and Humanities subjects. At Bellerbys we encourage you to study the subjects you'll enjoy. However, we recommend the following choices in preparation for specific degree areas:

Science, Medicine and Engineering: Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Business, Humanities and Law: Maths, Economics, Accountancy, Business Studies, English Literature and Psychology.
What do A Levels consist of?
Each A Level consists of 6 units which are studied in two stages:

Stage 1 – Advanced Subsidiary (AS) level: You’ll study 3 modules and upon completion you’ll be awarded an AS Level.
Stage 2 – A2 level: You’ll study the second set of 3 units which will take your AS level to a full A Level.
Please note: When you have completed the A2 Level, your AS Level grade is transferred to one A Level grade. If you decide not to continue to A2 Level, you can keep your AS Level grade. This can still be used as part of your application to university.

What do my grades mean?
For each A Level subject you take, you’ll receive a grade from A–E. The entrance requirements for the university courses you’ve applied for will be expressed as either:

Grades: AAB, BCC or CCC for example.
A UCAS Tariff score: 360, 300 or 280 for example.
You can translate your predicted A Level and AS Level grades into UCAS tariff points as follows.

A Levels

Grade Points
A 120
B 100
C 80
D 60
E 40


AS Levels

Grade Points
A 60
B 50
C 40
D 30
E 20


Many companies will also evaluate your application for a job on the basis of your A Level grades, as well as your degree.

What else will I gain from taking A Levels?
In addition to academic study, the aim of A Level study is to develop important competences: Independent thinking, study skills, team working, research and analysis. It will also help you to decide what you would like to study at degree level.

Read more about the Bellerbys A Level course

Foundation courses
What is a Foundation course?
Foundation programmes are designed to lead to acceptance onto a degree course at university. They typically last between 9 months and 2 years.

Why should I study a Foundation course?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, a Foundation course could be for you:

Do you need to improve your English or academic study skills before degree level study?
Do you lack the formal qualifications needed to enter a British university?
Do you require knowledge of a particular academic subject area to gain entry to a degree?
At Bellerbys, we specialise in educating international students and can prepare you to succeed alongside UK nationals at university. Upon completion of the Bellerbys Foundation programme you will possess:

A command of the English language necessary to excel at degree level.
Important skills such as independent thinking, team working, research and analysis.
A strong academic grounding in your chosen subject area.
We can also offer guaranteed entry to a degree course of your choice at one of our 38 partner universities.

How long does the course last for?
The Foundation course at Bellerbys College is an intensive course which lasts for 9 months.

Read more about the Bellerbys Foundation course