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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 €  !

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 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 i…

See Jane Lead:By Lois Frankel Ph D

99 Ways for Women to Take ChargeBetween 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 do…

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

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”


Anita Roddick Interview


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.

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.

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 …

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 Gillet…

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 cours…