A Killer Secret To Get Your Cover Letter Read

Written by Jimmy Sweeney

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Maybe you're thinking it's easy for me. I've been a writer for 20 years and you're just beginning. But I'm here to tell you it's easier than you may think.

Here's what to do.

Just aboverepparttar typical greeting in your cover letter (Dear Mrs. Smith), place your 'killer' headline. And to make it stand out even more, typerepparttar 137563 sentence in bold-face print and center it onrepparttar 137564 page. (Two lines maximum).

Here are THREE examples of excellent cover letter headlines:

THREE reasons why I believe I may berepparttar 137565 candidate you're looking for to fill [insert job opening title here].

I have researched [company name] and believe I am an ideal match forrepparttar 137566 [insert job opening title here].

Let me show you how why I am a perfect fit forrepparttar 137567 position of [insert job opening title here].

With a headline like one ofrepparttar 137568 above, what do you think Mrs. Smith will do? Trash and scan? No way. She will be drawn in and want to read more about you. Usingrepparttar 137569 'muscle' of a strong headline atrepparttar 137570 beginning of your next job-search cover letter can fill your calendar with interviews forrepparttar 137571 job that is just right for you.

So 'pack a wallop' to your next cover letter with a smashing title or headline and then get ready forrepparttar 137572 phone to ring!

Jimmy Sweeney is the president of CareerJimmy and author of the new, "Amazing Cover Letter Creator." Jimmy has written several career-related books and his unique articles are always a job-seeker favorite. Who else wants their phone ringing off the hook with more quality job interviews? Visit Jimmy on the web right now at http://www.Amazing-Cover-Letters.com for your 'instant' cover letter today.

Do You Ever Give Up Coaching Employees?

Written by CMOE Development Team

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If you answer “yes” to these questions, then you need to look at your next best option to a coaching solution.

Alternatives to Coaching Employees:

  1. Discussrepparttar dilemma withrepparttar 137530 coachee. Ask for a recommendation or solution.
  2. Redefine roles and responsibilities.
  3. Consult with your own manager.
  4. Seek good counsel from HR professionals.
  5. Actively administer and instituterepparttar 137531 appropriate consequences, both positive and negative.
  6. Explore a completely different assignment forrepparttar 137532 coachee with a different boss. Informrepparttar 137533 new boss ofrepparttar 137534 situation from your perspective.
  7. Explore, withrepparttar 137535 coachee, whether or not he/she is a good fit forrepparttar 137536 organization. Know when enough is enough.

Coaching employees takes time, energy, and patience. The bottom line is that you can’t let your big coaching challenges pull you down. Remember that it takes two to tango, and “influence” has its limits.

To find out more about how to maximize you influence when coaching employees, visit CMOE or contact one of our Regional Managers who can help you to determine you exact coaching need. You can reach them at (801) 569-3444 or email tsmith@cmoe.com

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