Telecommuting Website (part One)

Written by Nell Taliercio

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Your Picture - Like I've said before, it could just make you feel more real torepparttar employer. Since they can put a face torepparttar 142275 name, they might remember you more then someone who just has a resume.

Your Voice - Of course, this isn't one of those die hard rules. I enjoyrepparttar 142276 option of listening to someone's greeting/intro, but I know some aren't comfortable recording their own voices. I do, however, think this is yet another great way to haverepparttar 142277 employer see you as a real person. Not only can they see your picture, along with your skills and experience, but they could also hear your voice. I use audio on my websites/blogs and newsletters. I find them a great way to communicate and seem more real to my readers

Your Resume - This has allrepparttar 142278 necessary information thatrepparttar 142279 employer will need. Please be sure to spell check your resume, along withrepparttar 142280 rest ofrepparttar 142281 website. I would also recommend you havingrepparttar 142282 resume done professionally. Think of it as investing into yourself and your future. I've also been told that you can write off a resume on taxes, so keep that in mind.

Your Portfolio - If you have one and you're looking for work online,repparttar 142283 only place to showcase your portfolio is online. It would be a perfect addition to your website. Your portfolio can be one of two things: it can either be work you've done, or it can be samples of work you can do. Just have fun with it, and be creative.

These are just some of my own suggestions. There are many other things you can do, and I'm sure you will come up with some great ideas for your own personal website.

The next article inrepparttar 142284 series I'm gong to talk about how you can get your website out there in front of potential employers. After all, you can build an amazing website, but if you don't know how to get it out there and seen, there's really no point to it.

Nell Taliercio is the publisher of a weekly telecommuting newsletter that helps moms and dads work at home. Read more about the newsletter and get your free listing of job links at - and for more telecommuting and home based business information head over to

Coaching Book Review: The Coach: Creating Partnerships for a Competitive Edge

Written by CMOE Development Team

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CMOE’s coaching books are aboutrepparttar coaching process along withrepparttar 142210 skills, behaviors, courage, and values leaders need in order to obtain employee commitment and motivation. This coaching book contains a lot of specifics on what to say and how to handle different coaching situations. The authors provide a unique close-up account of a true-to-life manager who discoversrepparttar 142211 obstacles and challenges of helping an employee over a difficult time. This leader ultimately discoversrepparttar 142212 keys to coaching success and averts a career-threatening disaster.

Many books on leadership focus on general theories, while others treatrepparttar 142213 topic of coaching in a shallow oversimplified view. In this coaching book, CMOE provides helpful resources from over twenty five years of research and observations. Further, Steve Stowell PhD. and CMOE have collected data that provides a rich deep understanding of this topic.

If you would like to learn more about the coaching books offered by CMOE please visit their online bookstore.

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