Telecommuting Website (part One)

Written by Nell Taliercio

"I've heard you talk about building a website to get telecommuting jobs. Can you tell me more about this, and how I would do it?"

If you all listen to, then you might have heard me talk about using a website to help you get a work at home job. Basically, what I said was that in this field, you NEED to stand out fromrepparttar crowd, and you can do this many different ways. One of them is to make a website to showcase you, your skills, experience, portfolio, resume, and more.

I started to answer this question, and before I knew it,repparttar 142275 answer turned into pages and pages! Instead of overwhelming you with too much to read at one time, I'm going to break this into a two part answer.

Why Build a Website? Your main objective is to stand out fromrepparttar 142276 crowd of competition, and this is yet another way to do that. Building your own website shows you're creative, unique, and you are willing to go above and beyond in order to getrepparttar 142277 job.

Think of it this way. You are applying to a job where hundreds of others have applied, too. Now, they won't all be as qualified as you allrepparttar 142278 time, but let's say 100 are. The employer is sifting through resume after resume; then they come across yours. They click on your link, and it opens up... and there you are! With your picture, bio, resume, and allrepparttar 142279 other great stuff I'm going tot talk about below. Don't you think that atrepparttar 142280 very least you would stand out fromrepparttar 142281 crowd? You might not always getrepparttar 142282 job because of a website, but it can't hurt, and it will make you more noticeable.

What to include? Here are my recommendations for your website, but remember, you can do as much or as little onrepparttar 142283 website as you'd like. The website needs to reflect you, and therefore you can add to it or remove from it what you would like. ;)

Your Bio - Include a little bit about yourself, your experience, and your skills. The potential employer can get to know you a little bit right offrepparttar 142284 bat.

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

Written by CMOE Development Team

Leaders today have many challenges when it comes to guiding and influencingrepparttar performance of their team members. Inrepparttar 142210 past, productivity and success depended on sheer muscle and sweat. Competition, technology andrepparttar 142211 desire of employees to be meaningfully involved in their work are powerful forces shapingrepparttar 142212 leader’s destiny and future role. The need for service, quality, and effectiveness in organizations is stimulating a demand for employees who think, act, and feel like responsible partners inrepparttar 142213 enterprise. Now and inrepparttar 142214 future, reinvigorating employees, managers, and peers through coaching will be critical torepparttar 142215 success of both leaders and business. More than ever, leaders need to inspire employees with contagious enthusiasm in order to deliver quality services and products. In CMOE’s coaching book, “The Coach: Creating Partnerships for a Competitive Edge,” it provides refreshing ideas and strategies to help leaders cope withrepparttar 142216 demands and challenges of their calling.

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