Personal Branding and Job Search (VIDEO)

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter discusses the basic rules of job hunting and how branding contributes to that.

Summary

Yesterday, I received an email from someone who asked a wonderful question. The question was, "Are we seeing careers that are more profitable than ever with people acting as their own temp agencies and, if you don't brand yourself, you get left in the dust?

I want to start with the 2nd question first (If you don't brand yourself do you get left in the dust). Simply, the answer is no. It helps, but if you don't brand yourself you won't necessarily be left in the dust. People who have branded themselves are clearly advantaged of people who haven't branded themselves.

Let me take a minute and talk about the rules of job hunting these days. The basic rule of job hunting is to remain marketable. Marketable doesn't mean that you have great skills or that you are the most competent, although those are great experiences to have. Marketable really translates into "salable." You possess something that is salable. Skills and competence are only one aspect of this.

Do you have a charismatic quality about you?

Do you have a way of engendering trust that causes other people to want to take chances with you ?

As you can see, there are other factors beyond skills competency that come into play when we are looking at marketability.

How do people find jobs back in the stone ages? I start recruiting in 1972 and worked for company that had a great brand. Having a great brand made it a lot easier because we had a halo by association.

These days, that still exists. If I said that someone worked for Google, you probably have a very positive association about them. You might think that they were smart, that they had a great degree, very intelligent… A number of other factors that comes with the Google brand.

In days of old, people used to find jobs through the "old boys club," that is now been joined by the, "all the girls club" plus other organizations that are advocacy groups for other types of individuals that provide mentorship and advocacy, as well as, development.

Recruiters existed then and now. Trade groups existed then and now. Professional associations existed then and now… These were all factors back in the stone ages and beyond.

The real change that has developed is social networking and the idea of branding oneself, apart from your organization. How do you do that? Why is that particularly important?

It starts up with the philosophy that relates to that 1st question about people being successful by running their own temp agency. I don't want to think of it as being a temp agency; I would rather speak of it as being responsible for their own careers, instead of surrendering responsibility for one's career to an employer.

You see, back in the 50s, 60s, 70s in the US, it was pretty clear that if you went to work for a big company at age 20, you expected to work there until you got "the gold watch." That, obviously, doesn't exist anymore. So why would you want to surrender responsibility for your life and the health and welfare of your family to an organization whose goals may be very different than yours, who, at times, may have to make very specific business decisions in order to protect their firm that may impact your family? Clearly, we have learned that over the past few recessions, yet we are back here again talking about the same issues.

What personal branding does is allow you to develop a reputation apart from your organization. For example, I used to be associated with the recruiting firm back in New YorkBut I clearly developed the brand of The Big Game Hunter by writing a number of books, blogging, developing videos and much more. As a result of all the things I've done, people would think of me, apart from the organization I was associated with.That can exist for you as well because 1 of the things that you need to do to promote your career is develop a personal brand.

What that allows you to do is, basically, look for work. Why would you want to do that if a basically happy doing what you are already doing?The answer is pretty clear in that people who get ahead Orient always the smartest or work the hardes t, although there is a great qualities to have. People tend to get ahead by being alert to opportunities.Sometimes, they are internal to an organization; more often than not, they are external.

So what personal branding and social media allow you to do Is develop a reputation in an image of being an expert. Now, more often than not, what I'm talking about is a white collar phenomena. I'm not sure how this would work for someone who's doing tree work, construction, . . . How they would develop a personal brand In the way that I am talking about.It may be of work reputation of reliability and excellence but how you would develop that reputation, except by doing a good job. . . I don't know.

In the white-collar marketplaces it is a lot easier to develop a brand for your blogging, videos, social networking that allows recruiters, both third-party and corporate recruiters to find you. , There are times when you are going to receive an email or the phone is going to ring.

Do you really think employers are trying to help you?

You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell you as much as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com changes that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.

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What Do You Want to Be Known For?

What Do You Want to Be Known For? | Job Search Radio

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter encourages you to figure out what you want to be known for professionally and start building your brand.

Summary

When you see a graphic of an apple, what company do you think of?

When you buy a box of detergent, have you ever looked at a list of ingredients to see which group of chemicals is going to actually make the wash whiter? I doubt it.

We are all influenced by brands. When I will speak with you about branding, I'm not to be speaking with you about this job search, but about the rest of your career, both in terms of how you are seen at work and how you will be seen in the job market. For you to develop a brand now is just not going to be effective because you both have had the time to create a space in people's minds to accept it. Yet it is so important to you while you are in this job search mode to begin the process of branding and identify for yourself what you want to be known for, what you want to do to help others and/or influence others and how you want to be seen as a professional.

For example, I use the phrase, "The Big Game Hunter." It creates an impression in your mind about me as a recruiter and as a coach. I'm sure there are other people who have developed comparable things. I also use the tagline when I did recruiting, "Helping the world find work. Helping companies hire talent." It defines what I do. Whether it was in my work as a recruiter, my videos, my podcasts, and all the other things, that's what I'm trying to do. Help the world find work. Help companies hire talent.

What can you be known for and what do you want to be known for? What matters to your audience and what can you be doing to communicate with them? This is not a 1 minute conversation that you have with yourself. This is something to spend time with and start thinking about it a very serious way because, otherwise, you're just another stalk of corn out in the field, waiting to be seen, noticed, plucked, and, you know, to most people, all that corn kind of looks alike.

If you can do something to stand out from the pack, you will have gone a long way to influencing how your career shaped.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is an executive job search and leadership coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

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What Are You Known For?


When people develop their careers, they often abdicate their career planning to employers and take advice from friends and family who are well intentioned but want you to be “safe . . . ” whatever that means these days.

Instead, in this video, I offer one thing you need to do to advantage you for opportunities within your firm AND outside your firm.

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Summary

In talking with you today, I want to give you a metaphor for using a restaurant, for example. Have you ever bee n to a restaurant that you never been to before, walked in, and asked the waiter, “What is it that this restaurant is really known for? What is your signature dish?”  You can see the smile appear on the waiter or waitress his face as they describe this dish that they think is spectacular.

Have you ever been to a resort to a particular part of the world. And, before booking the trip, ask yourself, “What am I going to do here?  What is this part of the world really known for?”  Isn’t known for diving?  Isn’t known for great theater? Whatever it is, you are looking for the signature item for that location.

As a career professional, you are mapping your career.  When you are thinking of joining the next organization, you need to be prepared to talk about that thing that you are known for, the quality that you really excel at, the thing that when your boss is talking to their boss, they can say, “What Jeff is really good at is…” They can answer it.

When you’re going on the interview, there is something that you did, I can call it a “hero story,”where you stepped into a situation and you really stood out from everyone else.

If you are just going to recite a litany of roles, responsibilities and the whole bunch of stuff that you’ve done, you are going to come across as being ordinary.

However, if there is that one thing that you have invested blood, and guts, and effort for, that you are known for in your organization, where your boss will go to bat for you internally, where the next organization is going to think, “Hmm. We really need someone like this,” you will have a way of standing out from all the other people who are saying, “Sure.  Bring it on!

Invariably, what gives you an advantage in job hunting is your branding.  This is a form of branding.  Where, through time and effort, you can stand out from anyone else.

Catch that.

Where you can stand out from anyone else.

I want to remind you that most people make the mistake of keeping their heads down and doing a great job and forgetting to tell people about it.  They try to do the “cool approach.”  They tried to use false modesty in what they talk about but you have to go “big” with this.

I’m not saying to take out a billboard somewhere, but you have to make sure that everyone knows what you have accomplished– what you set out to do, the challenges that she faced, and how you went about persevering and succeeding.  If no one knows, what’s the point?  People need to know.

What advantages you is the signature dish, where people think to themselves, “Ahhhh!  The beef Wellington.”  “The vegetarian (fill in the blank).”  Whatever it is, it is extraordinary and you have done fabulous work .  You have testimonials on LinkedIn profile and you can reference this.  You have done this in an organization. We helped turn it around or gotten into a strategic role with this firm where the money was invested in growing this line of business.

The administrative stuff like the accounts receivable system, is boring.  You are a commodity.  No one cares.

Look for situations where you can turn around something or join an organization or lead an organization where money is invested because they are growing something significant.

 

Do you think employers are trying to help you? You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell you as much as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com changes that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.

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You can order a copy of “Diagnosing Your Job Search Problems” for Kindle for $.99 and receive free Kindle versions of “No BS Resume Advice” and “Interview Preparation.”

 

Always Be on the Prowl. Always be Look for a Job. | No BS Job Search Advice Radio

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter explains the importance of being in continual job search mode instead of lurching from one job search to another.

 

Summary

I want to talk with you today about something that really annoys me.  It should annoy you, too.

I have worked with people day in and day out for years who make a critical mistake with their careers.  That mistake is treating their careers as though they can lurch from looking for a job  in one year and then 3 years later looking for another job and not having done anything in the middle.

This may sound goofy to you but for me out.  It would be so much easier for folks if they treated their careers as having value and did things between cycles of changing jobs to prepare for that job change.

I remember in 2007 being home one day and listening to CNN use the term “subprime mortgage” heavily that day as the crisis started to unfold. I start toward people that they need to put their networks in place proactively because we were going to learn a lot more about subprime mortgages over the next 12 to 24 months.  I was more right than I could’ve imagined.

The people go out and start building networks.  At that time?   No.  Did I start to do things along those lines?  Yes, but not as much as I could have.  I tried though because I understood that things were going to change and I need to have a network in place to help me ride through what I knew would be a tough time.  Not as tough as it turned out, but still a very tough time.

You need to not lurch from one job change to another  and say,  “oh my God! I have to build the network!” You need to be working on your brand and ongoing network consistently So that people are thinking of you, so that recruiters are reaching out to you, so that you are seen as a subject matter expert all the time, not every 3 years, not every job change or However long that may wind up being, but all the time so that you are a go to person in your field.

I don’t care what the field is.  You can make all the excuses in the world,, but there are people who are seen as experts in  low level jobs who firms will reach out to because they learn something about that person you can be doing that for your self..  And, because no one is ever going to look out for you is much as you do, you need to spend as much time looking out for yourself.  As the board of your big company does when it looks out for its firms, financial interests.

Think of yourself as being the chairman of the board of your organization.  Think of yourself  as having board members reporting into you; those Board members  are your family.Do you want them to worry? Do you want them to have  concern about the viability of your enterprise .  If the economy suddenly go south?  Of course, not.

You want to constantly be doing things to position yourself so that if you want to leave a firm  that you are working for or transfer internally, people are dying to try to hire you.

I was speaking with someone yesterday who works for a large technology firm.  He had a successful track record with that firm until one day the firm hired someone that he did not describe in favorable terms.  Other departments within the organization clamored to get him.   He chose an option only to have it taken over by the person he didn’t have a lot of affection for when his hiring manager left for another opportunity.

He now has to go outside of his firm  in order to advance.  People know him.   Vendors to his firm are starting to clamber to hire him because they hold in high regard.

You should be in a position like he is where firms want to hire you because they know you.  Put yourself in a position to be found, not just simply  whenever you’re changing jobs but all the time.   Get active..  Get involved with groups locally for your field.  Get involved with the Chamber of Commerce.  Do stuff.  Just get yourself out there.

 

Do you think employers are trying to help you? You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell you as much as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com changes that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.

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Job Search Lessons from The Presidential Election 2016


There are things to take away from the current Presidential election that can be applied to job hunting. Use one that is obvious to me, but may be less so to you.

Summary

it’s 2016 and I want to use the example of this year’s presidential election to make a point for job hunters. This is not going to be a political exercise and do not invite your opinions about either candidate. Keep them to yourself. I’m going to start with Sec. Clinton and in my next video in this series will start with Donald Trump.

Both of these are candidates that have intentionally re-branded themselves over the course of time. Secretary of State Clinton has changed many of her positions over the course of time, whether he is on trade where she supported her husband’s positions on NAFTA to her time as Secretary of State to 2008 where she’s spoke about taking a pause on signing trade agreements to, as Secretary of State, helping to create the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement to now opposing it. I’m sure there are many valid reasons but part of it is the elections and the fact that the electorate is not all that fond of these agreements for a variety of reasons that are not important to go into.

Even since this election began where she was considered more hawkish than Sen. Sanders, she has evolved her positions on many many issues. The notion of rebooting or re-branding her position on different issues has been a part of her candidacy.

On the other side is Donald Trump. Few of us know his positions on many issues. The way he has been evaluated is on the basis of his personality and his personal attacks. As recently as August 2016, coming out of the respective conventions, he was little more than a buffoon and… I do want to get into name-calling. I will just say he was not very popular among large segments of the voting population.

However, as I record this at the end of September, 2016, he has rebooted himself, brought in different aides, changed how he presents himself, is not antagonizing anywhere near the degree he did before, and, if he is, it is being swatted away quietly by his representatives.

What can we take away from these behaviors from Clinton, who is changed her positions and from Trump who has changed the display of his personality? What can we learn?

The answer was very simple – – when things aren’t working, change. For job hunters, often, you are doing the same things over and over again that aren’t getting you results you want. You keep doing it because you think that’s the way to get what you want. You keep repeating these things and doing them over and over and over again and wondering why you are not getting the outcomes that you want. If you are not getting interviews. If you are getting interviews, you are not being invited back. If you are being invited back, maybe you’re getting job offers or maybe you aren’t. It just isn’t working and you’re putting in a lot of effort.

Here’s what I want to point out. Like the candidates, you can change as well. You can rewrite your resume to make it stronger. You can practice answering questions that are asked on interviews. You can get coaching to help you with your search so that you are not making dumb mistakes through your lack of experience. The experience says you are not making the right choices.

Let me go back to something for those of you who think you are good at interview.

Even you hiring managers who read resumes and interview people for your job, you think that makes you good at job hunting. The truth is, you aren’t. Do you think that Michael Jackson did it by himself? No, he had a coach.

To be an expert according to Malcolm Gladwell and other takes 10,000 hours of focused concentrated effort, ideally under the supervision of someone who knows their craft and can redirect you.

You have how much experience? Even if you are interviewing for your employer, how much experience do you have interviewing? You know your own reactions but don’t know other employers’.

Get some help. Hire a coach. That’s what Trump has done he has gotten coaching. That’s how Clinton has operated throughout. The Trump people, the Republicans, the conservatives may say she is a candidate who sways in the breeze and follows the polls. No matter. It works, right? What Trump was doing wasn’t working in the general election. He has changed. Why can’t you?

Each of these individuals hire someone to help them get to the outcome that they want. Pro athletes do it. Entertainers do it, too. Do you think Michael Jackson, Madonna or Stevie wonder did it by themselves? People who are successful have coaches. Get some help. Learn the lessons from the Presidential candidates and hire a coach.

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Do you really think employers are trying to help you? You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.h

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com is there to change that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.

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Branding for Blue Collar and Other Workers

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter talks about Job search branding for blue-collar workers.

Summary

Today, I’m going to speak about branding. Although the podcast is targeted toward the blue wall collar worker, I think there’s a lot is an adaptable to everyone. Hear me out and try and follow the advice I give.

It doesn’t have to be perfect the first time, but you want to involve these so they are useful to you not just now but for years to come.

The first thing I want to mention is that you need to spend some time figuring out what makes you special? What makes you unique? What makes you then other people who do the kind of work you do? How do you stand out from the pack?

Point number two is that when you look at your online persona, keep the critical comments and snarky remarks and the bad pictures off of your profiles. Firms are going online to find out what they can about people. You don’t want these things standing in your way.

The third thing is, if a recruiter was going to find you, whether that is a corporate recruiter or an agency recruiter, think like them and provide the sort of keywords in your LinkedIn profile and other places that will allow them to find you.

If you are blogging, make sure the SCO for your blog post mentions the appropriate keywords that allow discovery.

Here’s the fourth one. I think maybe the most important one. Start to chronicle your work life with video. With pictures. With things that show you in a great light.

There’s an interesting website and they have a beta of their applicant I’m starting to work with. The site is called Somewhere.

With the app allows you to do is chronicle your professional life with a picture and a description. People are curious. I find the people, other than those who work with the firm of course are starting to follow me regularly. You’ll find it if you start chronicling yourself professionally, with photos and/or video, play them up on LinkedIn, bring them up on Somewhere, putting them up on Facebook, twitter and other places, you will be laying the foundation so that, maybe not in this job search in the future, people start looking out for you and start to look for you.

You’ll start to develop a brand or you are known as a success in the field.

Do you think employers are trying to help you? You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com is there to change that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.

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Job Search Branding Lessons from Your Local Supermarket

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supermarketJeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter discusses career branding classes that you can find in your local supermarket.

 

Summary

I want to give you an example of how effective branding can be. It’s one that you are familiar with in your personal life and I want to use it as a metaphor for why you should be doing branding in your career and your professional life.

When you go to the store and buy laundry detergent have you ever in your entire life picked up the container of detergent, turned around and said to yourself, “Hmm. I think the combination of chemicals in this detergent will do a better job of cleaning my laundry then these chemicals will.”

No. You’ve never done that once in your entire life. You put that laundry detergent because you’ve always bought that laundry detergent, or because there was a coupon, or it was cheaper… Anything other than the fact that it would make your wash cleaner.

Job hunting can be much the same thing and you can become the preferred hire for an organization by creating a brand for yourself as powerful as the detergent makers make for theirs.

Coffee. Starbucks coffee or another brand of coffee? How did Starbucks become so powerful? It’s more expensive. Oh! It is a better coffee! They created an experience for you at the store and you want to take that experience home with you.

Item by item things that advertisers are doing to create a brand image in your mind to advantage themselves over competitors. The organic apple versus the nonorganic Apple. It’s healthier. That’s the brand that they have.

Item by item, there are things that are been done to create an impression in your mind that it is better to work for versus another one. You’ve been trained and conditioned to do this.

In job hunting, branding takes a lot of different forms. It’s all the things that you do online they create an image that allows you to be the expert. If you do public speaking, to our hat a seminar, if you work with the firm that is recognizable… Let me give you an example – – Facebook, Google, Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft versus three guys starting up in their basement.

How about Goldman Sachs versus another financial institution? On and on and on there is an image that firms try to create from an employment perspective that you can create for yourself from a job search perspective, from a career perspective that can advantage yourself over your competitors so that when you are found and reached out to, you’re the person that they believe can do the job, you’re the perceived expert walking in the door versus the supplicant hat in hand begging for the job.

Always put yourself in the position of being the expert.

 

 

Do you think employers are trying to help you? You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com is there to change that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.JOIN BEFORE SEPTEMBER 5TH AND AVOID THE PRICE INCREASE.

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Think Like a Brand

 

Do you think employers are trying to help you? You already know you can’t trust recruiters—they tell as they think you need to know to take the job they after representing so they collect their payday.

The skills needed to find a job are different yet complement the skills needed to do a job.

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

JobSearchCoachingHQ.com is there to change that with great advice for job hunters—videos, my books and guides to job hunting, podcasts, articles, PLUS a community for you to ask questions of PLUS the ability to ask me questions where I function as your ally with no conflict of interest answering your questions.

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Something You Can Do To Attract People to Your Job Opportunity

 

I offer a simple technique to support you with making your job more interesting to job hunters and passive job seekers.

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Job Search Lessons from Sen Bernie Sanders and Gov Martin O’Malley

 

In this continuing series, we look at two Presidential candidates and what they can teach us about job search.

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

Follow him at The Big Game Hunter, Inc. on LinkedIn for more articles, videos and podcasts than what are offered here and jobs he is recruiting for.

Visit www.TheBigGameHunter.us. There’s a lot more advice there.

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