Listen to the pros/cons of a functional vs. chronological CV format and get ready to group your achievements into skill categories!
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Shannon has been invited by the Acre Bench to share her tips on how to build a personal brand and entrepreneurial venture leveraging social media like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook at their April 2nd networking event in London. As a member of the Bench herself, she is honoured to help this network of fellow senior sustainability & environmental professionals and freelancers to develop online marketing tricks and drive their businesses forward. Read her top tips from the event here.
This month I council a career changer on how to identify and overcome the biggest obstacles getting in the way of her trying something new.
For people looking for jobs, LinkedIn is still just one part of a very difficult process. But for recruiters? It’s a gold mine. It is changing the world of recruiting.
While the lack of clarity around sustainability is a challenge for job seekers, practitioners and hiring managers, it also presents exciting opportunities to redefine professional development.
Who are sustainability practitioners and what do they do? There isn’t just one role or one route to a sustainability job, there are many. So embrace the ambiguity and make it work for you.
Feeling fulfilled in your job starts with getting in touch with what makes you happy. Once you have identified that, you can start to think about how you can map your career decisions to those criteria.