“New York Times”-bestselling author Johnson shares advice for finding a job after being let go.
If you want to get hired today, you must be a great candidate “and” an exceptional job seeker.
's “New York Times” bestseller, “Will Work from Home,” was comprehensive and inspiring. Now, the Women For Hire CEO and “Good Morning America” workplace contributor returns with advice and real-life stories for finding the right job after being let go. Tory knows what it takes to get noticed and hired, and helps you create a concrete action plan?one that will help you come out stronger and more successful than ever.
Giving up is not an option. Now's the time to get the lay of the land, sharpen your skills, and energize your search. Here you?ll learn how to:
- Get over the sting of being unemployed
- Develop a digital identity and dive into online social networking
- Ensure your resume does “not” get lost in a big black hole
- Build and leverage your ?I Rock? file to master essential self-promotion
- Pitch and secure an effective externship and make volunteer experience count
- Launch a valuable job club that will yield strong support, job leads, and career success
and Robyn Spizman are the coauthors of "Women For Hire’ s Get-Ahead“ ”Guide to Career Success," Johnson is the founder and CEO of Women For Hire, the nation’ s only producer of high-caliber career expos connecting professional women with leading employers. Johnson is also the Workplace Contributor for ABC News’ s “Good Morning” “America,” She lives in New York City. Spizman is the author of “Giftionary” and “Make It Memorable,” She is a consumer advocate and well-known television and radio personality who lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Please visit www.womenforhire.c