👋🏻 Hi there!
Like many folks, I've reached a pivot point where I'm ready to close this chapter of my career and crack into the next. Eager to learn from this amazing community of women, and I'm curious to hear from you about any strategies, frameworks, and/or tools that you've seen be successful in approaching the (daunting) job search?
Questions on my mind today are...
- How have you found success in being surfaced to the top of the applicant pile? What do you think set you apart? Or from the hiring manager's perspective, what sets applicants apart?
- What resources or tools would you recommend a role seeker prioritize?
- In this environment, how do you recommend reframing the experience without taking rejections personally?
If you have answers to the questions above, or any tips, tools, or strategies related to taking the next step at a new organization -- I'm all ears and your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
P.S An juuuust in case you or someone you know is looking for someone like me --- After 12 awesome years in the agency atmosphere, and 6 years in social-impact consulting, I'm setting out to find a new leadership role where I can grow and contribute my skills in business operations and management, project planning, campaign management, high-level stakeholder management, etc. It's been 6 years since I've looked for a role, and it's a completely different world, so I'd be grateful for any advice, guidance, or ideas you have!