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Phone: 234-738-0292 Email: info@hudsonjobsearch.org

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De-de Mulligan
power of attitude, attitude
Marvin Montgomery spoke last Monday night about your Power of Attitude in almost everything that happens to you. He reiterated that things will happen to you – whether it is a loss of a job, divorce, or death of a loved one. Marvin wants job seekers to look at this loss as an opportunity. So...
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emotional intelligence
Hugh Littleton, President of HJL Leadership Solutions, spoke about Emotional Intelligence at our recent Monday Night Meeting. Emotional Intelligence is NOT: Related to IQ Often visible to the average person About being nice all the time, it’s about being truthful About being touchy-feely, it’s about being aware of your feelings and those of others About...
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job search tool, data-rich job search
Diana Clarke, Owner of Silverwood Associates, spoke about building your future with O*NET Online. This free tool, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, has detailed descriptions of the world of work for job seekers, workforce development, HR professionals, students, and researchers!   Diana spent much of her career working in career guidance and job placement. However,...
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recruiters, recruiting process, working with recruiters
Jim Gorian, President of Management Recruiters of Hudson, was the presenter at the Monday Night meeting. Jim has owned and operated his business for the last twenty-two years, and while his company has a variety of clients, its focus is on the manufacturing sector. “Recruiters find people for jobs, not the other way around.” —...
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Acing the Interview, Coaches, How we help, Zoom Interview, Zoom Tips, Hudson Job Search
Michael Polovick, the new President of Hudson Job Search, spoke about the objective of a job interview – to see if you are a technical fit (i.e., skills, experience) for the job and a cultural fit for the organization. He said many interviews start with a phone screen followed by one or more Zoom interviews....
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job search strategies
Abby Kohut, Owner & Recruiter at Staffing Symphony, LLC, talked about strategies she has personally used with her clients or those she has heard or read about. She encouraged our attendees to try one or more, especially if their job search is currently stalled.   Uncommon LinkedIn Job Search Strategies   Alert your LinkedIn connections...
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nonverbal interview process
Holly Klingler, an Instructional Systems Designer for NASA Safety Center (NSC), was our presenter last Monday. She shared many statistics from her research about ways a candidate can enhance their chance of getting hired after the interview, which is almost exclusively through nonverbal cues. Holly stated that the average interview lasts 45 minutes, yet, the...
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ideal job search, Hudson Job Search
Phil Stella, President of Effective Training & Communication, Inc., was our most recent presenter.   He said the exercise below should take two weeks to complete.   On the positive side, it will shorten your job search and give you good interview answers.   On the negative side, it is a pain in the butt...
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The Power of Presence, Hudson Job Search
Jeff Nischwitz from The Nischwitz Group was our speaker this past Monday. He has written four leadership books. He said most people get the words “being present” wrong – that there are three elements to this state of mind. Being present to the moment Being present with others Being present with a task When it...
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networking, networking like a pro, hudson job search
Jim Folger, Owner, and Founder of One Source Technical, Inc., talked about networking tactics and technologies to use when conducting your job search. He said to make networking work for you; three things are needed: A list of target companies The name, email, and phone number of the hiring manager at each company and A...
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writing a resume
Kris McGuigan, Found & CEO of Professional Courage, was our speaker at Monday’s meeting. Kris mentioned several individuals would give you their opinion about your resume, but it’s important to seek someone who is credentialed and someone you trust. Then stick with that person’s opinion, or else you will be utterly confused and frustrated during...
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AI, ATS, Hudson Job Search, Social Media
Rico Aliers spoke about eTools for a Modern Job Search last Monday evening, which included using social media and what to put on your online application to get through the Applicant Tracking System. Rico insisted that all job seekers must have some social media presence to be relevant to an employer. He feels that each...
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job search obstacles, Hudson Job Search
Mark Gonska, Chief Connections Officer for Dise & Company, spoke to our group about the key ways to overcome barriers in your search.   He covered in his talk: Getting and Keeping Motivation when it comes to Networking Identifying Three Critical Success Factors Having a Clear Understanding of Your Target Companies Knowing Who You Need...
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concluding your job search, Hudson Job Search, completing the job search process
By Bob Madison Congratulations on landing a new position and concluding your job search!  Of course, you’re happy you should be. However, before you say, “thank goodness that’s over,” several things are remaining as you are concluding your job search. These will help you start your new job on the right foot and better position...
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emotional intelligence, EI, Hudson Job Search
Hugh Littleton of HJL Leadership Solutions was our speaker last Monday evening. How does Emotional Intelligence apply to your job search? Management needs people who can support their co-workers in an empathetic way.  Without a substantial degree of it, your job search is doomed. Hugh stated that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a yardstick for leaders...
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