A little history ...
WomenCentric launched in 2005 as a speaking group to spark new opportunities for five dynamic women. We gave corporate training and entrepreneurial workshops, and met countless amazing women. In 2011, I launched a beta online directory, providing a positive space to discover new paths via stories of other women's journeys, as well as deals and discounts to valuable Conferences and events. Our motto: 'get listed, get found' appealed to many - and within several years our roster included talented, ambitious women from 31 countries.
Collaboration works. So WomenCentric fosters discovery, encourages engagement, and shares new connections and great resources. If you've been seeking direction, if you want to change careers, or start a new business - you'll find insight, advice and motivation here.
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Even if you're happy with your job today, things happen. Family stuff, work politics, a new boss. Any one of these can trigger stress and unhappiness. Get yourself prepped here, so you can deal with life's unexpected bumps and brick walls better.
Our first interview
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Landing an interview is just the first step. What you say IN that interview can make or break your chances of being offered the job. Per Melissa Llarena, a career coach who contributes to ForbesWoman, with proper advance prep work, you can provide strong answers to the most common interview questions. If you are in-between gigs, two popular questions are:
The job market is crowded. We don’t want to be Debbie-downers, but it’s tough to land an exploratory chat let alone an interview. How do some people stand out above the masses? Check out Seth Godin’s post about the art and science of getting picked here. Spoiler alert – it’s about changing what you’re doing.
You are unique. You’ve got talents and skill sets that no one else has. But how do you show that when applying for your dream job? Todays resume writing jewel comes courtesy of Nina, a young woman who got international exposure, scads of interview requests and job offers because she decided to create a truly unique resume – one that struts