You had a successful career and then you took time off to raise a family, go back to school, or focus on other endeavors. Now, you are ready to return to the workforce. How do you go back? How do you find a job when you have a big gap in your work experience on your resume? – Sarah
Interested in developing media skills to enhance your career and become an effective communicator? Are you ready to serve your profession and share your voice with the nation? Becoming a spokesperson of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics will allow you to achieve all these dreams and goals. In addition, you can gain new networking opportunities and pave your way for more media appearances while building your professional platform.
NutritionJobs caught up with three Academy spokespeople and here is what they shared with us on how to enhance your dietetic career as an Academy spokesperson.
Self-publishing is gaining momentum, popularity, and success. According to Author Earnings Report in 2014, self-published authors “took significant market shares in all genres. Self-published books represented 31% of all e-book sales on Amazon’s Kindle store.” The opportunity to successfully self-publish a book is feasible and can be profitable. Here are 8 benefits and tips to successfully self-publish your book.
The most effective companies hire employees with specific traits and characteristics that will enhance the company’s business. Hiring an ideal employee is not just about who is the most knowledgeable because information, technique, and systems can be taught. Recognizing the best qualities of an ideal candidate is important in order to determine who will work best with other employees, who is most apt, and who will also become a strong asset.
9 Efficient Ways To Train Your New Dietetic Hire To Be Productive By Sarah Koszyk, MA, RDN Training a new hire is just as challenging as actually hiring an ideal candidate. The training process can determine whether you retain the employee or the employee bails quickly. According to Young, Fabulous, and Self-Employed Magazine, 22% of […]
Hiring an ideal employee is not an easy task. The hiring process can be tedious and time-consuming and take away from one’s regular job duties. Developing an efficient and systematic process is important in order to find a qualified candidate that fits in well with the culture of the company. – Sarah
The competition to get into a dietetic internship program is fierce. The application is just the first step. Acing the interview can be the determining in getting accepted. Proper preparation and a “winning” attitude can assist with getting into your internship of choice and being that perfect standout candidate. – Sarah
Having a stand-out resume is imperative to get you noticed. Your resume is your first impression. If your resume looks bad with poor grammar, sloppy margins, and boring descriptions, the poor resume will reflect your potential abilities, worth, and work ethic, which may destroy your future chances with the company. In one quick review, a substandard resume can ruin your chances of landing your dream job.
Have no fear! NutritionJobs obtained expert advice from top recruiter and training coordinator, Jason Knopp.
A huge part of public speaking is getting the audience to be engaged, interested, and involved. If the audience is engaged, they will more likely pay attention to you and connect with the message you are providing them. When an audience is attentive, you are not just talking at them, you are talking with them. Capturing the attention of an audience is imperative to nailing that award-winning, memorable speech.