February 25, 2012
Name: Arleen Bradley Twitter:@arleenbradleyLinkedIn:/in/arleenbradleyPersonal Website/Blog:www.arleenbradley.com [Website] www.arleenbradley.wordpress.com [Blog] Bio: Arleen is a Certified Job Loss Recovery Coach, a Certified Career Management Coach and a Certified Job Search Strategist. She is holistic in her approach to coaching as a result of her job loss experience and sincerely believes the job searcher is just as important as the job search. To that end she provides continued encouragement to help the job searcher remain positive and motivated while offering state of the art job search strategies for a successful outcome. Arleen works with clients to rid themselves of the negative effects of an unplanned job loss and shows them how to prepare for the job search ahead. She is the founder/coordinator of two job search networking groups in which over 225 people have obtained jobs - and is the author of the weekly blog, Surviving Unemployment. What's your favorite career related quote?“When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us." (Alexander Graham Bell) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? It is an honor and a privilege to be a member of elite professionals. I am excited to bring to followers of CAREEREALISM the tools necessary to put closure on the past and begin looking forward to a future with new and exciting possibilities. Experiencing an unplanned job loss is very much the same as losing a loved one. The same stages of grief are felt and some of the effects can unknowingly sabotage even a well planned and executed job search. It is my hope to be to help as many people as I can to liberate them from the grief and be able to proceed with a job search that uses the latest job search strategies that can be found on the pages of CAREEREALISM. Articles written by this expert:‘Twas the Night Before Christmas… For a Job Seeker Surviving Unemployment: 5 Steps for Coping with Family Holiday Events What Athletes Can Teach Job Seekers About Career Success How to Use the Law of Attraction in Your Job Search The Secret to Acing a Job Interview Are You Sabotaging Your Job Search?