Norine Dagliano
LinkedIn:/in/norinedaglianoPersonal Website/Blog:www.ekminspirations.com [Website] www.ekminspirations.com/blog [Blog] Bio: For more than 25 years, job seekers and professionals in career transition have relied on Norine Dagliano for expert advice, practical insight, inspiration, and support to help them get paid what they deserve doing work that they love. No stranger to the challenges and anxiety faced by job seekers, Dagliano leverages her personal experience to assess what is and is not working in one’s career and job search and offers a common sense approach that creates “AH-HA moments,” leaves lasting impact, and moves people to action. Her blog, “What 42 Blind Dates Taught Me About Looking for Work,” reflects on the challenges and triumphs of starting over. A Nationally Certified Resume Writer (one of only 35 NCRWs worldwide), Norine excels in designing strategic and branded resumes that capture attention, create desire and move employers to reach out and connect. Samples of her work are published in nearly two dozen resume and cover letter books and she has taken an active role in mentoring and training other writers who wish to excel in the field. Equally strong at helping job seekers develop and deliver an effective “sales pitch,” her interview coaching services help candidates turn inquires into offers. As a sought after trainer and presenter of resume, job search, personal branding and career management tools and techniques, Dagliano has engaged and entertained participants at numerous local and national conferences with her quick wit and dynamic training style. She has taught full-day workshops for dislocated workers around the country and equipped thousands of recently unemployed professionals with tools and resources to get back on track. What's your favorite career related quote?“It’s not what you know or who you know that counts… it’s who knows that you know what you know.” (L. Michelle Tullier, Ph.D.) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? Being in the company of some of the brightest and innovative professionals in the industry who challenge and inspire me, fill my head with new ideas, and help me better serve the clients who come to me for assistance. Articles written by this expert:Dear Santa, Please Bring Me a New Job for Christmas Land a Job More Quickly By Establishing New Goals Always Be Prepared for a Sudden Shift in Employment Status Does Your Resume Read Like an Obituary of Your Career? How to Cope With Job Loss Approaching Your Job Search DifferentlyShave Time Off Your Job Search by Being a Smart ShopperHow to Keep Your Cover Letters from Landing in the TrashPay Attention to Your LinkedIn Settings11 Tips for Choosing Your LinkedIn Photo10 Tips for Success at Job Fairs
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I recently worked on a pro bono project for a friend, and it reminded me of a time early in my career and how lucky I was then to get such great advice from the more seasoned pros around me. Advice that ultimately saved me from some major pitfalls. I made mistakes here and there over the course of nearly 20 years of projects, but with each hiccup came a lesson. Here are some takeaways from my lessons learned and all that sage advice.

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