LinkedIn is a powerful platform you can use to build your professional network, showcase your expertise and connect with new job opportunities.
IF you use it correctly, that is.
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now.”
The same philosophy applies to employee engagement. The ideal time to deal with engagement was decades ago. Developing organizational culture takes time.
“Warning: Don’t hire me!”
Is your food & beverage resume full of red flags, or does it green-light you as a candidate? If it’s the former, the New Year is a perfect time for a resume redo.
Ever heard of the “anchor effect”?
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, here’s a quick overview of how it works:
They’re ambitious. Full of fresh ideas. Amazingly tech-savvy.
They’re millennial food & beverage managers, and they can be an amazing asset to your organization if you lead and develop them properly. Here’s why:
Growth minded? Upwardly mobile? Interested in being a leader – not a follower? Then you need to master the art of influence.
When you’re on a job hunt you have to do everything possible to make yourself attractive to prospective food & beverage employers. One of the best ways to do this is by creating a power resume.
Our best interview tips, specifically tailored to your executive food & beverage job search: