Contract Management CareersConnect
 July 2013    
 



What Users Are Saying...

“Every time we are hiring for a contracts position, our first
instinct has become to post on ContractManagementJobs. The candidates the NCMA site has connected us with have always been of a much higher quality than they have been with other job sites.”

 — Bryant M.
      Hiring since May 2011 with
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How to Win!
by Hiroshi Mikitani

We all want to succeed. But in order to win in business you must possess more than just a want mentality. Here are 3 basic steps you should apply daily to achieve your goals.

 The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
by Greg McKeown 
“Less is more” a saying that seems to be forgotten in the workplace. Capable employees are overloading themselves with tasks and managers are too busy to notice the very best use of their people. This leads to employees completing projects that don’t fully utilize their highest point of contribution, which is a loss for the company. It’s important for us to be multifaceted but at the same time having a distinct skill or position is a great advantage.

 

Personal Branding and your Job Search
by Susan Ricker 
 

Hiring managers spend a short amount of time reviewing résumé before making decision about whether to reject you or consider you further. So in order to stand out you must consider yourself as a brand. By having a strong message of who you are, what experience you have and what direction you're going in, you're expressing your individuality to the hiring manager instead of being a faceless part of the crowd.
 

Looking for something a little different? Check out NCMA‘s Career Library, which contains articles from previous CareersConnects, our monthly career articles, and other articles job seekers will find valuable. Don‘t see what you‘re looking for? Contact me and let me know; maybe I‘ll write an article on the subject for the next CareersConnect newsletter. Maybe you'll even write one for us about your search!


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Jessica Friedman
Director of Marketing and Communications
National Contract Management Association



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