Category Archives: Job Search Tools

Traditional job search methods include sending out resumes, reading the help wanted ads in the newspaper, going to personnel offices and filling out applications, going to the local employment service office, signing up with a private employment agency and applying for civil service jobs. “Traditional” means it’s the way that everyone knows. Traditional methods of job search are not always the most effective ones and encourage you to be passive, but some people do find jobs using them. Traditional methods all require you to depend on someone else to respond or do something to let you know about an opening. Resume 4 Success recommends that you use a variety of “traditional” and informal job seeking methods.

Are You Connected or Disconnected?

DISCover how to communicate effectively while job search networking, on interviews, as an employee, and in personal relationships.

Have you ever found yourself trying to communicate with someone and wondering why you just couldn’t seem to connect? Perhaps, while trying figure out a problem, you were struggling to extract information bit by bit. Or maybe the person was firing questions at you so quickly you barely had time to react let alone formulate cogent answers before he or she was leaping to the next idea or question? Then, there are those times where you find yourself effortlessly communicating and wishing all your encounters would go so well. What can account for such differences?

Different behavioral styles influence our communication and interactions with others. Awareness and understanding of style differences and similarities can foster effective communication and lead to more positive interactions. Awareness begins by first knowing one’s own behavioral tendencies and then learning to recognize the differences in others.
Much of our success in relationships can be attributed to our ability to communicate effectively. The heart of a connection through effective communication, and ultimately gaining someone’s cooperation and commitment, lies in building rapport, eliciting trust, and establishing credibility. People always want to know what they are going to gain out of this relationship. It is worth it?

How do you find out what people need if you are unable to open the doorway to communication for the connection needed? By understanding people and treating them in ways that respect their unique needs, you build mutual trust and foster relationships that transcend differences. Behavioral and communication experts use the DISC-based professional assessments to help people identify their own communication and behavioral style and to help them understand how to recognize the style of others. The DISC concept also help people learn how to adapt their own style to complement those with whom they are interacting.

If you have found yourself enjoying certain interactions from natural connections while dreading others, perhaps it is time to consider learning more about yourself and others with JaneCo’s expertise in the process of using the DISC communication styles and behavioral strengths materials.

As JaneCo’s helps in opening the doorway to communication your knowledge will allows you to dramatically improve your job search techniques as you learn how to communicate your brand more clearly and enhance your networking possibilities. You will boost your interviewing skills to help you get the job you want. JaneCo’s process of coaching with the DISC communication concept helps you discover the solution for building professional and personal relationships, for employees to develop better interpersonal skills, a way for the sales person to increase sales, and in making more successful career choices.

JaneCo’s professional development process will help you create win-win situations, establish connections with those who think, behave, and communicate differently than you. Grow your network successfully to new levels by opening the doorway to communication—and enjoy your “DISC”-connection.