ProFile Career Dynamics, 2001
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ou must have noticed how the number of companies devoted to job listings, bothon- and off-line, are multiplying like a plague. But very few of them realise that the job hunt starts way before you ever open a newspaper or log on to your favourite searchsite. It begins in your current job. And that means today!So welcome to ProFile Career Dynamics. ProFile's purpose is to accelerate yourcareer. It begins with maximising your potential in your current job and then providing youwith the guidance and advice you need to move onwards and upwards.You see, just as you only build a house brick by brick, so each working day you areprogressing your career in some way, adding to your experience, moving towards yourannual goals, monthly quota or shift targets. It all adds up to whether you can do your job,are good at it, or are great at it. You either build a town house or a mansion. It justdepends on the number of bricks you lay. It also helps to put your best looking ones in fullview – a quick self-marketing analogy for you, which will become apparent in the sectionof CVs.Preparation for your next job starts TODAY – in your present one.But before I jump the gun, let me back track to re-emphasise that it is your current job youneed to focus on as preparation for your next job. Because without proof of success inwhat you do now, the harder will be your task of finding a newer, better one later.Conversely, if you excel at it, the stronger and quicker you will swing up the corporateladder.With ProFile as your personal coach, you maximise your chances.Finding another job is an inevitable juncture in everyone's career. So, as anintroduction to the many ways ProFile can help you fulfill your career potential, this reportcovers the fundamentals of successful job hunting.
The employment market is growing ever more fluid and competition is growing progressivelyfiercer. To win through – and to win quickly – you will need all the help you can get.Let me ask you… do you think you would win more at the bookies if you had the inside wordfrom the horse trainers? Would you clean up at the poker table if you had an accomplice tellingyou what cards everyone else had? Of course you would. And that's the competitive advantage