Dust off your resume and remember your own value. Your resume is the ultimate document of why people should want to hire you. When you have a rough day or week, looking at your resume may be better than having a carton of Ben and Jerry’s®. Motivate yourself to go back the next day or week and show your boss and co-workers the value you can provide to the company. They will appreciate your focus and rejuvenated spirit.
Tip of the Week – Your resume
As President of Successful Impressions, Stacie is involved with group and individual coaching to college students from private and public universities and business professionals. Successful Impressions also creates internship programs for local businesses and coordinates recruitment for the positions.
Ms. Garlieb has presented on various career skills topics at events such as ‘Build Your Career Event’ (Career Builder/University of Phoenix), Arizona Women’s Expo, American Marketing Association International Conference (2010, 2011), Jobs for AZ Graduates Career Development Conference (2010, 2011), Reinvent Your Future 2010, Devlink Technical Conference, and multiple corporate team development sessions. Career search tips and interview skills articles have been published in collegiate, national sorority, and alumni publications, and she is also featured as an expert as the Phoenix Career Transition Examiner at examiner.com, AMA Career Resource Contributor and as a contributor to various online career skills websites.
Stacie has collaborated with other experienced managers in recruiting and hiring to create the Best Resume Builder program, which integrates information from students and business professionals to create a dynamic resume including relevant content.
As a member of the Phoenix Workforce Connection Board, Stacie supports local efforts to increase workforce development success in the City of Phoenix. Ms. Garlieb support secondary education programs through collaboration with Jobs for Arizona's Graduates and Junior Achievement of Arizona's You're Hired event. Her expertise on the career search process has been featured on television news, radio talk shows, and multiple publications in print and online nationally.