3 Books Every Supply Chain Management Job Seeker Should Read

by Richard C. Wilson on February 4, 2012

Looking for a new job can be a scary yet exciting process. You want to be as prepared as you can for the process. In addition to preparing your resume and networking, you can make sure you are as informed as you can about the job seeking process.  This means you will want to read up on tips of the trade to be sure you are sharp throughout the process. Here is a suggestion of three books that may help you prepare as you start your job search.

Resume Magic: Trade Secrets of a Professional Resume Writer by Susan Britton Whitcomb. If you are in need of a resume make over or need some tips to improve your resume, this is a great reference to read. With many useful resources from a professional resume writer, you will gain insight on how to follow protocol yet personalize your resume as well as hints on how to include just what the companies are looking for as they read your resume.

Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success by Dan Schwabel. This book gives you steps to create, communicate, and keep up-to-date your personal brand. It includes resources on how to effectively market yourself through a personal brand including blogging and social media. The book includes sample templates and discussion of the importance and benefits of establishing a personal brand.

Fearless Interviewing: How to Win the Job by Communicating with Confidence by Marky Stein. This book on interviewing presents a strategy to help you get over interview anxiety and control your interview. With hints on how to captivate your audience, handle tough interview questions, and negotiate a higher salary, this book can help you ace that next job interview.

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