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Strategic Career Engagement: The Definitive Guide for Getting Hired and Promoted

RUNNER-UP of the 2016 International Book Award for Jobs/Careers
SILVER MEDAL WINNER of the 2016 Global eBook Award for Business/Careers

Becoming the hiring manager's candidate of choice is not a matter of luck...it's how well your accomplishments communicate value to the organization. It involves an understanding of the hiring manager’s motivations; and it means having a strategy that promotes the benefits of that expertise throughout the entire hiring process--especially after interviews have ended. Do all that and you have mastered the art of the unfair advantage and thereby eliminated all other candidates from consideration from the hiring manager's perspective.

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Strategic Career Engagement, former hiring manager and award-winning author Donn LeVie Jr. shows how a successful job- or career-search strategy builds on an existing professional brand that conveys to the hiring manager an attitude of serving as the hiring manager’s problem solver, solutions provider, and game changer who understands, anticipates, and responds to the hiring manager’s business needs at every stage of the hiring process— right up to when the offer is made.

Strategic Career Engagement shows you the veritable "mindfield" of challenges candidates may face in getting to the next round of the hiring process. Strategic Career Engagement redefines the job and career strategy paradigm for internal othe 21st century. (Available from Amazon.com and at all speaking engagements.)
Confessions of a Hiring Manager Rev. 2.0: Getting to and Staying at the Top of the Hiring Manager's Short List Rev. 2.0 (Second Edition)
WINNER of the 2012 International Book Award for Jobs/Careers
GOLD MEDAL WINNER of the 2012 Global eBook Award for Business/Career
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The book that set the new standard for career advice! Donn LeVie Jr. has updated his hard-hitting, rock-solid advice for job seekers and career changers based on nearly 30 years of reviewing thousands of résumés and cover letters, and interviewing hundreds of candidates for a variety of professional positions for Fortune 500 companies.

Find out what hiring managers want in a candidate so you can adjust your approach to become the candidate of choice throughout the entire hiring process. Revised throughout,
Confessions of a Hiring Manager Rev. 2.0 (Second Edition) continues to be the best and only resource for showing people how to create successful jobs and careers from the hiring manager's perspective!

Confessions of a Hiring Manager Rev. 2.0 expands the view from the other side of the desk that reveals the perspectives and expectations hiring managers have of people looking for a job or a new career. (Available from Amazon.com and at all speaking engagements.)



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YOUR RESUME SUCKS! And Here's How to Fix It Once and For All! (eBook)

Yes, most résumés suck, and odds are that yours may be in that majority. Hiring managers are always looking for the top candidate and you DON’T get to that list with a résumé full of duties, responsibilities, and task completions (EVERYONE has these) instead of one that ALSO includes accomplishments and achievements.

Learn where hiring managers focus their attention in the 10 seconds (or less!) that they scan a résumé; learn the types of accomplishments hiring managers most want to see on a résumé; understand which type of résumé format you need, depending on your career objective, and much more. ($10.00)
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Softcover and Kindle versions available. Audiobook coming in 2017
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Softcover and Kindle versions available. Audiobook coming in 2017
512-797-3035

donnlevie@austin.rr.com

9600 Escarpment Blvd
Suite 745-139
Austin, TX 78749

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YOUR COVER LETTER SUCKS! And Here's How to Fix It Once and For All! (eBook)

Yes, hiring managers hate reading cover letters because 95% of cover letters suck, and the odds are that yours - well, it’s probably in that category. People just fail to understand the purpose of a well-written cover letter (no, it’s NOT a summary of your résumé).

Find out what it takes to write a cover letter that focuses on the future benefits of your expertise to the hiring manager rather than the features of your past experience; learn how to use the language of impression management to snag that hiring manager's interest in the first sentence! ($10.00)
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