Accolades for “Get Noticed, Get Hired”
Thankful for all the support of my book.
Vantney D. Alums, Ed. S (Dale County Schools Career Coach)
Just simply being the best person for the job is no longer an option in today’s job search market. You must be prepared to market yourself and put your best qualities on display. Chellie’s book is the perfect go-to book to get the best information about marketing yourself in a professional manner so that you get noticed and get hired.
Tammie Pinkston (Director and Global OMC Lead for Delivery for Information Services Group
What a great resource for women of all ages! This book bridges the ages with so many up-to-date tips that may be new for some but help take the fear away for anyone. Throughout the book, you see quotes of women that could be any one of us …so relatable and provides the lessons learned through others’ experiences. Those insights make us feel better knowing that we are not alone. In fact, there are crucial statistics that emphasize why this discussion is so important. There is so much helpful information…. I’m not looking to make a change, but I assure you if I am in the future, this book will be the first place I turn.
Kerry Ahrend, M.S., PMP (Author of Project Career Quest: Navigating the Journey...)
Finding a job in today’s competitive, ever-churning, ever-changing job market is no easy feat. The job-search process has become extremely complex but something you must learn to master if you are to land meaningful employment and advance your career. Social media plays a big role in how others see you and will have a significant impact on whether you are seen as a viable and desirable candidate for a job. Recruiters and hiring managers search daily for candidates online, and so, if you want to be noticed and get an interview with your targeted company, you need to get on the radar screen in a positive, engaging, and enticing way. Chellie Phillips’ book, Get Noticed, Get Hired, provides insight, strategies, and resources to help you create a positive brand that will get you noticed by influencers and hiring managers. Your professional image can begin as early as high school based on what you post on social media and can either help or hurt you. Colleges and employers will look to social media to formulate their opinion about your character, your background, how you spend your time, how you relate to others, and any other insight they can ascertain about your personal brand. If what they see aligns with their values and brand, you may get an interview; if it doesn’t, you will be eliminated as a potential candidate. So, take control of your brand by following the advice and wisdom that Chellie shares in her book so you will get noticed and get hired!
Sandy Brantley (Author of Get The Duck Out Of My Pond)
I’ve built a career around helping students launch into the adult world. It’s tough landing that first job after college, but Chellie shows recent graduates that by building a personal career brand, they can start climbing the ladder of success right out of the gate. Get Noticed, Get Hired is full of strategy and advice for job seekers in any phase of life. It’s like having a career coach alongside you as you navigate today’s digital job search market.