A VPN (Virtual Private Network)
Your ability to control access.
A help desk contact.
The exclusive IP address for work.
Mobile control and production
Video conference on immediate demand
There are many things to forget than to remember if Zoom isn’t already a staple in your life:
Logistics matter in your first 90 days working remotely. It could wrongly or mislead your brand down a path of no return. But everything will be fine if you continuously tweak your surroundings.
And talk to everyone in your household to set expectations. Realistic expectations that is (translation: Quiet!).
Oh yeah, your employer sent you the equipment a couple of weeks ago, and you don’t have it. Today is the first day. Back up plan? Every company doesn’t have a list of things your need for remote working yet.
Maybe there are mobile alternatives to access from your phone? Perhaps a disaster recovery plan in case of all things electronic become disabled?
Well, logistics matter in those first 90 days.
Your core values, like most, eventually means everything in your desired career choice. You’ll hear Nii-Ato Enchill-Bentsi, and I discuss in depth what you’ll need to know about using your values to guide your job search. And you’ll also hear an excerpt from my LinkedIn Live stream show with Jack Kelly about why you should ignore unemployment data.
I wrote up the show notes and embedded the live stream in this article.
– Call and leave a voicemail at 708-365-9822, or text your comments to the same number
– Go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com, press the “Send Voicemail” button on the right side of your screen and leave a message
– Send email feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nii Ato Bentsi-Enchill is the founder of AvenirCareers.com. Before going full-time as a business owner, he was Ivy Exec’s Senior Content Manager & Career Adviser. In addition to networking/job search strategy, LinkedIn, and resume writing, he uses his Psychology and Mental Health education as part of a holistic approach to career coaching.
If you want to see the whole video interview, you can watch it on my video channel.
During our conversation, we tried to answer three questions:
Who would benefit most from finding an employer with shared values?
Why is it important?
How would shared core values manifest itself into a job search strategy?
😎 Nii Ato: “Values are pretty essential in what I do as a career coach.”
😎 Work-life and personal life are similar – informs their career.
😎 Everyone benefits from focusing on their values when it comes to their career
😎 It affects what kind of culture you want to surround yourself with
😎 The pandemic has forced us into a place where we are questioning what we genuinely value.
😎 The access each person has to their daily life will include a chose workplace.
😎 We’re more “core valued centered” than ever with re-prioritizing family, the type of company, and your final destination in where you land next.
😎 Do a “values” inventory from the past of what worked and what didn’t
😎 You can’t seek out valued work or culture if you are applying to hundreds of jobs.
😎 Targeting companies in a thoughtful matter with values at the center can keep you working.
As the holiday season approaches, I may release three shows instead of two in November. Along with the shows, two of them will come with newsletters. I anticipate there will be new sign-ups for the E-book, “421 Modern Job Search Tips 2021.” There will be special announcements made exclusive to email sign-ups only.