About David Shindler

David Shindler is a coach, facilitator, speaker, and blogger on jobs, careers and employability development. He is the author of “Learning to Leap, a Guide to Being More Employable”. He has been quoted in Forbes and MSN, and listed as a top career blogger by YouTern and Career Sherpa. David coaches you to be clearer, more confident and purposeful so you take the job and career actions that are right for you.

Website: http://www.learningtoleap.co.uk

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Posts by David Shindler:

Career Moves: Where Do You Want to Be?

Career Moves: Where Do You Want to Be?

It’s often tempting in life to do what’s easiest and in front of us rather than stepping back to take a wider and more considered view. Doing something, anything, can feel better than nothing at all. Although tactics may get you somewhere, however, is it where you want to be?

How to Wow a Prospective Employer with Your Potential

How to Wow a Prospective Employer with Your Potential

One of the frustrations job seekers identify is the limitations of the resume and job interview for putting across who they really are. They may lack experience and their qualifications are no longer enough to convince employers. Many employers are risk-averse, particularly in tough economic times, and go for the tried and tested candidate. How do you get across your potential and persuade an employer you are a better bet?

7 Learning Habits to Thrive in a Chaotic World

7 Learning Habits to Thrive in a Chaotic World

A paradigm shift is happening today about the meaning of work, what a job is, what it means to be an employee, and the changing nature of a working life. We are working and living longer, so it’s crazy to think of education as a single decade at the beginning of our lives when we might have seven or eight more!

Do You Know Your Value? Why Self-Belief Matters

Do You Know Your Value? Why Self-Belief Matters

One of the factors for job and career success is the value you add. Sometimes you can quantify it, like exceeding targets or the increase in dollars from implementing a creative idea. Other times it’s more intangible, like how you make people feel and the support you give as a valued colleague.

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