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I am Shaun Manzano, a recent MBA graduate, with specialized training in business modernization, change management, increasing productivity and efficiency, team building - organizational communication, training and knowledge management.

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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Join PMI - Project Management Institute

I just recently became a member of PMI and a member of the local chaper in Hampton,VA.

Here is some of the published news within the chapters article:

"Where else can you visit the Carib-bean, enjoy all the food you could possibly imagine, stay in beautiful accommodations, choose from a myriad of free entertainment opportu-nities, and get professional develop-ment. . all at the same time. . .and at a price too good to pass up? PMI Hampton Roads and PMI Central Virginia have got the perfect solution for you. . .Check out the details on this fantastic opportunity! (Stephen Matney, PMP, 2009)"

Hope to see you also join as a member. I am currently studYing toward my initial PMP Project Management Proffesional certification.

Best Regards,
Shaun Manzano



Friday, July 31, 2009

Write a Resume Haiku

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Here is my Haiku

Passionate leader who
Identifies core needs and sets
Individuals on a path

Ever notice that people tend to make things harder than they have to be? Wouldn't the job search be simpler, for example, if you could forgo the trouble of crafting a brilliant resume that details your past experience, and instead just sum up your essential nature, your true value, in the form of a haiku?

In case you've forgotten, haiku is a Japanese form of non-rhyming poetry which, in English, contains three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, respectively. The goal of a haiku is to paint a mental image in the reader's mind.

And that's exactly the goal you're trying to achieve in a resume! But a resume does it in one or two pages (plus cover letter), while a haiku does it in 17 syllables.

Give it a try!
See if you can write a resume haiku that communicates a sense of what makes you a great job candidate, and helps readers picture you successfully fulfilling their business needs. This exercise is not only a fun time-waster, it might actually help you zero in on the core message you want to present to employers.

Here are a few samples to help you get started:

Administrative Assistant

Knows what bosses need
And provides them with the tools
That make them look good

Customer Service Representative

Able to listen
To people being bitchy
Without bitching back

Ad Copywriter

Understands people
Puts their pain into words that
Make them want to buy

Real Estate Agent

Helps you look beyond
These four walls to see instead
Your dream lifestyle here

Hope you enjoyed the article.

Shaun Manzano

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Shaun Manzano NCO of the Quarter - April - June 2009

All, I just received notification that I was awarded the quaterly award for the base level check out the link.

NCO of the Quarter - April - June 2009 Tech. Sgt. Shaun Manzano 916th CS


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