The SYCK Career Podcast

Ep 63: Job Search Made Easy: How to Use the GROWTH Framework to Land Your Next Job


With the job market being as competitive as ever, saving time and effort in your job search should be at the top of your priority list. But how do you know if you’re going in the right direction or if you’re even doing the process right? If you’re feeling lost in your quest to find your next role, you are going to want to listen to this podcast.

In this episode, I will share with you the framework that has helped me get 29 jobs in my career and has worked for hundreds of my clients.  The GROWTH Framework details the step-by-step process of how to land your next role efficiently. This process will help you get a better job quickly, confidently, and with lots more money. 

So if you want to get that next job within 3-6 months, you can’t miss out on this episode. Tune in now and get your roadmap to success!

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Alan Stein has hired hundreds of talented people while working at Salesforce, Meta, American Express, and Google (where he won Manager of the Year). He has seen first-hand that career acceleration is a learnable skill and now he is sharing the exact method to achieve your career goals efficiently. 

He helps anyone with the ambition to accelerate their career path and achieve their aspirations. But he is most passionate about closing pay gaps and helping overcome systemic bias for underrepresented, underestimated, and underpaid people. Essentially, he wants to level the playing field.

Alan brings real talk and inside info to your side. In addition to his nearly three decades working at some of the most impressive companies in the world, Alan has also stumbled along the way. He has survived five layoffs, only to emerge stronger and with more money. Essentially, Alan gets careers — and now he wants to make sure you do too.

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