Knowing how to tell your story, uniquely, concisely and sincerely is key to helping potential employers understand who you are, and what unique traits you bring to the organization that no one else can.
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It’s important to remember that it’s okay not to be sure, and not to have an answer to the question, “What do you want to do for the rest of your life?” It’s okay if your first job or first major internship isn’t necessarily the career of your dreams.
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Are you applying for another position within their organization? Not sure what you can do to stand out? Here are a few tips.
You can use the power of validation to prove that you meet the gold standard of your profession when you apply for jobs, promotions, awards, grants, academic programs, speaking engagements, the Senior Executive Service or other forms of professional recognition.
Writing is communication, and communication is key for any leader. Here are six ways you can begin to improve your writing today, and in turn, open new doors for leadership opportunities.
I’ve learned the importance of having and maintaining a happy file at work, and I’ve found it so beneficial that I will always make it a priority to keep an updated happy file.
Last week, we discussed tips to land a last minute Fall position. If you’re still trying to find a job or internship, or even if you already have one, it’s important to make sure you’re equipping yourself with the necessary skills for the job market. According to the 2015 Millennial Majority Workforce Study, hiring managersRead… Read more »
References are often put on the back burner when there are resumes and cover letters to be written, but they can make or break your job search. Accordingly, ensuring reference lists are complete and up to date should be a priority in the job search and interviewing process. The key is to keep professional referencesRead… Read more »