Step 4 of Interview Preparation: Know What You Will Bring to the Job

Step 4 of Interview Preparation: Know What You Will Bring to the Job

Take the time to consider what skills and experience you will bring to the job. If there are experiences relevant to the work of the new position, jot them down and review them before your interview. If you have skills that are needed to do the role well, be ready to...
Quote of the Day: Fred Brooks

Quote of the Day: Fred Brooks

Good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgment. -Fred Brooks It’s important to remember that all of us fail, usually multiple times, before we succeed. Remember this if you make a mistake at work in particular. The most important...
Boosting Your Confidence

Boosting Your Confidence

Confidence is important when it comes to your job; it gives you the strength to think of new ideas, lead a team, and so much more. So many of us struggle with confidence at work, especially if you’re new to the workplace. Building up your confidence might sound...
Seeing Eye to Eye: Tips for Effectively Working With Supervisors

Seeing Eye to Eye: Tips for Effectively Working With Supervisors

The workplace is full of interactions each day everywhere you go. These interactions occur between colleagues, clients, customers, and, perhaps most dauntingly, supervisors. There’s an old stereotype that everyone has a negative relationship with their...
Quote of the Day: Neil Gaiman

Quote of the Day: Neil Gaiman

I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done...

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