Tip 10 for Respect, Productivity & Notice at Work: Prep for Tomorrow

Tip 10 for Respect, Productivity & Notice at Work: Prep for Tomorrow

The final tip for increasing your respect, productivity and notice at work is to prepare yourself for the next day by creating an ‘Outstanding List’ (OS) or ‘To Do List’ for the next day. This tip works well in conjunction with the previous tip to spend some time at...
Quote of the Day: It is never too late to be what you might have been

Quote of the Day: It is never too late to be what you might have been

Consider the employee and person you would like to be and then list the actions you would need to take to get there. After that, it’s a matter of starting and sticking with it through all the ups and downs. For as George Eliot observes:   It is never too late to...
Step 8 of Interview Preparation: Post-Interview Questions

Step 8 of Interview Preparation: Post-Interview Questions

In the seven preceding interview preparation steps, the goal was to get you to the interview on time and ready to answer questions comfortably. Step eight involves preparation for the moment’s right after you’ve answered these questions, that is, the preparation of...
Step 7 of Interview Preparation: Print Hard-Copies

Step 7 of Interview Preparation: Print Hard-Copies

It is best to arrive at an interview ready for anything and that means having hard-copies of your resume and references at hand. While your interviewer may already have a copy of your resume printed, as Alie Hallbock recons in her article on interview preparation,...
Step 6 of Interview Preparation: Practice Aloud

Step 6 of Interview Preparation: Practice Aloud

Even if you have brainstormed the answers for every possible question that your interviewers could ask and taken good notes, you should still practice delivering your answers aloud.  As Alia Hollback observes in her article on interview preparation, “no matter how...

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