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...
Nix the Clutter and keep your Work Space professional

Nix the Clutter and keep your Work Space professional

How you keep your work station reflects on you. The impressions made by a messy desk may not accurately show your organizational skills and professional commitment, but they leave an image nonetheless. In Kristine Solomon’s recent article, “12 things on your work desk...
Body Language on your Interview

Body Language on your Interview

What does your body language say when you are at your interview? In her recent article, Tanya Kertsman looks at what your body language says about you at your interview and identifies things to avoid doing. She observes that the wrong body language can give the...
Life and Work Skills for Young Professionals

Life and Work Skills for Young Professionals

Oftentimes, the skills we learn for work translate into skills we use outside of work as well. There are so many critical skills we could and should learn, but the most “important” ones will probably vary depending on who you ask. Shana Lebowitz created a...
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...

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