Improve Your Emotional Intelligence to Face Any Uncertain Situation 

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The World Economic Forum has officially identified emotional intelligence as a skill in the workplace. Defined as the intelligent use of emotions and ability to navigate change, emotional intelligence can help you handle uncertainty in your daily work life and in your career.   With five generations currently in the workplace, emotional intelligence is more important today than… Read more »

How to Draw Great Examples from Your Experience During a Job Interview 

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When you walk into a job interview, there’s just one thing an interviewer wants to know: What can you do for us?  The best way to answer that question is to give examples of what you have done for past employers. When you give examples of the good work you’ve done in the past, it impresses an interviewer… Read more »

Why You Should Stay Home from Work if You Are Sick

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There is a lot of talk these days about the coronavirus, and while the extent of its impact is still in question, it does raise the issue of what to do about going into work if you’re feeling sick.  Putting the coronavirus to one side, there’s still the highly contagious seasonal flu. If you go to work with the… Read more »

3 Tips for Making Sure You Have a Successful Phone Interview

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Typically lasting between 10 to 15 minutes and consisting of some rather basic background questions, a phone interview can be pretty easy to dismiss as a formality. However, for hiring managers and recruiters, a phone interview is an essential part of their process. These folks do not want to bring in somebody who isn’t taking… Read more »

How to Use the STAR Method in a Job Interview

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In most job interviews these days, you’re asked about past performances in positions similar to the one you’re seeking: “Can you tell me about a time you had to show leadership?” “How did you approach your boss when things whet wrong?” “Have you ever had to fill in for someone in a different position without… Read more »

Following These Crucial Resume Tips Will Help Get You Hired

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When it comes to writing a resume, there are a lot of things to keep in mind and any oversight can sink your chances of getting the job you’re seeking. Below is a comprehensive list of crucial resume tips that can go a long way to getting you hired. Keep It Tight While you don’t want… Read more »

These Productivity Tips Will Help Improve Your Performance

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Time is the most precious commodity in the world because it is in relatively short supply. You only get so much time in your days and weeks to accomplish what you have set out to do. This is why productivity is so essential: High productivity means you’re getting the most return out of your time… Read more »

Learn How to Answer Some of the Most Common Interview Questions

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Try as they might, hiring managers can’t escape many of common interview questions we all know and love: What is your greatest weakness? Why do you want this job? What is your greatest career achievement? These questions have stood the test of time because they do provide use information to a hiring manager, even though… Read more »

4 Great Ways to Stay Motivated at Work

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Even if you’re working a job, you’ve always dreamed of doing or you have a real passion for what you do, staying motivated throughout the workweek can be difficult. There are all kinds of reasons why you might not feel motivated at work. Sometimes, a project gets bogged down, or unexpected challenges may come up…. Read more »

Get Your Resume Ready for a New Job Search in 2020!

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If you are planning on looking for a new job in 2020, the first thing you need to do is get your resume in order. Admittedly, even taking that first step can be a tall order, especially if you’re currently working a full-time job. Getting your resume ready for a job hunt involves reviewing your… Read more »