Networking is essential but it can be quite challenging. For instance, how much should you mention about yourself? Here are some examples of what you should try to avoid and what you should do instead.
„What Leaders Never Do In Networking Intros (And You Shouldn’t Either)“ on Forbes
A certified master résumé writer describes one common mistake most successful people make. Find out more in the following article.
„A woman who has read over 4,000 résumés says this is the biggest mistake the most successful people make“ on Business Insider
Many students worry about their grades because they think business only cares about academic grades. But there are other vital determinants such as the ability to work in a team. Find out why it’s also important to focus on soft skills in the following article:
„It’s Not Their Grades That Students Should Be Worrying About“ on Forbes
As the time for summer internships has started you might be interested in how you could turn your internship into a job offer. The following article gives three advices for this purpose.
„3 Ways To Turn Your Summer Internship Into A Job Offer“ on Forbes
It is often expected to put in eight-hour days, working in long blocks of time, with few or no breaks. But is this approach still appropriate or is the eight-hour workday holding us back?
„Why The 8-Hour Workday Doesn’t Work“ on Forbes
You won’t catch a recruiter’s attention using „zombie language“ in your resume. Here’s what you should avoid in your CV in order not to sound like everybody else.
„These Ten Mistakes Are Killing Your Resume“ on Forbes
All eyes on you: Job interviews are a prime opportunity to display bad habits that make you look unprofessional. Here’s what you should avoid during your interview.
„18 unprofessional habits that could ruin your job interview“ on Business Insider
“They’re the people who are dying to get up in the morning and go do their work.” Curious about how to find your passion for work? StoryCorps founder Dave Isay shares 7 takeaways from the hard-won fight to find the work you love.
“7 lessons about finding the work you were meant to do” on Ted.com
This TED talk, although aimed at women, has useful hints for men and women as well as for new graduates and midcareer workers. Susan Colantuono, CEO of „Leading Women“, a management consulting firm that empowers women, shares an essential advice for your career breakthrough.
“The career advice you probably didn’t get” on Ted
The brain picks up nonverbal cues much faster than verbal ones. Don’t let unintentional signals send the wrong message and learn to avoid mistakes.
„21 Common Body Language Mistakes Even Smart People Make“ on Inc. Magazine