It is the goal of many employees to become a manager in their workplace. This is a fairly logical goal, it comes with power and often a significant salary increase. However the great managers wanted to become managers for a simple reason, because they wanted to improve the company and help those around them. The … Continue reading How to be a leader in the workplace without a title and set yourself up for promotion
Too often people come to the end of an interview and are asked “Do you have any questions for me?” and they give answers like “No, I think I am good.” While it may seem like an unimportant step on the surface, the candidate question portion is one of the most important parts of an … Continue reading 8 Important Questions to Ask at the End of Interviews to Find the Right Job
The job market is just like any other type of market with its own trends and fashions that go in and out of favor. While a simple black suit may never go out of style there is a decent chance that your resume is currently out of date. To have the best chance of being … Continue reading 11 Resumes Mistakes and Habits to Avoid in Order to Stand Out and Get Hired
Perfectionist is often praised as a great trait to have. TV show protagonist and antagonist alike have this in common to show extreme intelligence and effectiveness. More a super power than actual problem. People will even state that this is their biggest weakness in work interviews like it is something that is universally an advantage. They wear … Continue reading The Inaction of Perfectionism
Whether you work for someone else or you work for yourself your desk is your responsibility and, more importantly, identity. How you choose to identify and what you surround yourself with is important in separating yourself from the pack.