A Great Boss is hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget. I lost one of my managers a couple of years ago and I can’t seem to forget him or the legacy he left behind. He was one of my earliest examples of true leadership. I often refer to him as “The
7 Things To Know BEFORE an Interview That Could Lose You the Job CN_Marc_v1_eJust like cramming for an exam, job seekers spend a lot of time before an interview preparing to ace the “test.” And that’s a good thing. But you also don’t want to lose sight of some key things that can bring your
10 things to let go to be successful 1. Let go of toxic people in your life 2. Let go of regretting past mistakes 3. Let go of the need to be right 4. Let go of feeling sorry for yourself 5. Let go of the need to impress others 6. Let go of loyalty
Have you been to a job interview recently, perfectly qualified for the job, answered all the questions well but still found yourself rejected? The answer could lie in your body language; here we look at the messages you’ve been sending out with your body language and how to tweak these to make sure you’re sending
Career Success: How Do You Measure Your Own Career Success? There are many ways that you can evaluate and judge your own career success. Unfortunately, some of the things we use as a measure of success are based on what other people think. And maybe what we see in movies or on TV. And that’s
Don’t be outdated, keep learning continuous… One of my friend was doing good in her life. She was happy with her job and getting proper appreciation from her employer. Suddenly one day she lost her job due to project assignment ended by client. Now she is looking for new job in market. She is confident
Corporate rules for happy life:- #1. Trust nobody. #2. What happens in office, remain in office. Never take office gossips to home and vice versa. #3. Enter office on time, leave on time. Your desktop is not helping improvement in your health. #4. Never make GF/BF and/or brother/sister in office. It will always backfire. #5.
Monday Motivation -HOW TO STAY YOUNG 1. Throw out nonessential numbers. This includes age, weight and height. Let the doctors worry about them. That is why you pay them. 2. Keep only cheerful friends. The grouches pull you down. 3. Keep learning. Learn more about the computer, crafts, gardening, whatever, even ham radio. Never let
What is Career Planning? Career planning is a lifelong process, which includes choosing an occupation, getting a job, growing in our job, possibly changing careers, and eventually retiring. The Career Planning Site offers coverage of all these areas. This article will focus on career choice and the process one goes through in selecting an occupation.