Here are some quick tips to help you optimize your LinkedIn profile: Make sure your profile is professionally written and optimized to its fullest potential by creating an attention-grabber headline. Strategically placed keywords to emphasize your skills and expertise, so you can easily be found by search engines. Define your strengths and abilities, and highlight … Continue reading How to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile
In today's ever-changing job market, it appears learning at work is giving a whole new meaning to the old saying, 'knowledge is power.' As a strange side effect to the worst labor shortage in 20 years, companies are (sort of) paying their workers to learn. According to a LinkedIn Workforce report that came out in … Continue reading A great Career gives you Learning Power!
Most people know, and it also goes without saying, that the first thing you do after a job interview is to email a 'thank you' note or letter to the person or persons who interviewed you. Depending on how you view this stringent rule, just the pressure to write an error-free, and perfect 'thank you" … Continue reading The “Thank You” email after a job interview
Excerpt from the article: Work Place Issues - How to get Ahead in your Career when to make a career move It’s easy to think that if you put in the hard work, you’ll reap the benefits by getting promoted or recognized in some other way at work. However, that is not always the case. … Continue reading Ready to make a move in your Career?
Excerpt from article: Ten Job Interview Rules You're Allowed to Break Now One of the reasons many interviewers ask job applicants questions from a script is that the Q&A interview format is so well established and familiar to both interviewers and candidates that it is easy to fall into it. I encourage you to make … Continue reading It’s OK to break some Established Job Interview Rules
Excerpt from article: If Your Boss Shows These 4 Signs, Head For The Hills Take no responsibility. Good managers take responsibility for their actions. As the old leadership saying states, "Give credit, take responsibility." It goes with the territory.