Many employers would rather provide job skills training to an enthusiastic but inexperienced worker than hire someone with perfect qualifications but a less- than-positive attitude.
Research shows that we are born with many of our values, strengths and talents – just as Michelangelo was born with the traits and abilities of a gifted artist who would not have been happy as the banker his father wanted him to be.
othing incredible is accomplished alone. You need others to help you, and you need to help others. Here are the 7 types of friends you’ll need in your life… and 8 you don’t!
Career planning is more than just making a decision about a job. It’s a process of determining where you are and where you want to be, and developing strategies that support your career and life goals.
Few have lived a life more rewarding than the great Albert Einstein. He was a physicist, philosopher, author, and perhaps the most influential scientist to have ever lived. Here are 20 life and career lessons from the great man’s life:
Preparing for a job interview is a job in itself! To be successful in any job search, you must sell your skills, abilities and most importantly, yourself! And be well prepared. The more prepared you are, the more confident you’ll be.
Being interviewed is a skill, and if you do the preparation you should ace it every time. Here are 10 questions you’re likely to be asked.
Self-confidence is all about believing in yourself, your own worth, your power and abilities, regardless of the situation you are in. Let’s look at the habits of highly confident people and how you can do what they do.
Most of us know that body language (standing up straight; looking people in the eye) can influence how others perceive us, but it can also affect how we see ourselves. Want more self confidence? Then look no further than you own body.
More than 60% of employers value confidence as one of the top traits they are looking for in new hires. Not only is confidence extremely important, but also an employer can tell if you have it within the first minute of meeting you.
Are you waiting until after you leave school or uni to start building up your LinkedIn profile? It’s time to reconsider. Here’s how to build a great student profile on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn has published its list of the most desirable jobs, analysing the skills and work history of over 259 million member profiles to extract the 25 hottest skills. And guess what?
This is the digital age of employment. Your name is sure to be ‘Googled’. That’s why I strongly recommend that college students begin to build a LinkedIn profile early.
Applying for a job can be a stressful business and mistakes can happen. However, resume errors can easily be avoided. In this article we give you 10 of the most common mistakes recruiters have seen in resumes.