In today’s fast-paced and competitive business environment, it is essential to stand out and make your hard work and achievements visible to your management. So what are the ways to sort this out, unlock your true potential, and ace your career?
We've all heard the saying “follow your passion ” when finding a career that we'll love. But the truth is, it can be challenging.
Radio silence after a job interview can be a painful feeling. But it doesn’t always mean rejection.
You are not alone if networking feels transactional—even awkward—to you. This puts you in a situation where you know and acknowledge that you should be networking. Yet, you have an equally strong desire to avoid the discomfort of it all. — How can you reconcile these two opposing feelings?
…it follows that the whole of reality is like an ever-flowing stream, and that nothing is ever at rest for a moment.
How you frame a problem has a direct impact on whether you can solve it. That means, words are more important than one might think they are. When you pick your words carefully when describing your issue, you’ll have a much better chance in solving it.
Actively listen to people around you. If you can hear them with an open mind and willingness to learn, not only you’ll become wiser, but you’ll also become better equipped to help them.
Work stress is inevitable; it is part of life. However, you'll feel refreshed and under control with these strategies and tips. Don’t just read them. Try them and make them a habit.
A promotion is an exciting event. Typically, you assume more responsibilities, grow up in your career, feel a heightened sense of achievement. Though, getting promoted takes more than a job well done. Let’s see what else you need to do to prepare yourself for the next step in your career.
Ghosted? It happens to all of us. You get ghosted by a recruiter, or a manager, or a colleague, or even a friend. Here are a few tips and tricks to follow up when you are ghosted.