Intentionally volunteering to learn how to collaborate and be a great team member
In today’s competitive job market, it’s important to stand out from the competition. One of the best ways to do this is by intentionally volunteering to learn how to collaborate and be a great team member. The ability to collaborate with others is essential for success in any organization. It requires the ability to communicate…Read More
Making the Most of Your Work and Family Relationships
Having a good work-life balance is essential for our overall wellbeing. It can be difficult to juggle a career with familial relationships, but it is important to find a way to maintain both. Developing healthy work and family relationships can help us to increase our satisfaction in both arenas. In this blog post, we will…Read More
The Dos and Don’ts of Virtual Interview Attire
In the age of digital communication, it’s more important than ever to make a good impression in a virtual interview. From the comfort of your own home, you can make a great impression with your attire, attitude and knowledge. However, there are certain dos and don’ts that you should abide by when preparing for a…Read More
Interview early. Experts say to try and schedule your interview so you’re one of the first candidates your potential employer sees. This will set you as the standard for interviewees and make every other person they talk to need to live up to your accomplishments. If you’re offered a range of days and times to…Read More
See things from their perspective.
Let’s be honest, the key to landing your dream job isn’t about you, it’s about how you fit and can help the hiring company. The people interviewing you are likely tasked with finding a person that will help the business deliver on key objectives. Put yourself in their position before coming in for your interview.…Read More
Don’t start suggesting changes.
Bringing in new employees is a great way for companies to improve their process and find innovative new ideas. But the interview is not the place to start suggesting that they change their ways of thinking. Unless you are specifically asked how to improve a program or suggest a new way to complete a process,…Read More
Practice your pitch.
You’ll always be asked to tell the interviewer about yourself. It’s the one question that you can almost guarantee will come up. You should have your explanation prepared, but not over-practiced. You want to sound confident and experienced without sounding like you’re reading a prepared statement. Your overview should focus on recent experience, sprinkle in…Read More
Strike a power pose.
A quick and easy way to boost your confidence before a big interview is to do “power poses” in a mirror. By standing up straight with your shoulders back, or practicing your form for those initial handshakes, you’ll not only be able to work on your form for critical moments, but you’ll also start seeing…Read More
Being a perfectionist is overplayed.
One of the easiest answers to the “what’s your biggest weakness” question is saying that you’re a perfectionist. It’s a simple way to avoid any pitfalls while highlighting another positive about your personality. The only problem is that this answer has become cliché. Hiring managers report hearing the word perfectionist in far too many interviews…Read More
Take advantage of online tools.
Take advantage of online tools. Information has never been more readily available than it is today. If you’re going for a position that asks for proficiency in Microsoft Office or other programs, you can usually find free tutorials or even certification classes online. By completing training before your interview, you’ll show that you’re motivated, interested…Read More