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Work-Life: Striking a Balance

Being a workaholic seem adventurous first. However, having the same routine everyday can get monotonous. One has to find a mid-way to lead a productive life.

Discovering Your Career Passion – Risky Business?

A successful Human Resources executive experiences a personal and professional crisis, leading her to discover her true calling, career passion and a career change. Do you know what your career passion is and how to make a successful career change?

Navigating Your Career Aspirations

“I would like everyone in our organisation to have his personal career plan in his hands shortly after joining us” was the message we received from Jason, the leader of a social sector organisation. As he explained, it was not easy to attract people to join his team of around 600. The lack of attraction of the jobs in his organisation in the eye of the youth, especially fresh graduates, was the driver for his request. Giving a clear career track with attractive opportunities was to help addressing this issue.

Best Successful Career Tips You Will Read This Year

Whether you are aware or not, the fact is your career development started the day you were born and continuous to this day as it is a lifelong process. The various factors that eventually shape your career range from your personality, interests, values, background, circumstances and abilities.

5 Barriers for Women’s Career Advancement

India has one of the worst gender gaps in the world when it comes to labour force participation. It is not just that lesser women join the workforce. One of the other reasons for the disproportion is also that when it comes to advancement in their careers, women face many impediments leading to early retirements or leaving the workforce prematurely.

Are You Problem Oriented or Solution Oriented?

So, here’s where we are going with this. I have found that individuals that understand the distinction in being a problem solver versus just a problem identifier can make a huge difference in the success of an organization. There are many distinctions between successful and unsuccessful people.

The Employment Challenge of the White, Blue Collar Worker

I explore the current presidential election and how it is influenced by the career challenge faced by white, blue collar workers. Suggestions are offered to this workforce cohort for addressing their employment needs.

How To Ask Why You Didn’t Get The Job!

Someone else was chosen for the job you felt you were perfect for. WHY??? Never take rash actions and contact the “offending” company without first taking time to process the rejection yourself. Think about your interview performance carefully for a couple of days, and consider the following:

Does Your Career Have A Blueprint?

Most professional builders would not dream of starting on a project without a set of blueprints. The detailed drawings are essential to guiding the process of building so that no important factors are left out. The blueprints are examined, changed where potential problems are noted, and referred to during the entire process.

LinkedIn Vs. Job Boards

I had an interesting experience today which demonstrates why personalizing your job search process is more effective than a mass marketing approach. I was meeting with a friend who is looking for his next job and giving him some one-on-one coaching using the Selling Yourself Into a Job system when, during a break, a woman at the next table asked if I was a recruiter.

The Top 10 Skills That Will Be In Demand By Employers In The Future

By the year 2020, employers are going to require more from their workers than ever before. Having the essential skills necessary to succeed in the construction, engineering, and environmental industries will be an absolute necessity to advance within the industry.

What To Do During Training At A New Job

So you got the job, now you’re off to do some much needed training. In this article you will find simple tips on what to do while you are training.

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