How to Build Your Professional Network
Networking events can make some people uncomfortable. Fortunately, there are other ways to build your professional network. Social media websites, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, are excellent resources to connect with employers and other professionals. Follow The Language Lab’s five tips for building your professional network and start connecting with people in your industry.How To Start And Operate A Successful Business
There is nothing more thrilling than starting your own business. There are usually many things to take care of, but the thought of creating something that is beneficial to you and your community keeps you going.How to Win Your Ideal Role – CV and Interview Preparation
Looking for jobs can be stressful. The process can be long, and landing your ideal job requires you to perform well every step of the way. The best way to handle the daunting task of landing a new role is to focus on each step as it comes. This step-by-step guide will offer tips on how to prep your CV, write a winning cover letter, and perform your best at the inevitable interview.Monster – A Job Site Review
If you think about the largest job search engine of the world, then Monster should be in your consideration. Interestingly, Monster is a job site that is frequently elicits about equal parts of lovers and hates for its massive database against the difficulties in making a user’s resume to be in the front of others.What Do HR Managers Look for in Executive Level Talent?
HR Managers like to develop relationships with potential executive candidates long before the candidate is even considering another job. But, you still have to find the right HR Manager who will help you on your job hunt. Human Resource professionals know all the tricks of the trade when it comes to recruiting executive level talent.How Does Facebook Affect Your Career?
Engaging in social networking sites could be a lot of fun! If you were to capture some greatest moments of life, photos are not just enough; you have the option now to tell the world about it.10 Things That Will Get You in Big Trouble at Work
Ten tips to help you keep your job. These are things you personally control, so they are very achievable.The Importance of Taking Stock After Redundancy
If redundancy hits it is easier, and very understandable, to hastily start sending off your resume and start applying for jobs regardless of whether or not they are suitable for you. It’s probably also very tempting to react by ringing all the agencies or contacts you have in order to start networking for a new role. If you do this it’s possible you may get an interview, but it’s far more likely that you’ll end up getting some fairly difficult questions you won’t be prepared to answer and obviously won’t be successful.Steve Jobs, Connecting the Dots, and Mentors
You may not be able to “connect the dots” of the future for yourself, but does this mean it is not possible? If you want to move quickly in your career, keep in mind that mentors often already have a full picture of where your headed, because they have “been there”. They know what the dots are and how they connect. An excellent mentor also knows you well enough to see the dots as they personnally apply to you.5 Biggest Mistakes Made in Job Interviews
You’re fresh out of college or you’re back in the employment line and you’ve found a job opening that sounds right for you. Here are the five biggest mistakes to avoid during the interview to give yourself the edge over your fellow job-seekers.CV or Not CV
Everyone needs a CV. Whether you’re a grand fromage or an ingenue, it’s an essential part of getting yourself a new job. Even if you’ve got a great portfolio you still need to sell yourself in words.How To Nail An Interview
Do you have a job interview coming up? Do you want to not only succeed, but nail the interview? Well, read on for some tips on how you can do that! Interviews are an important part of an IT professional’s career. You’ve probably had, or will have, many interviews over your career – some that went well, some not so well. I’ve listed some tips below that I hope prove useful on how to nail an interview.