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The NYT Corner Office column is always full of amazing little tips on how some people hire. You’ve got to know your audience in an interview, but seems like you can always apply some of the tips offered in these succinct interviews with business leaders. In the latest, Wolff Olins CEO Karl Heiselman talks about […]
Knowing and demonstrating your value is an important skill that matters in job interviews, everyday interactions, and for your own self worth.
Communicating what you are good at is key to being offered a new job. But many job seekers aren’t doing a good job of telling prospective employers what makes them the best candidate for the position. MarketWatch’s Andrea Coombes summarizes five mistakes to avoid when on the job hunt.
Little did you know how important that “hobbies and interests” section at the bottom of your resume may be. In her post today, Forbes’ Megan Casserly sums up new data about what personality traits employers hire for most: professionalism, high energy, confidence, self-monitoring, and intellectual curiosity. Of these five, confidence is key. Per the Forbes […]