If you’ve ever felt stuck or rudderless in your professional life, you’re not alone. It’s easy to jump from job to job, or to go through the motions of your work life, until you hit pause one day and realize you’re not where you want to be or not doing what you want to do. It’s...Read more
There’s no denying that good professional references are a powerful tool in your job search – but it’s not the only way to demonstrate your value as a potential employee. Be prepared to sing your own praises, to toot your own horn. Arrive at an interview with specific examples of how you increased sales, handled a...Read more
Good references often tip the scales in your favor with a potential employer. While you don't need to include them on your resume, you should have your list of references ready to go when they are requested. Here is a quick guide to building and maintaining your list:Read more
- Brainstorm a list of former supervisors, direct reports,...
Yesterday, we discussed the importance of researching a potential employer prior to your interview. Today, we’re looking at another direct way to demonstrate your interest and drive during an interview: interviewing the interviewer. Your research will likely reveal some company-specific questions you want to make sure to ask. Here is a list of additional questions that...Read more