While traditional interviews focus on determining your skills and
competency for the position, modern competency-based interviews go a
step further by asking questions that can help your prospective employer
determine if your character fits the company's corporate culture. In your next interview, tell your story.
At some point in your career, you will have to do some form of public
speaking. Whether it be in front of a large convention or doing an
in-office presentation for colleagues, public speaking is part of nearly
every executive´s life. And mastering the art can only help advance
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times--networking is
vital to getting ahead in your career. While this may be the case, there
are still many mistakes people make and tricks they have yet to try.
Switching careers can be an extremely tough challenge, so it is not
surprising to note that those who are toying with the idea of making a career change are actually terrified about taking the leap. Check out our tips to help you manage your fears when changing careers.
Thousands of people use social media to find employment. In fact,
according to a study by recruiting software platform Jobvite, more than
22 million Americans used social networks to find jobs in 2011. And one
in six found a position via social networking. A whopping 54 percent of
job seekers use Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter to search for jobs.