“Your brand is what people say about you when you aren’t in the room.” – Tim Leberecht
CB Insights recently asked their newsletter readers (hundreds of thousands of professionals working in tech, investing, startups, and corporations across the world) for their favourite job interview questions. Maybe you’re …
I worked almost 7 years at GE. I stayed because I kept learning, I kept adding value, and that value also resulted in more work, more responsibilities, and being promoted to the next level.
We experience stress when we feel that situations are out of our control. Here are some stress management tips.
A well-structured workload is key to good time management and will increase your productivity.
Spend 20 minutes a day thinking about your career. Incremental efforts pay off.
“…I’ve been looked at and treated my whole life as if I am not able. I have had to rise above and show people that the only disability is one’s refusal to adapt.” – Sean Stephenson
Your brand is a window into the heart and soul of your business and should, therefore, be taken very seriously.
The actions you take during your first few months in a new role will largely determine whether you succeed or fail.
Imperfections are no longer things to ignore but opportunities for new business ideas.