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 …
The actions you take during your first few months in a new role will largely determine whether you succeed or fail.
A job interview can sometimes seem like a final boss battle that stands between you and being hired. It’s a daunting task that can lead to a lot of anxiety for you, which can impact how you perform during the interview.
With employment opportunities still limited, the competition in the job market is fierce. Getting a paying job is not a sure thing. Knowing this, the focus of many professionals has shifted away from finding a career you love to taking the job you can get.
“No person will make a great business who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit”, says Andrew Carnegie.
New hires should not think they have months to settle in because that is far from what employers expect from them.
A very good first impression can help you sell yourself and secure your desired job. Plan for success and avoid mistakes that can blow your chances of moving closer to your next job.
As a team leader or a CEO, you are the one who sets the pace for your employees or team members to follow.
Everyone’s been there – You get an email that makes you do a double-take.
Every business has an owner and every owner has a professional bio online and/or on paper.