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Job Search 101: How to Determine the Company Culture
When you apply for a new position, your first inclination is probably to make sure your qualifications meet the job requirements. If you want to be successful in a new role, however, it’s essential to determine whether the company’s culture is a good fit for you. Doing so could be the most important career move you make because cultural fit has a direct impact on how happy, engaged and productive ... Read More
How to Ace an Internal Job Interview
If you’re applying for a new position with your current employer, it’s important to know that an in-house job interview requires a different approach from a regular one. While you might feel more confident because you know the company, don’t make the mistake of becoming complacent. Instead, use your knowledge of the organization to present yourself as the best candidate for the position. Keep the ... Read More
Four Entry-Level Jobs for New Grads
August is already here, and that means that the lazy, hazy days of summer will soon be behind us. If you’re a recent university or college graduate or a soon-to-be graduate, it also means it’s time to put that degree to use and land a good job. Some of the top sectors for new grads to check out are technology, healthcare and business.TechnologyWith a rising number of companies undergoing digital t ... Read More
Six Steps to Retrain for a New Career
People decide to change careers for many reasons. Sometimes, it’s a lack of fulfillment or prospects; other times, it’s because a different occupation is more interesting and exciting. Whatever your motivation, if you decide to switch careers, there’s too much at stake to not get it right. So instead of browsing job postings and trying to shoehorn your skills and experience into a position you kno ... Read More
Why Professional Development Is Important
The world of work is transforming rapidly. New technologies like cloud-based enterprise platforms are changing how, when, and where we work. In addition, advanced automation is also beginning to have an impact on what our job duties are. Considering these ongoing developments, it’s not surprising if you’re struggling to keep up at work—let alone get ahead. In fact, a 2016 study by Pew Research Cen ... Read More
Turn Your Office Party into a Career Booster
Is your boss hosting an office cookout to celebrate the beginning of summer with your entire team? Or perhaps you and your colleagues have decided it’s the perfect time to get together for some social time before people leave for their vacations. Whatever the reason, it’s important to recognize the potential of the event for your career. While an office cookout isn’t meant as any kind of test of y ... Read More
Four Ways to Update Your Resumé
Is your resumé more 2010 than 2017? Then it’s high time you brought it up to current standards! Your resumé is summary of your skills, experience and accomplishments intended to grab the attention of the recruiter or hiring manager. Ideally, it will motivate them to call you for an interview. However, if your resumé is outdated, the chances your job application will be successful greatly diminish. ... Read More
How to Create a Home Office
Would you welcome the chance to swap your stressful 45-minute commute for more quality time with your kids? Would like more flexibility to schedule your work around your personal responsibilities? Does the idea of never having to wear business casual again sound like a dream come true? If any of these scenarios sound appealing to you, then you’ll be interested to note that an increasing number of ... Read More
Building a Good Relationship with Your Boss
Does your boss always give you the most tedious assignments on a project? Does he or she dismiss or even ignore your suggestions at work? Do you typically only receive criticism, not praise—even though you know you’re good at what you do? If any of this sounds familiar, then you’re probably already thinking about getting a different job. However, it’s never a good idea to leave a job simply becaus ... Read More
How to Future-proof Your Career
Summer officially begins on June 21st, and many of us will be daydreaming about enjoying the long, warm days ahead. But with all the recent talk of artificial intelligence (AI) and robots taking over our jobs, should you really be thinking of cookouts and pool parties—especially while automated technology doesn’t need a vacation break?Is automation a threat to your career?A 2015 poll by Monster sh ... Read More
How to Thrive in a Competitive Workplace
Maybe you’re starting a new job and you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the new information and people. Or perhaps you’re in a work environment where every day, you feel like you’re on the starting blocks of a major competition. Whatever the reason, if you find yourself in a sink or swim situation at work, you need to learn to swim—or else your job could be on the line. Figure out the company cultur ... Read More
Three Tech Jobs That Are Hot Right Now
Technology is becoming more and more important in our personal and professional lives—and the job market reflects that fact. Employers around the world are looking for—and willing to pay competitive salaries for—candidates with tech skills. Here are three tech jobs that are in high demand right now:Data scientist. Ranked number one in the Glassdoor.com list of “50 Best Jobs in America,” data scien ... Read More
Three Simple Steps to Finding a Job That Gives You Meaningful Work
You’re looking for a job—but you don’t want just any job. You want one that’s interesting, pays well and provides good benefits. You want nice co-workers, the ability to telecommute now and then, and maybe even a few perks like an onsite gym or paid time off. Most of all, you want a job that allows you to contribute in a positive way to your community or to society as a whole.If this sounds famili ... Read More
Is Working from Home Right for You? 10 Things to Consider
Has the commute to the office gotten old? Are you constantly distracted at work? Or do you simply do your best work when your cat’s the only one looking over your shoulder?Whatever the reason, when the thought of becoming a telecommuter crosses your mind, you could be at an important career crossroads. Get it right, and the quality of your life could greatly improve. Get it wrong, and… well, let’s ... Read More
Why a Remote Job Can Help Your Career
Many people still associate work-from-home jobs with low-level work. In today’s economy, however, nothing could be further from the truth. A growing number of companies are embracing remote work as a way to reduce overhead while simultaneously providing skilled employees with a better work-life balance. Clearly, if employers are willing to allow top talent to work from home, telecommuting is an op ... Read More
How to Get Out of a Career Slump
It happens to the best of us: you wake up one morning and realize there’s nothing about your job that excites you anymore. In other words: you’re in a career slump. As Jenny Blake points out in her article titled “Career Plateaus: How to Move Beyond the Slump,” it’s important to realize that a career slump is actually a good thing. It indicates that you’ve learned all you can in this position and ... Read More
Manufacturing: A Smart Career Choice
When it comes to choosing a career, manufacturing has traditionally had a bad rap. Previous generations knew it as a sector with poor working conditions, few career opportunities, and a high risk of being laid off due to cuts, automation, or both. While this might have been true 15 or 20 years ago, manufacturing today isn’t anything like it used to be. Skills shortages are anticipated in CanadaAcc ... Read More
Three Lunch Ideas for Work
Do you seem to lose focus and get tired around 2:30 every afternoon? If so, then you’re not alone. Many of us fall prey to the dreaded “afternoon slump,” a noticeable energy dip that can leave you sleepy and irritable—or even give you a massive migraine.According to Gina Shaw in her WebMD article titled “Afternoon Energy Boosters,” the energy dip is caused by our natural body clock that makes us s ... Read More
Interview Good Luck Charms
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and regardless of whether you’re of Irish descent or not, you’re going to see plenty of four-leaf clovers and hear references to “the luck o’ the Irish.” Now, before you shrug your shoulders and laugh it off as superstition, know this: There’s scientific proof that good luck charms can actually work!What scientists sayIn 2010, after decades of dismissin ... Read More
Three Essential Customer Service Skills
If you don’t have an outward-facing job, then you might not think it’s important to hone your customer service skills. Well, think again. Throughout your career, you’re likely to experience numerous professional situations that require good customer service skills.You might have to fill in for a colleague who usually handles customer enquiries. Your boss could ask you to participate in a meeting w ... Read More
Four Things to Look For In a Virtual Job
Writing a report while you’re curled up on your couch with your cat.Getting to work early every morning because you never have to deal with a morning commute.Not having to constantly pay for babysitters and business suits.These are just a few of the benefits of having a full-time virtual job—in other words, a job that never requires you to go into an office. In addition to these benefits, many vir ... Read More
How to Cloud-Base Your Career Materials – and Why You Should
You’re scrolling through job listings over your lunch break, and suddenly you see your dream job. Naturally, you want to apply immediately—but then you realize your career materials are all on a zip drive you left at home. And that means you’ll have to wait until you’re back home before you can fill out an application.Cut your response timeWhile there’s nothing wrong with keeping your career mater ... Read More
Three Tips for Courting Your Dream Career
Regardless of how good you are at what you do, your dream career doesn’t just fall in your lap. In fact, the process is much like dating – in both instances, you’re looking for that perfect fit that will allow you both to thrive. Keep the following three tips in mind for courting your dream career:Get to know all aspects of a career.Just like you can’t know everything about someone after having on ... Read More
Creating a Personal Website for Your Job Search
Your resumé is on point and under two pages. Your work experience is impressive and shows you’re a well-rounded candidate. And your cover letters are always impactful and customized to the position you want. However, you aren’t the only candidate who knows how to present him- or herself in a positive light. So what can you do to get from good to great—and position yourself as a first-choice candid ... Read More
5 Ways to Update Your Resumé
When was the last time you updated your resumé?If you answered, “When I applied for my current job,” then it’s advisable to set aside some time in the next few weeks to bring it up to date. Granted, this might seem unnecessary if you’re happy in your current position and aren’t looking to make any career changes just yet. In today’s labour landscape, however, there are a number of very good reason ... Read More
Top Job Skills for 2017
Are you planning to get a new job in 2017? Or are you a student who’s interested in knowing what job skills are going to be in demand in the next few years so you can choose your field of study accordingly?If you’ve answered, “Yes!” to either of these questions, then read on for the most sought after technical and professional skills.IT skills top the listWith the rapid expansion of the IoT, cloud ... Read More
New Year's Career Resolutions: Six Do's and Don'ts
It’s that time of year again when so many of us promise ourselves we’ll adopt healthier habits, read more books, and save more money. But here’s the thing: it can be challenging to find the time and motivation to keep the usual New Year’s resolutions. Think about it: on a Monday morning when it’s raining cats and dogs, are you really going to walk the five blocks from the subway station to the off ... Read More
Job Hunting During the Holidays
If your list of New Year’s resolutions begins with, “Start an awesome new job,” then now is the time to step up your job search.Though many people believe that companies don’t hire between Thanksgiving and New Year, nothing could be further from the truth.First of all, there are a number of industries such as hospitality, retail, travel, and financial services that experience a rise in demand duri ... Read More
4 Ways to Ensure Career Longevity
“You’re fired!”For most of us, hearing these words would be our worst nightmare. That’s why we work hard to perform well at our jobs, be good colleagues and help our companies meet their business objectives. While being fired is usually associated with having somehow failed or done something wrong, however, there are also a number of other causes that can cost you your job.The reasons behind job l ... Read More
How to Handle a Difficult Co-worker
No matter how much you like your job, it doesn’t mean that all your co-workers are a pleasure to work with. In fact, it’s possible that one of your colleagues never fails to push your buttons, and you always dread having to bring up the issue.If this sounds familiar, then it might help to know you’re not alone. According to Gwen Moran in her FastCompany article titled “How to Deal with a Coworker ... Read More
How to Beat the Winter Blues
For the past month, you’ve left for work in the dark and arrived home after sunset. The winter weather makes for long, difficult, and sometimes dangerous commutes. Add to that grumpy colleagues and tight end-of-year deadlines, and it’s not surprising to feel your motivation for work decreasing.If this sounds familiar, then you’re not alone. Many people feel more tired and irritable than usual duri ... Read More
How to Take Charge of Your Career
After all of the excitement of summer with days on the beach, family barbecues, and vacations to relaxing places, the colder, shorter days of fall have arrived. For many of us, it heralds the beginning of the time of year when we prefer to stay indoors with a book or a favorite TV show.If this sounds like you, then why not put some of your evenings and weekends to good use and take stock of your c ... Read More
How Part-Time Jobs Help Your Career
Most students work a part-time job to help cover the costs of their education. Working as a waiter or waitress, babysitter or store attendant are all popular choices to earn some extra cash. But did you know that your choice of part-time or temp job now is going to have a significant impact on your employability when you graduate?Student work experience can help you develop your skills When you’re ... Read More
Improve Your Work Performance
The fun and relaxation of the summer vacation is well behind us. Soon, many of us will leave for work before dawn and arrive home well after sunset. When the days get darker and the weather gets colder, it’s not uncommon to feel less upbeat about work. You might even feel like you’re stuck in a rut or spinning your gears—especially if you’ve been in your position for more than a year and don’t fee ... Read More
How to Choose the Right Career Opportunities
Lately, your job isn’t as much as a challenge as it used to be. That’s only natural, since you become more skilled and knowledgeable over time. It can also be a bit frustrating, especially if you want to advance your career and don’t qualify for a promotion yet.If this situation sounds familiar, then you’ve probably also done your research and found numerous articles and blog posts that advise you ... Read More
Business Travel
Forget vacation travel. The end of summer is here, and for many professionals, that means it’s time to get ready for the usual round of business trips. Unfortunately, these often high-pressure events are rapidly becoming even more stressful as geopolitical tensions are forcing airports and airlines around the world to ramp up security.Nevertheless, it’s only logical that you want your business tri ... Read More
Work Experience or Certifications
If you’re a student thinking about your post-secondary education or a professional looking to make a career change, you might be wondering whether you need some type of certification or if work experience is enough.The truth is, there’s no cut and dry answer. For decades, it was universally accepted that earning a bachelor’s degree was a prerequisite for landing a good job. A growing number of stu ... Read More
Train Your Brain
When was the last time you learned something new?If you’re like most of us, your answer probably sounded something like, “When I learned how to use pivot tables” or, “When I learned how to use my company’s contact centre software.” Perhaps you’ve learned something that’s not directly work related, such as how to play tennis or speak French. Or maybe you can’t remember the last time you consciously ... Read More
Six Steps to a Promotion
Do you want to advance your career and earn more money?Chances are, you’ve answered a resounding, “Yes!”Now for the next question: what are you actually doing to advance?If you’ve answered something like, “I show up to work every day and do my best,” then you’re definitely not alone. Being promoted, however, isn’t just about being in a position for a specific amount of time. It’s also about earnin ... Read More
Why You Need an Elevator Pitch
You’ve finally found a job you love. The work is interesting; your colleagues rock; and you couldn’t ask for a better employer. What’s more: you’ve got flexible hours, as well as a generous salary and benefits package.In short, you’re doing great, and you’re happy where you are. So, since you’re not looking for a new position, you don’t feel the need to keep your elevator pitch honed.BIG mistake.H ... Read More
Freelance to Full-Time
When you were in school, you started doing small developer gigs now and then, both for the experience and the money. Now, eight years later, you’ve built a successful freelance career as an app developer. You have a roster of steady, loyal clients who rely on you to always find a solution and meet deadlines. You’ve got an outstanding portfolio of work that never fails to impress. And you’ve achiev ... Read More
9 Tips for Your First Week on the Job
The academic year is almost over, and that means hundreds of thousands of high school and college students are saying goodbye to their school books and getting ready to enter the workforce. If you’re among this group of new professionals, you’ll want to make a good impression and an even better start. Here are our top tips for making the most of the first week in your new job.Prepare properly. Whe ... Read More
Being Friends with the Boss
According to recent research, more and more professionals say they want a work environment that fosters workplace friendships. That’s not surprising, since even though an increasing number of us enjoy flexible work arrangements and telecommuting options, the American Time Use Survey shows we still spend an average of 8.9 hours a day on work and related activities. In contrast, we only spend aroun ... Read More
Why It’s Important to Enjoy Your Job
Do you wake up every morning excited to get to work? Do you arrive at the office in a great mood—and no matter what happens, nothing can turn your smile upside down?Or is your morning ritual comprised of hitting the snooze button five times, dragging yourself into the shower, chugging your coffee and hoping you can make it through the day without giving up?For most of us, the reality lies somewher ... Read More
Four Technology Trends Transforming the Workplace
When was the last time you saw a phone with a rotary dial? How about an electric typewriter? Or a PDA?Chances are, the last time you saw any of these was at least 15 years ago. If you’re a Millennial, you might never have seen them at all outside of the movies.At one time, all three of these devices were used every day by professionals – but with the advent of the cell phone, computer and Blackber ... Read More
How to Overcome Feeling Stalled In Your Career
Do you always do your best and consistently deliver great work? Have you been in your current position for two years or longer? Have you not heard the word “promotion” from your manager at all since your job interview?If this is the case, you probably feel stalled in your career advancement—and you want to do something about it! Before making any impulsive moves such as confronting your boss or lo ... Read More
Six Tips For Successfully Joining a Team
Whether you’re the newest addition to a company or you’ve just been added to an existing interdepartmental team, being the new kid on the block isn’t always easy.Over time, every team develops its own culture, with spoken and unspoken agreements as to the group hierarchy and how things are done. As the newcomer, you need to know how to integrate into the team without causing any disruption. If you ... Read More
Five Ways You Can Stay In Demand, No Matter Your Field
Before there was email, there were mail carriers. According to Service Canada, the number of letter carriers is expected to decline sharply over the next few years, with the impact of technological and organizational changes on Canada Post. Depending on when delivery drones become mainstream, numbers could fall even further. Similarly, a large number of manufacturing jobs are becoming obsolete due ... Read More
Why You Need a Career Map – and How to Create One That Works
You get up every morning and go to work. Now and then, an interesting job posting catches your eye, or you notice someone in your field whose job you wouldn’t mind having. All things considered, though, you’re basically following the path of the least resistance in your company.But it this going to get you to where you want to go?No matter where you are in your career, you should always know what ... Read More
Attire
Despite the fact that more than one part of Canada was blanketed in a late spring snowfall just a few weeks ago, the summer of 2016 is on its way. Just imagine: in a couple of weeks you’ll be enjoying blue skies, warm sunshine, long evenings on the porch and weekend barbecues with your friends!No matter how lovely the weather is, however, work still goes on – and it’s important to make sure that w ... Read More
The Value of Practical Experience
Practical experience is a must-have for today’s job seekers. According to Brazen Life’s Huffington Post article titled “Why Gaining Work Experience Is More Important Than Your Education,” many colleges and universities report that students who have completed an internship or gained work experience during their studies have higher rates of getting hired. For example, at Iowa State University, of al ... Read More
Career Advancement for Remote Workers
Your office is a cozy corner of your living room with a great view of the park next door. Your favorite music is always playing in the background. And you share your office with your loveable five-year-old Labradoodle.Working from home can be a great way to maintain a good work-life balance. You don’t have to commute. You have more flexibility. And you feel less stressed than you did in the office ... Read More
Six Strategies for Career Changers
If you’ve spent the past years working in the oil and gas industry, then you’ve probably enjoyed a high salary and seemingly excellent occupational outlook.Unfortunately, plummeting oil prices have put an end to all of that. Over the course of 2015, the oil industry laid off more than 285,000 people worldwide. In Canada alone, the numbers were estimated at 40,000 direct jobs lost over the year. As ... Read More
Are You Missing Career Opportunities?
A senior position for which you qualify opens up in your department. Do you apply for it?A potential mentor is going to be attending a networking event. Do you make sure to be present?Your current job involves doing a lot of cutting edge work—so much, in fact, that it’s actually an entirely different position. Do you propose creating a new role to your employer?If you’ve answered, “Yes!” to any of ... Read More
Promotions: Marathon Over Sprint
Most of us have felt it: that thrill of excitement when a supervisor brings up the subject of promotions. It invariably triggers a period of being on your best behaviour – getting to work earlier than normal and staying later; triple-checking your work; and volunteering for otherwise undesirable assignments.Of course, this is a natural reaction. We’re inclined to work harder to attain a goal that’ ... Read More
Rebranding Yourself
Rebranding: companies do it, non-profits do it – even governments do it. But did you know that rebranding yourself could also be a smart career move?Think about it: you’re a different person now than when you just finished school. Even if you’re just a couple of years into your career, you’ve developed significantly since that first entry-level job. You have more experience, different priorities a ... Read More
Six Ways To Be More Efficient
Do you find your work piling up around you, despite your best efforts to stay on schedule? Assuming your supervisor isn’t overloading you and you’re not being asked to do work you’re not yet qualified to do, you might simply be suffering from a lack of efficiency. Since reducing your workload is likely not an option if you want to keep your job, you’re going to have to learn how to work more effic ... Read More
Good Manners Can Help Your Career
Holding open the door for a colleague.Sending a personal thank you email to a business stakeholder after a meeting.Turning off alerts on your phone when you’re at a business lunch.To some people, being polite is second nature. Other people, however, might not be aware that their behaviour could be more considerate. If you’re doing a good job, why should it matter whether you follow up when you sai ... Read More
The Power of Motivation
Do you know exactly why you want to advance your career?Is it because you want tenure? A promotion? A higher income? More influence? Opportunities to work on more interesting projects?Though you might have an idea of what you want your career trajectory to look like, knowing why you want it to look like that might not be quite as simple. In school and when you enter the workforce, you’ll probably ... Read More
10 Steps to Positioning Yourself as the Perfect Candidate for a Promotion
You’ve been in your current position for 18 months or so and you’re confident you’re capable of much more. Simply put: you want to get promoted. So what do you need to do in order to position yourself as the perfect candidate?Follow these ten steps to put yourself on the right track towards earning a promotion.1. Be authentic. Though it’s easy to fall into the habit of trying to be the person you ... Read More
Best Podcasts for Your Commute
What do you do when you’re driving to work?Do you blast your new playlist at maximum volume and sing along in your best karaoke voice? Or do you relish the quiet time to listen to the latest audio book in your favourite crime series?These are valid and no doubt satisfying ways to pass the time. But what if you could actually put your commute to work for your career?Here’s the good news: that’s abs ... Read More
References: Do’s and Don’ts
When you’re on the shortlist of candidates for a new job, your qualifications are usually very similar to those of the other applicants. Oftentimes, the key differentiator that decides who gets the job is which candidate is the best cultural and personality fit. The only way a hiring manager can find this out is by asking someone who has worked with you before.References are a crucial aspect of yo ... Read More
Dealing with the Office Gossip
Is there one colleague at work who always seems to have the latest scoop on everybody? Someone who, for some inexplicable reason, seems to always know the details of what’s going on in people’s lives, from your supervisor’s divorce to your IT person’s failed application for a promotion? Beware – you’re dealing with a dedicated office gossip. What’s more, a gossip needs an audience, so you’re deali ... Read More
Six Career Choices for Remote Workers
More and more people are working from home part or all of the time. Some are free agents who make their living working on assignments for a variety of employers, often juggling multiple gigs simultaneously. Others are virtual employees who are employed by a company but instead of going to an office, work from their homes.Though many of us think primarily of web developers, graphic designers, and c ... Read More
Tips for Working Moms
Welcoming your first baby into your life is an exciting yet stressful time, whether you’re the biological or adopted mother. There are a lot of things to enjoy and a lot of things to get used to, so for most new moms, the weeks of maternity fly by.It’s crucial for your baby’s health and well-being, as well as your own, that you properly prepare for going back to work. Leaving your baby in someone ... Read More
Making Your Co-worker's Job Easier
If your colleague is preparing a pitch for a company you researched last year, do you offer her your notes and resources? If a co-worker is struggling with an assignment, do you offer your help? If a colleague is racing to meet a hard deadline, do you bring him coffee and lunch so he can keep going?If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you’re already behaving in a way that can h ... Read More
How to Regain Confidence and Control
It can happen in a moment: you’re assigned a new task or project, maybe even a stretch assignment. You haven’t done anything like this before and you’re not confident you possess the knowledge or skills to do a good job. Suddenly you feel completely out of your depth.Feeling insecure about your ability to perform well is a problem many of us struggle with at some point in our careers. In order to ... Read More
Presenting Yourself in a Professional Manner
How you present yourself to your colleagues, supervisor and clients is crucial to how people perceive you, as well as to your career development.Your attire and accessories play an important role. In fact, according to a PR Newswire article titled “Survey Shows How Clothing Affects Promotion Prospects,” in 2013, 80 percent of executives believed that an employee’s style of dress somewhat or signif ... Read More
Tips for Improving Your Interpersonal Skills
Interpersonal skills form an integral part of your professional toolbox. From collaborating on a project with a colleague to liaising with an important external stakeholder, you need the confidence, empathy and communication skills to make the most of every interaction. Strong interpersonal skills will help you gain allies and simultaneously demonstrate to your supervisor that you’re capable of br ... Read More
Do’s and Don’ts of Job Interviews
Whether you’re a recent graduate applying for your first position or a mid-career professional looking to advance to the next level, job interviews can be nerve-wracking. So that you shine at your next in-person job interview, keep the following do’s and don’ts in mind:Don’t forget to research the company. A lack of knowledge about the company is a huge red flag for hiring managers. Make sure that ... Read More
Strategies for Staying Motivated
Even when you have every step, milestone and promotion mapped out, the reality is that career advancement doesn’t happen overnight. There will be times when you progress quite quickly but there may also be times when things slow down or when you simply don’t perform well enough to get ahead.Moments like these are crucial; if you become discouraged, chances are you’ll start to procrastinate. The tr ... Read More
Create Your Own Successful Career Path
It remains a mystery why so many people leave their own career success to others instead of going for the gold themselves. Many people watch co-workers move up the corporate ladder while they continue high-performance with neither recognition nor promotion.The cruel reality is that, unless you hire an agent who will promote you to others, you must create your own self-promotion strategy. Accept th ... Read More
Develop Valuable Workplace Relationships
Close, supportive workplace relationships are important to your career success. Many employees are unaware of this fact. They may think these relationships are wonderful for both professional and personal reasons, yet they still don’t understand the real value to their careers.The acceptance, support, and recognition you receive from peers, subordinates, and supervisors have a huge effect on your ... Read More
Define your Career Goals
The first step in achieving your career goals is setting and defining your goals. Begin by brainstorming. You can do this by yourself, with your spouse, a friend or with a career coach or consultant. To help you begin setting your career goals, answer the following questions:  •  Am I happy in my current career?  •  Am I really looking for a new career or just a new position?  •  Do I want to make ... Read More

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