Ever feel like your company is too young and too small to be swimming with the big fish? David Taitz, co-founder of Hubble, proves the opposite to be true. Join this #FutureCEOs conversation as we learn from David and discover how he managed to position his start-up company in such a way that even a
Are you looking to start something new? Do you need to get your foot in the door somewhere? Perhaps you’re trying to work for a company you’ve always admired or loved? This brilliant 2min conversation will help!
Join the #FutureCEOs team in studio as Prof Lauren Graham reveals the realities of youth unemployment – the causes, their impact, and some potential remedies. They also discuss how organisations, CSI departments, and others putting efforts into reducing this problem can be more effective.
Ironing a dress shirt is one of those things most people don’t know how to do right. No one wants to walk into a meeting looking rumpled. Here are some tips for properly using your iron on a dress shirt. (Thanks to Art of Manliness, which has great advice on this subject and other men’s
Most hiring managers use the job interview to determine whether you’re the most qualified candidate, and if you’d fit in. Others use that time to see how well you think on your feet, or if you’re capable of multitasking. And as it turns out, some even use the job interview to test your storytelling abilities.
One brave founder shares the things she’d wished she’d known before starting up. Sometimes the best gift others can give us is their mistakes and misconceptions. We’re all hesitant to share our screw-ups and embarrassing moments, but if we can bring ourselves to be honest about what we failed to understand, we can help others avoid
Despite the fact that hiring managers now ask for a variety of application materials, resumes are still an extremely important part of the process. And because they’re so important, people usually feel the need to use old-fashioned, stilted, and even cliché language when writing them.
Can you imagine walking into your boss’s office and going, “Hey, so I’ve been thinking. I’d like to be closer to my family, so I’m going to work from home from now on. See you at the Christmas party!” Yeah, no. That would be met with at least an eyeroll and a “Sure you are.