Steph Bester, Group CEO of The Unlimited, shares his CEO journey with us. We ask: What don’t leadership or management books teach about being a CEO? What does it take to be a CEO? What do you want to say to that Future CEO who is listening right now? …and more. Make sure to listen
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.
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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.
This routine takes seven minutes each morning before you start work. Will you follow it? It only takes seven minutes to change how you approach your day. Using the routine described below when you get to work will make a world of difference in your productivity, your attitude, your success, and your health. It’s like
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LinkedIn Influencer, Bernard Marr, published this post originally on LinkedIn. There’s plenty advice out there to rehearse what you’re going to say in a job interview: research questions the interviewer might ask, practice your answers, come up with salient questions of your own… But what about rehearsing what you’re not going to say? I put together a
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.