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A common interview question is “what is your management style?” There are many books and articles that enumerate a number of styles and argue one is the best but the fact that is each can be effective with certain types … Continue reading
Imagine writing an ad to sell your house and starting the ad with, “25-year old house”. You would never do that because then the potential buyer would want to know, “will I have to replace the roof? The siding? The … Continue reading
One of the most difficult things about a job search are the feelings of being overwhelmed; the months of frustration when so many, especially those you thought were friends, do not return your calls or emails; and the disbelief that … Continue reading
“Applicants with strong personal brands have an advantage in the recruiting process and have the potential of standing out in a crowded job market,” says Holly Paul, the national leader for recruiting at PricewaterhouseCoopers. As we move from a knowledge … Continue reading
Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, hit .406 in 1941. Each time he was at bat, he had both the knowledge that the odds of him getting a hit was only 4 out of 10, and he had the confidence he … Continue reading
Riju Parakh wasn’t even looking for a new job. But when a friend at Ernst & Young recommended her, Ms. Parakh’s résumé was quickly separated from the thousands the firm receives every week because she was referred by a current employee, … Continue reading
IF you are thinking of looking for a job this year, or are already searching for one, be warned: for some job seekers, the rules have changed. Technology and social media have altered the way some employers consider candidates. Simply … Continue reading
Imagine a teacher spends a week teaching high school students the proper way to provide footnotes on a research paper. On Friday she gives an assignment due Monday for each student to prepare a one-page research paper using original source … Continue reading
According to a recent survey, 91% of employers are using social networking sites to screen prospective employees. The largest number, 47%, look at social networking sites upon receiving an application. The sites they are most commonly using are: Facebook 76%, … Continue reading