Email is one of those things that’s just a part of your life, period. Most of us know someone who has closed their Facebook account or refused to join in the first place in a little foot-stomping stand by their ego, and you might even know someone thrilled with themselves for not owning a smartphone.But […]
This post isn’t me giving you career advice really—it’s a framework that I think can help you make career decisions that actually reflect who you are, what you want, and what our rapidly changing career landscape looks like today. You’re not a pro at this, but you’re certainly more qualified to figure out what’s best […]
When you’re a kid, or in high school, or in college, you don’t really work too hard on your friend situation. Friends just happen. Once student life ends, the people in your life start to shake themselves into more distinct tiers. Something like this
What do you do when you’ve made a mistake at work? Do you tell your boss? Do you try to cover it up? Do you just quit and move to another country where no one knows you?
In this blog post, we’ll explore what it takes to be a fantastic decision maker. We’ll give you some tips and tricks and show you how to avoid common pitfalls. So, put on your thinking cap and let’s get started.
Because commiserating can sometimes be fun and informative, we interviewed a handful of engineers with CS degrees about what school didn’t prepare them for.
Most interviews begin with the prompt “Tell me about yourself,” which can often leave candidates stumped. Answer this question with ease with these actionable steps about your present, past, and future career goals.
Understanding what you want out of a new job is a prerequisite to joining the right startup. Before you apply for any new jobs, you need to figure out what your top priority in a new role is
Virtual teams are becoming increasingly more common as technology makes it easier for us to connect with people around the globe. And while there are some advantages to working with a team that’s not physically in the same place, there are also some unique challenges that come with managing conflict.
You need to understand how your management style can affect your team. If the boss isn’t the model team player, how can they expect the same of their team? Leading by example is one of the core responsibilities every leader needs.
The sooner your employees realize they have to work as a team, the better results they will accomplish. But how do you build a teamwork culture in today’s complex workplace?
Inter-departmental communication is all about different departments working together seamlessly to develop a service or a product that customers want. But a well-functioning team needs to have impeccable communication, respect, and vision.
Most people aren’t born with leadership skills; they must be earned through hard work and practice. You can lead your team in many different ways! In fact, a great leader often chooses to combine a couple of management styles, depending on the situation and need.
It’s crucial to treat your clients with respect, empathy, honesty, and fairness. These are only some of the reasons why they’ll want to do business with you. If you keep treating them this way, they will repay you with their loyalty.
Managers deal with a lot of responsibilities, and often this is a demanding position. But with a little bit of practice, managing a team can be a rewarding experience, no matter what industry you are in.
You are bound to meet at least one difficult teammate no matter where you work. This isn’t a new issue because we have had bad coworkers since the beginning of organized work.
“Do you have any questions for us?” says the interviewer . Oh! It’s not over, you realize. You’re expected to have some questions.Interviewers are not trying to put you on the spot. Neither are they just being polite. The truth is that you are interviewing the company as much as the company is interviewing you. […]
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