BE BETTER THAN THE REST – Quick Tip…

Be Curious, Always Ask Questions! Do You Want to be Promoted or Do Well at Work? Well, You Need to See the Big Picture. If You Can Only Speak to Your Position and or Your Department, You May Only be Seen as Fitting into that One Department. If You Want to Grow within a Corporation,

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Should You, or Shouldn’t You accept the Job?

You Got the Job, Congratulations. Before accepting, you should probably ask yourself a few questions first. 1. Is this what I want to do? Am I capable of doing this? 2. Will I be satisfied with this position? 3. Do I like the Boss and Co-workers? 4. How is the work-space? Would I enjoy working

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“TO DO” LIST BEFORE EVERY GREAT JOB SEARCH.

Before every great Job Search, you need to know what you’re looking for. Once you know what you’re looking for, now it’s time to stay FOCUSED. 1. Ask Yourself, What Do I Want to Do? – Specific job title or functional area 2. What is my Target Market? – Geography, size, industry 3. What is

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Afraid of Public Speaking, however the position you’re interested in requires it? Below are a few tips on how to overcome your fear of Public Speaking.

1. Focus on your breathing. You can tell when someone’s nervous based on how fast they’re breathing. When you breathe in a short, shallow, your body’s likely to enter a state of panic. Speak slowly & steadily. Don’t take small, quick breaths before you start to speak. Practice deep breathing for 10 minutes before your

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Dealing with References on Your Resume.

* Bring them on a Separate Sheet from Your Resume on Your 1st Interview. * Minimum 3 References. * Business &/or Professional volunteer. Avoid Personal. Using a Manager & a Peer are Great Choices. * Always inform Your References before submitting their names. * Inform your References if You have changed your surname. * Speak

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“RED FLAG” – Words Never to Say in an Interview.

1. Nervous – this lacks confidence. 2. ‘Money,’ ‘salary,’ ‘pay,’ ‘compensation,’ etc. – looks as though you are only there for a paycheque. 3. ‘Weaknesses’ or ‘mistakes’ -you lack confidence. 4. Need – you may potentially be high-maintenance or a challenge to work with. 5. ‘Perks’ or ‘benefits’ – looks as though you may be

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