Wondering how to manage that oh so difficult boss of yours? Here are 3 ways to manage professional conflict and not rage at work.
When you’re ready to make an impact on your job search, rumor has it you’ll need to dial up the hiring manager.
Now you have to make people like you during an interview? Sounds like it if you want to land a job offer.
When it comes to using tech for a job search are you prepared? Whether it’s a video interview, a Skype interview, or a text from a recruiter, do you know how to manage it all?
Phone etiquette is important in your job hunt. And, I’m guessing, that doesn’t come as a surprise. But knowing something and doing it are two different things. How are you engaging with hiring managers?
Interviewing isn’t easy. You prep for hours, cram your brain full of information about the company and hiring team and hope for the best.
Constantly patting yourself on the back at work isn’t cool. But, if you want to stand out, you’ll need to make it happen. A little arrogance goes a long way!
Being humble is admirable. Arrogantly celebrating your awesomeness is dumb. Being proud of your success is necessary. Where do you fall?
LinkedIn is an awesome resource, we all know that. But, relying on it too much can lead to diminished relationships and dead job leads.
“Fake It Till You Make It.” I’ve never liked that phrase because it basically says “be someone you aren’t until you become that person.”
Digging through your fear of public speaking probably seems a little bit different than you imagined. We’ve covered a lot in this series so far.
Public speaking. It doesn’t come naturally for everyone. If you’re one of those people, plug in while I show you how to put your fear of public speaking to rest once and for all! If you’re just joining the Mentor Happy articles, read the first post in this series: Want To Crush Public Speaking? Then, […]
Starbucks is both good and bad for me. I love that I can find one nearly anywhere and that Wi-Fi is predictable. However, I hate the prices.Looking at a weekly tab can be shocking! While there are both haters and lovers of Starbucks everywhere, and I’m sure both sides have justifiable reasons for the passionate […]
Sweating, thinking you’re going to die, you walk onstage, blindly fumble through your presentation. Feeling numb, you quickly read your lines.
There are so many different opinions on email and job searching. Should you send a handwritten thank you or email it? It is ok to text an employer or should you stick to email? Is it appropriate to check in with a potential
We’ve covered this question before, but it’s come up in recent conversation so we thought we’d address it again. Is swearing at work bad? Is it acceptable to have a potty mouth at the office? Should companies implement heavy-handed policies surrounding swearing or is that overkill? Are you considered a better leader when you swear or […]
I think there is something in the water. I know it’s summer and we’d all like to do anything but plug into our work, but lately, I have noticed a trend with people blowing off deadlines, meetings, and calls. From vendors to support services, I have run into a rash of , “sorry I forgot”, […]
Pursuing a dream job is exciting. You put so much time, energy and effort into the process that the further involved you get with a job hunt the further removed you get from your current 9 – 5. The thought of leaving your job and going to a new position consumes you