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Everyone has a bad day once In a while, but a job or career that goes off the rails is a different problem. No matter what the cause, a job or career mistake can usually be corrected with the right approach. It takes some thought, determination and the right attitude to come out ahead. [Read the full story …]
Interview questions can be tricky and sometimes responding to them can be difficult. The simplest answer to a question is usually the best. Complexity can get you into a tangle of conflicting replies. Here are a few confounding questions with some alternate answers: TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF – Be ready for this one! Provide [Read the full story …]
How can something so simple to outline be so complex in reality. Making career steps happen involve such things as: Family considerations, compensation issues, relocations, functional skill to develop, job content to master, responsibility expansion, moving from individual contributor to manager, department head then executive, and many others. Here are some of the considerations: [Read the full story …]
A career error can be costly in time, money and opportunity. Making a major career decision for the wrong reason can set you way off course and affect your ultimate goal. Here are a few of the deadly career mistakes to avoid. 1. Becoming too comfortable – Change is difficult, but necessary. When your job, [Read the full story …]
If you find yourself in a difficult situation, don’t panic. Smart workers will have a compelling resume and strategy prepared in file and ready to go. If you don’t have a plan, then develop one now. You can’t predict the future, but you can plan for change. The primary questions that you need to [Read the full story …]