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“When Responding to Negative Feedback” – WSJ
No one likes getting criticism. But it can be a chance to show off a rare skill: taking negative feedback well. It is a skill that requires practice, humility and a sizable dose of self-awareness. But the ability to learn from criticism fuels creativity at work, studies show… Continue Reading
“10 Body Language TricksTo Power Up Your Career in 2016” – Forbes
Body language can be your greatest career asset. Here are ten simple and powerful tips to help you have a super successful 2016: 1) To make a great first impression, begin before you enter the room. In business interactions, first impressions are crucial. Once someone mentally labels you as “likeable” or “untrustworthy, ”powerful” or “ineffectual,” everything else you do will be viewed through that filter. If someone likes you, she’ll look for the best… Continue Reading
“Sheryl Sandberg’s Advice to Her Younger Self” – Inc.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg may seem like she’s always had it all figured out, but that doesn’t mean she wouldn’t have some words of wisdom to share with her younger self given the opportunity. Sandberg shared those words Tuesday during a Quora Q&A in which she also opened up about her personal life and an early speed bump in her partnership with Mark Zuckerberg… Continue Reading
“Where Millennials Go For Career Advice” – Inc.
I’ve watched, (and been a part of), the conversation around Millennials in the workplace for the last six months. It’s a hot topic – and for good reason. Companies are struggling to understand and embrace the youngest members of our workforce. At the same time, recent Millennial grads have a 26% rate of unemployment, and that number gets bigger if you factor in… Continue Reading
“4 Ways To Make Sure Your Resume Doesn’t Get Trashed Immediately” – Careerealism
Recruiters and hiring managers are skimmers. They look for keywords in your resume that resonate with them and the position they are hiring for. If they see something they don’t like, your resume will be thrown out without thinking twice. Here are some expert tips to make sure that doesn’t happen… Continue Reading
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