When that clock hits the end of your shift it’s time to take a relieved sigh as we take off from work and get some well deserved relaxing ME time. With the amount of time and effort we put into our work, nearly all day, it’s only right to get a respite. The few hours we will be spending should be fun, invigorating, calming and contribute to overall physical and mental health. This gets us
How to Regain Control of a Conversation or Presentation You are in the spotlight. You know your spiel and you know your speech. You’ve prepared what you have to say, and then suddenly out of nowhere someone interrupts and takes over, putting you on the sidelines. In casual conversations or in board meetings being interrupted is never a pleasant experience, but it happens again and again. There are many reasons for this: lack of awareness
You Should Leave Your Job If You Experience These 10 Signs So many employees do not know how miserable they are at work until someone points it out to them. If you are one of those who cannot sleep at night thinking about what to do next with your life despite having a good job, check out these 10 signs that say you have to move on. 1. Feeling of Dread When Going to Work.
Five Ways to Reduce Stress at Work In the novel Dune, the main character refers to fear as the mind killer. That’s all true if you live in a world of sand, spice, and intrigue. However, in a workplace setting, the real mind killer is stress. Stress can kill. You’re not spared even if you have a sedentary office job. According to stress.org, more than half of office workers end up with physical pain and
How to set goals When it comes to succeeding at anything in life, the first thing you need are clear goals. Goals give us something to aim and strive for – something to continually reach for. And, when we have reached our goals, we set new ones. Without goals, people drift through life aimlessly and never accomplish much. But how do you set them? Big or small goals The size of the goal you have
How to search for a job when you already have one People have often said that it is much easier to get a new job when you already have one, but it can be difficult to hide the fact you are looking for a new job from your current employers. But there are some easy ways that you can keep your job search of your boss’ radar and find a better job for yourself. Don’t
Office life can be a handful with tasks you have to do, the different situations you have to handle, the different people you have to deal with, and the things you keep misplacing. The good news is there are things you can do to make office life a whole lot easier. Clean Up the Smart Way Clutter gets in the way of work. If you don’t organize your workspace you end up looking for things
In this competitive market, a job-winning resume is essential to get the desired position. The resume acts as a company’s first impression of the candidate and determines whether the candidate gets invited for an interview. Below are ten tips to creating a job-winning resume. Short, clear, and concise It is a misconception that long resumes land interviews. In the busy corporate environment, no one has time to read a long resume. It is suggested that
Every boss says she wants her employees to be reliable and dependable. Every boss says she wants her employees to be proactive and diligent. Every boss says she wants her employees to be good leaders and good followers. That’s what every boss says they want… but what they really want are employees that go above and beyond, possessing qualities that never appear on performance appraisals but make a massive impact on a team and business.
You’re on top of the world feeling like you just answered every question with poise and professionalism, then the Interviewer says, “so, do you have any questions for me?” You may have had the perfect answers, but do you have the perfect questions for them in return? Here are ten great questions for candidates to ask interviewers that will aid in the perfect interview conclusion: If you were to hire me, what could I expect in