Boosting Your Confidence at Work

All high achievers have two attributes in common. The one you hear about is their self-confidence–the inner sense they can overcome challenges more often than not. What is often forgotten (or ignored) is that most people who ...
by DeAndra Harrison


How to Keep Work at Work

Over the last few years it has been more and more common for companies to deploy smart phones like Blackberries and iPhones to employees. Using smart phones in the work place absolutely can increase productivity and increase th...
by DeAndra Harrison


Job Search: Tweet This!

Les Brown is a top Motivational Speaker, Speech Coach, and Best-Selling Author who often proclaims “Your network will determine your net worth.”
by Joshlyn Ross



Four Resume Formats For The Young Professional

The purpose of a resume is to assist job-seekers in securing an interview. Therefore, it typically includes accomplishments, education, work/volunteer experiences and a combination of skills and strengths. Although most resumes...
by Joshlyn Ross


Experience or Education: Which One Lands You the Job?

Take this scenario: Bob and Joe are both applying for the same job. They each interview well, but Bob has 15 years’ experience and no college degree, and Joe is fresh out of college with no experience.
by Ronn Richardson

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How To Interview While Working a Full-time Job

Looking for a job while you currently have one can be tricky, especially depending on the industry and organization that you work in. Discretion is key as you do not want your current employer to get wind of your plans. Besides...
by Genel Ambrose



Benefits of Joining a Professional Association

Professional associations are the most forgotten and misunderstood career development tools.
by Joshlyn Ross


Can You Lead Without Communication Skills?

In a perfect world, all leaders would be trained in communication. Indisputably, communication is essential to good leadership. Without effective communication, one cannot lead.
by Joshlyn Ross


Understanding What Fonts to Use on Your Resume

Times, they are a’changin’. Actually, make that Times New Roman. What was once the default font of choice is now seen as lackluster, lazy, and difficult—three words we’re sure you wouldn’t put on your résumé. The fo...
by Socialtik Mag