Habits That Will Make You a Leader in the Office

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You don’t have to be in a top management position to be a leader at work. It’s not your job title that defines leadership; it’s the commitment to creating positive change in yourself and others. Core Qualities of a Leader A leader is someone who influences others to do more, be more, and give more…. Read more »

How Can You Increase Your Earning Potential?

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Whether it’s moving up at your current company or finding a new opportunity elsewhere, you should be utilizing your skills where they are appreciated the most. This means optimizing your earning power. To increase your worth in the job marketplace, you need a well-planned strategy that will successfully take you to the next step. Here… Read more »

It’s a New Year: How Do You Start Your New Career Right?

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Time flies! Before you know it, that New Year’s resolution to find a new and better – make that, the right job for you – will get away from you. Unless you start now … whether your goal this year is to find a new job, or you’ve already landed one and you want to… Read more »

Current Interview Tips You May Not Have Seen Before

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With the New Year underway, you may be sprucing up your resume and LinkedIn profile, networking, or even starting the application process for a new job in 2018. Great start! But, what do you do when you get that all-important call, notifying you that you’ve been selected for an interview? Make sure you’re well prepared,… Read more »

How Can You Get Your Career going After It’s Stalled?

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It happens to even the best performers. The time comes when you feel stalled and unfulfilled … stuck in your job, passed over for raises, promotions or plum assignments, or on a stale professional plateau. This is not a nice place to be – and it won’t go away by itself. You have to continue… Read more »

Are You Positioning Yourself as an Obvious Candidate?

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Whether you’ve just landed your dream interview or you’re looking to prepare for it, there are some important tips to keep in mind. Your goal will be to stand out from the competition, so a potential employer quickly realizes that you’re the most obvious fit for the job. Leverage Your Interview Rarely, if ever, is… Read more »

What are some of the Best Careers to Jump into This Year?

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Exciting new career doors are opening this year in a number of fields, as technological, engineering, interactive and logistics opportunities abound. It’s a great time to be in the job market if your passion lies in: Engineering Employees in the hottest engineering roles are vastly knowledgeable about their trades and highly skilled at what they… Read more »

What’s Your Game Plan When It Comes to A Job Search?

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The Falcons never take to the football field without a game plan. Yes, pure talent plays a part, but good preparation is one of the key factors to their long track record of success. If you want to land a job this year you too, must be prepared. A good job search game plan helps… Read more »

Who I Am? What Should You Know About Yourself When Looking For A New Job?

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Job searches are long, they require a great deal of patience, humility and above all, work. If you are starting a job search, it’s tempting to dive in with both feet just to get the process moving, but it is important to know where it is you want to go and what it is you… Read more »

The Three C’s of Selling Yourself in an Interview

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When you think about it, a job interview is actually a sales call. You are presenting the benefits of a product (yourself) to a potential buyer (the employer). As you prepare for your next interview, focus on building the three C’s of selling yourself. C #1: Confident It is human nature to make snap judgments… Read more »