Worklife Round-up for June 11th, 2018
This week we have articles on Goal Setting, Adaptive Leadership, Interview Questions and a few other posts that can really (and I mean really) help your careers.
Goal setting seems like a simple concept. You think about what you want to achieve, when you want to do it by, and how you’ll get to your desired outcome. But try to put these three steps into practice, and you’ll see just how messy it can get.
In a traditional business structure, actions and direction come from the top down. The CEO makes decisions, tells her direct reports, and the decision is filtered down to the people who do the work. This chain of command style of leading works just fine in an unchanging world or with an all-knowing CEO.
You landed the interview and you’ve prepped for every type of question you could be asked. All your bases are covered. You’ve been practicing for the expected “tell me about yourself” opener, you’ve carefully planned out how to discuss your achievements and successes and… you’ve even got an unexpected answer to the dreaded question, “what’s …
We asked experts from TopResume to make over the résumé of a mid-career professional The experts top-loaded the résumé, made it easier to read, and emphasized the worker’s experience You can take tips for your own résumé from the changes they made As an experienced talent acquisition professional, Lewis (not his real name) knew his résumé would be held to a higher caliber.
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