How To Improve Your Leadership Skills And Climb The Ladder

Career Realism

From Bonaparte to Branson, the history books are peppered with charismatic leaders. They're adept at overcoming adversity, prepared to laugh in the face of fear and they're not afraid to get their hands dirty.

How to answer teamwork interview questions

Cube Rules

Candidates often answer teamwork interview questions with “willing to work long hours” or “willing to help a person on my team” answers — and fail. Instead of answering with what you are willing to do for the team, answer with […].

2019 169

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How to Professionally Apologize for Virtually Anything

Ms. Career Girl

The chances are, you’re going to hold a variety of different jobs over the course of your professional life, and that means you’re going to end up apologizing to a lot of different people. You’re breaking out in a cold sweat just thinking about formally apologizing to someone.

2019 221

Here’s How To Start Taking The Work Out of Networking

Ms. Career Girl

But what if there was a way to make it much less so? What if there was a way to take the work out of networking? Cleaning the house, or having a daily fitness routine come to mind. Here are three ways to make networking easy, make networking work for you, and stop dreading it.

2018 209

How to Eliminate YOUR Gender Pay Gap

Ms. Career Girl

continues to stand at about 80%. Women have distinct financial risks that contribute to the pay gap. We work on average 12 less years than men and less hours, both to take care of family obligations. We undervalue ourselves and fail to negotiate what we are worth.

2018 204

How to Become a Life Coach

Ms. Career Girl

Over the course of 20 years or so, the coaching industry has evolved from a niche specialization to a mainstream career option, with over 50,000 coaches practicing worldwide. Step 1: Commit to Coaching. Once you’ve decided that coaching is for you, it’s time to get certified.

Six Reasons to Learn How to Sew

Ms. Career Girl

From occasional practitioners who consider it a hobby, to full fledged professionals who make a living from it, sewing captures the hearts of many. If you wanted to start sewing right now and you needed a motive to do so, what would it be? learn how to sew tips on sewing

2019 172

How To Overcome Your Interview Anxiety

Career Realism

You're familiar with the feeling: your palms start sweating, you start to shake and for some reason, your mind goes completely blank. Nerves can bring even the most professional candidate to their knees , impeding their chances of securing the job, even if they're the most qualified.

2019 81

4 Ways to Start Learning How to Cook

Ms. Career Girl

I know plenty of people who’ve made it to 25 and over without ever cooking a proper meal. Because in between cramming for a midterm and trying to eek our 10 pages for a term paper, learning how to cook doesn’t even make it onto the priority list.

2017 188

How to Map Out Your Future When Your Boss Is Evasive 

Ms. Career Girl

You wanted to work at this company forever, but now that you’ve finally succeeded and are settling in, matters with your boss feel murky. In fact, you’ve yet to detect a crack in her poker face. You’d really love to stay and move your way up in this company.

2019 246

How to Take Smart Risks

Ms. Career Girl

In the busy and ever-changing climate of today, it’s near enough impossible to achieve big success without taking some risks. Taking what are called “smart risks” is the best way to accelerate change and advance your career. Here are some tips as to how to take them.

2018 170

Not Getting Any Feedback at Work? Here’s How to Seek it Out

Ms. Career Girl

Are you the kind of girl who gives 110% to a work project? Or are you the kind of girl who needed additional resources to complete a project and wondered why your VP did not come to you with a recommendation of how she could provide the needed assistance?

2019 232

How to Make Your YouTube Channel Into a Financial Success

Ms. Career Girl

That is because, from how-tos to funny videos, serious advice to recipes, a video is often much more useful than just words and pictures. You don’t want your viewers to know what you watched, liked, and subscribe too. These are users who pay to watch YouTube ad-free.

2019 198

How To Be A Leader Who Influences, Inspires, and Motivates

Ms. Career Girl

She is a gun for hire, utilized by Ericsson, Europcar, Bosch, Siemens and Georg Fischer Automotive and other companies wanting to positively influence their mindset and culture. It leads to profound confidence in yourself and your ability to be okay, no matter what.”.

2018 236

How To Answer 7 Of The Most Common Interview Questions

Career Realism

Be ready to read between the lines. Here are seven of the most common interview questions , what the hiring manager is really asking, and how you should respond: "Tell Me About Yourself." How do your education, work history, and professional aspirations relate to this position?"

2019 81

How To Become A BadAss Successful Woman In Business

Ms. Career Girl

Picture this scenario, you have been sent to a conference to network and make connections, and while you are smiling and making polite conversation on the outside; on the inside, you are comparing yourself to everyone in the room. How to Define a Badass in Business.

2018 205

Bots, Bugs, and Bad Guys: How To Protect Yourself Online

Ms. Career Girl

Imagine this: You’re about to head off shopping. Before you go, you gather up all your personal information and visibly pin it to your clothing. More than ever, you must learn how to protect yourself online. The Basics: How To Protect Yourself Online.

2018 163

How to Take Smart Risks

Ms. Career Girl

In the busy and ever-changing climate of today, it’s near enough impossible to achieve big success without taking some risks. Taking what are called “smart risks” is the best way to accelerate change and advance your career. Here are some tips as to how to take them.

2018 153

Four Tips On How To Wind Down After Work

Ms. Career Girl

When our work takes up such a big chunk of our day to day lives it can be easy for it to consume every aspect of our week, but downtime is important too. Take a look at our tips on how to wind down after a long day to help you wake up refreshed and ready for anything the next morning.

2018 219

Memory Trouble? How to Remember Better

Ms. Career Girl

Over time it decimates productivity and in the wrong situation can potentially lead to disaster. While the ability to possess total recall may not be attainable for most, it’s safe to say that with a little adjustment to their daily routines, everyone can get better at remembering.

2018 130

5 Signs of Great Feedback—And How to Give More  

Ms. Career Girl

This continues to be an issue in 2018, according to a new study from Reflektive , which found that 94 percent of employees would like to receive feedback in real time. Another 74 percent agreed that they’d be more effective if they were privy to frequent feedback.

2019 176

Noisy Neighbors? How to Soundproof Your Apartment

Ms. Career Girl

How to Soundproof Your Apartment appeared first on Ms. But unless you want to make a huge investment (or try to convince your landlord it’s a good idea), you probably won’t be able to completely soundproof your humble abode. The post Noisy Neighbors?

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A – Z Guide of How to Get Noticed at Work

Catherines Career Corner

How do you shine and get noticed at work? To know how, explore the A – Z guide of how to get noticed at work. The post A – Z Guide of How to Get Noticed at Work appeared first on Catherine's Career Corner. How to Get Noticed at Work.

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Asking For A Raise Is Tough — Here’s How To Prepare For It

Ms. Career Girl

As a professional, it’s just something you have to become used to. Don’t succumb to the fallacy that your company hasn’t offered you a raise because they don’t think you deserve it. Women are 70% more likely to be very uncomfortable with it.

2018 164

How To Use Disagreements to Build Stronger Teams

Ms. Career Girl

Yet lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about an unexplored topic: how to get team members to disagree. It’s hard to know the line between sticking to your views and aligning with the team. I ensure people know it’s a safe environment to dissent and challenge.

2018 208

How To Fix A Broken Career

Career Realism

Are you unhappy in your career but don't even know where to begin to fix it In today's video Work It Daily's founder and head coach, J.T. O'Donnell To learn the 10 Rules To Career Success For FREE!

2019 73

7 Tips on How to Create a Job-Winning Resume

Ms. Career Girl

It’s not always easy to craft the perfect resume, though. How do I know if it’s good enough? Will the manager even bother to look it over? Your ultimate goal is to get an interview, but you must first focus your experience in a way that directly relates to the job you desire.

2017 163

How To Handle Yourself Around Mean Girls

Ms. Career Girl

The post How To Handle Yourself Around Mean Girls appeared first on Ms. How did you feel during and after the exchange? Did you make a mental note to come up with ideas on how to handle mean girls next time? How To Handle Yourself Around Mean Girls.

2016 164

How to Turn an Awesome Idea into a Business

Ms. Career Girl

The post How to Turn an Awesome Idea into a Business appeared first on Ms. That’s what my son said to me the first time he tried sparkling water. But the mission stayed the same: provide a healthy alternative to sugary drinks. Stick to it.

2017 240

How To Negotiate The Pay Raise You Deserve

Ms. Career Girl

While asking for a pay-rise may feel like a bold move, as a committed employee who is excelling in their role, it’s something that you’re perfectly entitled to do. The trick is knowing how to negotiate in a way that will communicate your value to the business.

2019 163

How to Know When You Have Outstayed a Job

Ms. Career Girl

Do you even know what direction you’d head in if you were to start looking for a new job? The “ifs” and “buts” are something everyone experiences when considering to look elsewhere. Here are a few ways, however, to determine whether moving jobs is a good move for you.

2018 186

How to deal with depression in December

Ms. Career Girl

The post How to deal with depression in December appeared first on Ms. According to the National Institute of Health , this time of year is known for a higher incidence of people struggling with depression. Often times we compare ourselves to other people.

2016 201

How to Overcome Career Setbacks

Career Alley

Getting your priorities straight is important when it comes to how you’re going to overcome a career setback. Sometimes, you have to think about your own well being before you start to consider your career.

2020 153

How to Get Out of a Rut

Jobacle

Wondering how to get out of a rut? It took dramatic changes to his personality to extricate himself from the rut, but Phil eventually moved on with his life and hence, his career. One of the most effective ways to change your routine is to ask for more responsibility.

2019 141

How to Ask for A Salary Raise – and Get It!

Ms. Career Girl

The post How to Ask for A Salary Raise – and Get It! Then it’s time to ask for a raise. Make no mistake, you have to ask. Most companies, most managers, won’t pay more than they have to. Remember to consider experience as well as title; your manager will too.

2017 164

How To Increase The Bottom Line In Your Small Business

Ms. Career Girl

It’s starting to feel more and more like a real business. And you’re optimistic that it will continue to grow. While that may be satisfying to your ego, you’re also doing it for the financial rewards. How do you increase the bottom line?

2018 198

Insurance Costs Too High? Here’s How To Lower Them

Ms. Career Girl

Providers consider the age of a home before deciding how much to charge for insurance. Older homes with ornate construction often cost more to insure than newer homes. The types of materials used to build a home can also affect insurance premiums.

When to Go with Your Gut – And How to Know When You Should Pause

Ms. Career Girl

Over the course of our life we have been taught to use logic above all else to make our decisions. To be able to show reasoning for why something is the right decision is still highly valued. Is there a benefit to using your intuition? So how can we go with our gut?

2018 202

HOW TO SURVIVE AND THRIVE DURING THE SUMMER AS A SINGLE PERSON

Ms. Career Girl

Summer can be one of the toughest times to be single. Right by Memorial Day Weekend how can you salvage your summer? Dr. Sanam Hafeez is a Neuropsychologist who also happens to be a single mom of two boys. It can lead to depression, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, and other destructive behaviors. Here she shares some ideas to socialize without a significant other during the dog days of summer. It really gives you a boost to give unconditionally.

2019 169

How to Quit a Job – The Ultimate Guide to Leaving a Company Gracefully

Jobacle

You are now reading the most comprehensive guide on the planet on How to Quit a Job. Our goal is to help you leave a job gracefully. How to Quit a Job: INTRO. That is why it is imperative to get it right. How to Write a Letter of Resignation.

2018 215

How To Get Your Resume Ignored

Ms. Career Girl

The post How To Get Your Resume Ignored appeared first on Ms. We’re going to look at how to create a resume that will get ignored. The objective, of course, is for you to see what doesn’t work.

2016 191

How to Avoid Bad Career Advice

Ms. Career Girl

The post How to Avoid Bad Career Advice appeared first on Ms. It seems like everyone has an opinion these days, especially when it comes to career advice. How do you know what advice you can trust? Here are six tips to avoid bad career advice.

2017 181

How To Stay Motivated When Working From Home

Ms. Career Girl

Those that get to regularly work from home usually see this privilege as a huge work perk. Most people love getting to work from their couch or cozy home office and getting to avoid a long and stressful commute. To those that work remotely occasionally, the benefits are obvious!