It is the key that you are honest with your mentor about every aspect of your career – your goals, aspirations, strengths and weaknesses. Set SMART goals; making them specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound in order for them to make a direct impact on your life. ... more
So, keep a log of your quantifiable accomplishments – that way you have concrete results to cite when you ask for a promotion. Also, record the skills you acquire and make sure to consistently update your resume to reflect them.
To better yourself, first be yourself. Find out what you want to change and improve on. Start small and start where you are. Work on it step by step. It’s all about the small changes that you do to improve yourself that will make you feel accomplished as 2018 goes by.
A professional person takes pride in his or her appearance, whether it’s your outfit or your desk. Try to look at your desk from an outsider’s perspective and think about what it says about you.
A cover letter is a one-page document that explains to the hiring manager why you are an ideal candidate for the job. It typically accompanies each resume you send out. Employers use cover letters as a way to screen applicants for available jobs and to determine which candidates they would like to interview.
In case you haven’t noticed, holiday season is already in full swing. So, if you find yourself running out of ideas on what to give your colleagues or boss this Christmas, you’re at luck because we’ve compiled this list of last-minute gifts for you.