Monthly Archive for July, 2020

: July, 2020

Are you busy or productive?

Being productive sets your career in motion, but people often confuse being busy with productivity. Regardless if you are working from home or at the office, no matter how busy you are, the truth is you will be judged on your effectiveness. Emails that go unanswered and calls left to be returned are usually placed

Virtual interview: Be aware of the hidden cost of non-verbal communication

One of the most important aspects to your career is linked to your communication skills. Regardless if you have an interview in person or through an online portal, your body language will affect your job opportunities. Hiring managers will be the first to admit that non-verbal cues create an instant perception and speak volumes without

These five steps will make your resume look amazing

Resumes are not dead, rather they have evolved over time to fulfill numerous needs during your career. The irony with resumes is that they can be your best friend in opening doors of interest from employers, or close them shut if poorly designed. Of all your marketing tools, your resume plays a significant part in

Be aware of how anxiety affects your job search skills

Job searching is often like blazing a new trail, by looking for new opportunities, starting a new business or reinventing yourself. While change can be a fresh start full of enthusiasm, it also shares the shadowy side of anxiety that, if left unchecked, can slow down your search. Here are some recent comments made from

This is a good time to rebrand your career

The job market is experiencing a major adjustment to the ups and downs of a new norm that was unimaginable just a few months ago. Business will bounce back in a new way, but it will call for preparation on your part in looking for new career opportunities. One of the best career strategies is