Interview Questions You Must Ask In many ways, moving ahead in our careers depends on our bosses: the people who can motivate us, advise us, challenge us, or — on the other hand — make our lives miserable. If you've never had a boss who made you miserable, consider yourself lucky. And if you want to wind up lucky in a new job, you need to know something about your would-be boss. That's why you should ask these three questions in your first or second interview to determine whether this is someone you’d want to work with: What words would you use to describe the people who report to you? What you want to hear: A quick answer with positive-sounding words like creative, smart, friendly, or talented. If you had a problem with something I did, how would you tell me? What you want to hear: A thoughtful answer spoken in a soft tone — something like, "I'd ask you to come into my office, explain why it was a problem, and ask why and how it happened. Mistakes happen, and they're often our best lessons for improving our skills.
Ten Choices You Will Regret in 10 Years “If only…” These two words paired together create one of the saddest phrases in the English language. Here are ten choices that ultimately lead to this phrase of regret, and how to elude them: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Credits: Marc and Angel via whydontyoutrythis.com The 10 Best Questions to Ask at a Job Interview Pangolins under threat in Gabon as demand surges in Asia Hunted for generations for its tasty meat, the scaly-skinned pangolin is under threat in Gabon as demand for the small mammal surges in Asia, where it is used in traditional medicine. "People hunt the pangolin like any other meat because the forest is often the only resource" for people in Gabon,…
45 Power Adverbs to Sprinkle in Your Resume Resume & CV Writing What adverbs will help your resume? Who knows. Well, we know actually and here’s the list. Use these adverbs to modify verbs when listing your skills and experience to make the text more engaging to the reader. AccuratelyActivelyAmbitiouslyAnalyticallyArtisticallyAssertivelyCompetentlyCompetitivelyConfidentlyConscientiouslyConsistentlyCooperativelyCourteouslyCreativelyDiligentlyEffectivelyEfficientlyEnergeticallyEnthusiasticallyImaginativelyIndependentlyIntellectuallyIntelligentlyLogicallyMeticulouslyPatientlyPerseveringlyPleasantlyPracticallyPreciselyProficientlyProgressivelyRationallyRealisticallyReliablyResourcefullyResponsiblySignificantlySteadilyStronglySubstantiallySuccessfullySupportivelyTechnicallyThoroughly Related: Key Action Words to Use in your Resume Image: Shutterstock Related Key Action Words to Use in your Resume The job of your resume is to get you an interview. February 12, 2010 In "Resume & CV Writing" A Checklist for the Perfect Resume June 13, 2015
I love shopping! | let's talk! So yes I did love shopping and spending my money with stuffs I loved. I’m a bit spendthrift I guess but I planning to save money for buying some other stuff. Just want to share some stuffs: 1) Flea marketSome unique items or antique items you can find here. This might be interesting place to find your vintage stuffs!. There some place I know around KL.Amcorp Mall (during Saturday & Sunday from 9am to 6pm)The Curve ( during Satuday & Sunday)Sunrise Compex, Mont Kiara ( Sunday from 10am to 6pm)More info: Malay MailAnother type of flea market: bunch of people who loves and share same interest-shopping sells their products either brand new, pre-love or secondhand. lots of accessories, vintage clothes and more available might interest you. 6) Fashion info/blogs Warning! Happy shopping though! Like this: Like Loading...
10 Killer Interview Tactics You Ought to Know Job interviews can be a mystery. But you can find success if you follow the right job interview strategies. The following 10 tips are the best job interview strategies to follow if you want to ace your next interview. 1. One of the best job interview strategies that most candidates ignore is to study the current events of the company. 2. As a candidate, you should be very familiar with your resume. Related: What You Ought to Know About Resume Writing 3. Many candidates don’t properly prepare for a job interview. 4. After landing an interview, you need to study the job description to truly understand what the interviewer is looking for. 5. You know the saying, “There’s never a second chance to make a first impression?” 6. Making positive eye contact is one of the best job interview strategies to follow. Thus, it is very important that you make eye contact when you first meet interviewer and shake hands. 7. Just as eye contact speaks volumes about you, so does your body language. 8. 9.
Ask the Headhunter: The Magic Resume Calculator Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979, and has answered over 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community over the past decade. In this special Making Sense edition of Ask The Headhunter, Nick shares insider advice and contrarian methods about winning and keeping the right job, on one condition: that you, dear Making Sense reader, send Nick your questions about your personal challenges with job hunting, interviewing, networking, resumes, job boards, or salary negotiations. No guarantees — just a promise to do his best to offer useful advice. Question: When you reply via email to a job ad, what is the preferred method of sending a cover letter and a resume? A formatted document, or plain text? Many don’t specify. Nick Corcodilos: First let’s use my Magic Resume Calculator to figure out how many resumes you should send out. How many resumes? I’m guessing 95 percent. Obvious, huh? How to format your resume Is the sender someone I know?
12 Things God Doesn't Want You Doing To Yourself. #4 Is A Mistake. #6 is Really Dangerous. Your life was transformed the moment you received Jesus. But it didn’t end there! God wants to continuously provide His favor, abundance and salvation to every area of your life. But in order to be open to receive, you’ll have to let go of the things holding you back. Here are some ideas to get you started: 1. Several reasons why you shouldn’t do this come to mind, but we’ll focus on just one today: It’s very hard to move forward when you’re carrying dead weight. Your past doesn’t exist anymore. 2. You’re not worthless. Salvation is a gift from God that we can only receive – it’s not earned or deserved. I love the amplified version of John 3:16 which says God prized, valued and loved you so much He gave Jesus in exchange for your freedom. 3. I think we’ve all been guilty of asking God for help in prayer and then going on as miserable as before we prayed. That’s praying with strings attached. So if you’re still holding on to it, can (or will) God take care of it? Let’s trust God! 4. 5. 6.
10 Psychological Techniques to Help You Get a New Job Get hired using the fruits of psychological research on interview technique. In a competitive marketplace it’s harder than ever to stand out from others at interview. You will have followed all the usual advice: researched the organisation beforehand, dressed professionally, arrived early, avoided vomiting on the interviewer and all the rest. Now you’re starting to talk, how can you impress them? Hiring decisions are made on more than just skills and experience. It’s also about gut feelings and instinctual reactions. 1. Schmoozing is good. In contrast blatant self-promotion was surprisingly ineffective. So, although employers often say that work experience and qualifications are the most important factors in choosing the right person for the job, this study begs to differ. 2. Interviewers often ask questions about how you dealt with difficult situations in the past. 3. Most of us talk to ourselves from time-to-time to aid performance in many areas of our lives. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Why you’re being treated like just another job applicant Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images. Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979, and has answered over 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community over the past decade. In this special Making Sense edition of Ask The Headhunter, Nick shares insider advice and contrarian methods about winning and keeping the right job, on one condition: that you, dear Making Sense reader, send Nick your questions about your personal challenges with job hunting, interviewing, networking, resumes, job boards, or salary negotiations. No guarantees — just a promise to do his best to offer useful advice. Question: What if a manager forces you to deal with the personnel department? My friend’s mom works at the company where I want to work. Nick Corcodilos: Last week we talked about “The biggest roadblock in the hiring process”: Human resources. You went to a lot of trouble to develop a good inside contact, but then you squandered it. How to Say It: My name is John Jones.
77 Soulmate Quotes | Create Joy for Life! Our gift to you…the biggest collection of soulmate sentiments on the internet! I love the idea of setting aside a special day to celebrate sweetness. Folks in Ohio and Pennsylvania celebrate Sweetest Day on the third Saturday in October. Some people complain it’s a purely commercial venture to sell cards, flower, candy, and boost business at pricey restaurants. But what if we just look at the ‘sweet’ part? In all the world, there is no heart for me like yours. A soulmate is someone who has locks that fit our keys, and keys to fit our locks. Our soulmate is someone who shares our deepest longings, our sense of direction. Real love stories never have endings. Love is a temporary madness, it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. “When will I meet him?” We recognize a soul mate by the supreme level of comfort and security we feel with that person. Soulmates tend to find each other during their respective pursuits of their soul missions. Grow old with me, the best is yet to be.
5 Things You Must Bring on Your Next Interview Interviewing is both daunting and nerve-wracking. Similar to a first date where you must make a good first impression or suffer the consequences of not getting asked out a second time, a job interview is a high-stakes courtship. The more prepared you are, the more likely you'll tame that bundle of nerves and exude confidence. Here are five job interview documents you should consider bringing with you: 1. 2. 3. As well, ensure you include the necessary reference information to make it easy for the reader: name, company, title, direct phone line (their preferred telephone number), and email address. 4. 5. You won't get a second chance at this first impression, so heightening your presentation at the interview is important. Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter is a Glassdoor career and workplace expert, chief career writer and partner with CareerTrend, and is one of only 28 Master Resume Writers (MRW) globally.
You're Probably Using LinkedIn Wrong -- And That Could Cost You Your Next Job It's time to start using LinkedIn a little more like Facebook or Twitter. The professional social network -- which many use as a virtual résumé -- works much better to help you find your next job if you post regularly to its newsfeed, according to experts. Nevertheless, a large portion of LinkedIn users fail to update their pages on a regular basis. A recent survey conducted by Pew Research Center found that only 13 percent of LinkedIn users engage with the site on a daily basis. Failing to regularly update your LinkedIn account is a "big mistake," and job recruiters notice, according to Jesse Siegal, senior managing director of the recruiting firm The ExecuSearch Group. "Posting to LinkedIn at least once a week is key," Siegal told The Huffington Post. Domini Clark, principal of executive and technical recruitment at Blackmere Consulting, echoed Siegal's advice, suggesting that frequent activity is a good way to "communicate without overselling." Close 1.