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Interviews can be intimidating and for some, uncharted territory. Like any other professional skill, interviewing needs to be learned and developed. It takes time and commitment to become a proficient interviewee, and it is a constant process of learning about yourself and how you fit into each organizational context. Yes, there are some skills that you may only pick up from experience, but there are also ways in which you can set yourself up for success now. It’s all about preparation, as most of the work is done before the interview even begins! Here are 10 quick tips in helping you ace your interview and an article expanding on each.
Productivity in the workplace can be difficult to manage. We all strive to be more efficient employees that add value in our field of work, but how do we get there?
Is being a productive person a natural habit or is it a discipline that can be improved? While it might be easier for some, most of us have to stretch ourselves to develop productive habits that improve upon our productivity within the workplace.
I have always heard colleagues and friends speak to the importance of a good “work-life balance” but never paid too much attention. Because I am very active with both mental and physical exercises and enjoy a significant amount of time with my family; there was no need for me to listen. Yet, after a spike in my workload, I noticed my energy and motivational levels dip. And began to reconsider this concept as it applies to my life.