The Golden Rule of Management
Who knew that the Golden Rule we learned during our younger years could apply in making yourself a more effective manager? Forget about all that you learned and heard from personal development books and articles and just go back to the basics: In a recent Forbes article, management expert Victor Lipman says, > One of the most fundamental things a manager can do to get others to work their hardest is easy: Treat others as you’d wish to be treated yourself. Interesting concept, right? However,
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How to Write a Resume That Gets You The Job
With the new year almost in sight, what are your career resolutions? [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/01/career-resolutions-new-year/] Here’s a suggestion: Update your resume. Author Amy Gallo outlines expert advice in making that good first impression with your CV [https://hbr.org/2014/12/how-to-write-a-resume-that-stands-out]: After all, it’s more than a resume; “it’s a marketing document,” says John Lees, a UK-based career strategist and author of Knockout CV. Heifetz agrees: “The hiri
The Right Way To Answer "What Is Your Greatest Weakness?" During A Job Interview
When it comes to job interviews, there are probably a handful of questions an applicant prepares for more than others. One of these could be, “What is your greatest weakness?” Does the prospect of hearing that question keep you up the night before your interview? Be honest. Perhaps you’ve heard of the tried and tested ways of answering – or skirting around – this dreaded question. Do not despair. We finally get some answers in this post, appropriately titled “The Right Way to Answer ‘What’s Y