Your handshake, posture, and eye contact are just as important, and arguably more important, during the job interview. Of course, nonverbal communication is vital in any conversation. Nonverbal communication typically includes tone of voice, appearance, and body language, but we’ll focus on the body language portion of nonverbal communication in this article.
Congratulations, you’ve made it towards the end of the interview process! Requests for professional references can scare many, but this article will show you why references are important, who you should ask and how you should ask those individuals.
Key Points: The use of the different social media platforms 10 effective ways to leverage social media Advice on how to stand-out It seems like just about everyone is on social media. There are 3.78 billion social media users in the world…
How do you make the most out of these meetings?
There are ways to have efficient meetings that all attendees should be aware of, and especially the host of the meeting. Following these steps in this week’s blog post will help give all of the attendees the initiative to move forward with the following deliverables and feel confident about the next steps.
You finished a job interview, and you’re feeling confident it was successful. Now what? The time after your interview is as vital as your impression in the interview. Read our latest blog to learn how these 8-steps can help you make a great impression!
Zoom meetings have increased significantly over the past year, as we are not only using Zoom for business but also to reconnect with loved ones. All of this screen time can lead to a new condition, Zoom fatigue. Yes, it’s a real thing. To help combat zoom fatigue, we’ve outlined six ways for self-care during your workday.
Interviews feel scary for a lot of people. It’s like we are auditioning for an upcoming hit movie and we want to land the lead part. In our latest blog, Kimberly Smith, Resiliency & Life Transition Coach, shares ways to maintain composure and an optimistic outlook when it comes to the interview process.
We’ve all seen those posts on Instagram about ‘Best Work from Home Practices” … But something that has been seriously lacking in the WFH media furor is what the heck to do when you start a brand-new job from your living room?! In this article, you will obtain tips on how to make your first days on your new *virtual* job a cakewalk!