Thinking you have the job based on qualifications isn’t enough as you must connect with the team. During the job interview process, your interpersonal skills need to shine. In this article, we are breaking down some of the bad habits that may be inhibiting you from getting a job offer. Don’t fret if you have some of these habits because we will explain the best way to handle them.
You’re in an interview and the interviewer asks you “what’s your biggest weakness”. How do you answer? In this article we are breaking down the formula on how you can ace the question without breaking a sweat.
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Working virtually can leave you feeling disconnected from your coworkers as it takes out primary time with other individuals that you initially would have. More than likely, you aren’t the only coworker that’s feeling distant. When you are not connected with your work team, your work can be disjointed and inefficient. To develop a connection with your team, you can take small steps to feel the camaraderie again. In this article we share six ways to positively build relationships virtually with your coworkers.
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Many people worked from home during the pandemic and now many are transitioning back to the office. To make the transition easier, companies are now using a hybrid work schedule. A hybrid work schedule includes working both from the office and at home during the workweek. The hybrid work schedule has agreed-upon days from the company with their employees to ensure productivity.
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.