Posts Tagged ‘networking’

Not too long ago, we wrote about beginner networking skills. Just to refresh your memory (and, personally, mine needs refreshing about every five minutes), networking is all about building relationships and is a two-way street. With that in mind, how do we build our networking skills? Well, like anything else that’s a life skill, we […]

February 27, 2018

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Tags: best practices, networking

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Categories: Best Practices

In the past, we’ve written about appropriate body language for job interviews. Now let’s talk a little about body language for networking. First a reminder: over half of what we communicate comes from our body language, so it pays to think about this. Some of these tips will be similar to what we suggested for interviews, […]

We’re hearing from a number of December graduates, and we welcome you to the working world! As many colleges and universities have limited capacity for preparing their graduates for job search, we’re always happy to give advice for how to conduct an effective search. Here’s the best of what we know. Be clear what kind […]

This is a common question for us to hear, especially from job seekers. It’s a logical one, of course, especially if you’ve spent years being involved in professional associations, getting to know colleagues in your industry, and accumulating all sorts of acquaintances. Especially when you’re feeling urgent (“I NEED a job!”), it’s a normal instinct […]

Whether it’s fair or not, an employee referral is often the difference between getting your foot in the door of a company, or getting your resume thrown on the ‘ignore’ pile. The New York Times posted an article on Sunday about this shift in hiring, using several large companies as examples. Referral programs are nothing […]

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