Networking is a key success factor for finding the right job. It begins with leaving a great impression. These tips will help you do that.
I’ve been working as a career coach with the undergrads at the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. During this time, I’ve helped them and I’ve also learned from them. These takeaways are indicators of success, which is why I share them with you here.
Are you unhappy with your current job, but not sure what to do next? Let’s make sure your next job isn’t the same… or worse! These 5 steps will help you start to figure out what a better job looks like for you.
If you want to find a job with a company that has the right culture for you, the questions you ask the hiring manager will be key. Here are some examples of what you might ask.
How can you tell whether the company you are interviewing with has the right culture for you? That will depend largely on what you are looking for. Here is a 2-step process to figure this out.
Most people want to find a job with a company whose culture enables them to do their best work. The big question here is: How do you figure that out?
Networking conversations have the opportunity to be powerful for you, so let’s spend a moment talking about how to do them well.
As you step out into the face-to-face networking world once again, keep this tip in mind. It will help your conversational partner feel heard and, in turn, help you leave a great impression.