When you’re focusing on your career, it’s natural to seek comfort from people who are encouraging and helpful. Whether you are a job seeker, aspiring leader, or you’re putting the focus on your professional development, secure the support of different people who can “stand in your corner.”
Like a hug, expressing appreciation typically feels good to both giver and receiver. In addition to making someone else’s day, showing gratitude packs a powerful punch of other benefits. Check out our suggestions for ways to say “thank you”.
When I reached out to Victoria to let her know we’d be publishing her letter, she replied with a couple of other ideas she wanted to share. I invite you all to try out these two suggestions and see how things shift in your job search.
Join Idealist Careers for a fun, dynamic personal branding webinar next week, presented by Courtney…
Before being a mom, I’d never thought that spending so much time on the playground could help my career.
Yeah, we know. Networking is one of the best ways to find a job. But what if you’re out and about, meeting and greeting, and still don’t have a job to show for it?
Even if your friends can’t give you insider information on an organization you admire, consider the following ways that they can give your job search a boost.
When job seekers identify what they have to offer, they open up a less draining, more personal way to network: through giving.
What if we thought of networking as a way to meet people with whom we share mutual interests and aspirations?
There are better ways to introduce people.