Currently Browsing: job search
While keeping your confidence up throughout your job search can be challenging, is also essential to your success! If you’re not feeling good about yourself, it’s likely that you will have more difficulty in presenting yourself as a strong candidate to an employer during your interview.
Years ago, in his research on learning and socialization, Edward Schein, now Professor Emeritus at the MIT Sloan School of Management, made an important distinction between two kinds of anxiety: “learning anxiety” and “survival anxiety.” It turns out these concepts, which he applied to organizational change and growth throughout the course of his career, can […]
Landing an out-of-state job requires you to make just as good a first impression as if you were applying and interviewing in the flesh. So how can you make a great impression from another city, state, or timezone? Here’s what worked for me: Share why you feel connected to the location In drafting cover letters, […]
One of the most frustrating parts of looking for a job is making it to the interview stage, but never quite moving on to the actual offer. You know you must be doing something right to get the interviews, but then why aren’t you getting the job? If this situation sounds familiar, take a break […]