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4 tips to help you answer “tell me about yourself” in an interview. The advice I give to all of my career coaching clients!
Have you ever thought whether you have chosen the wrong career? Meet Nicole, a recent graduate with a Computer Science degree, who after tireless effort has been presented with two job offers: one as a Software Engineer and the other as a Data Scientist. While software engineering provides her a sense of familiarity and a more defined career path, data science piques her interest due to the fast-paced growth in the field and her fascination with machine learning.
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Are you struggling to recognize the signs of a toxic boss? The daily grind can often blind us to the subtle indicators of an unhealthy leadership style. These signs might be affecting your productivity, mental health, and overall job satisfaction, yet pinpointing what is going wrong can be tough.
A toxic boss is a manager or leader who consistently engages in harmful behaviors such as bullying, manipulation, unfair treatment, and overstepping boundaries.
Public speaking is one of those skills that are used more times in your life than you might think. Your ability to speak to crowds large and small can serve you well, regardless of your career choice. Having goals for public speaking can ensure that you improve regularly.
Job hunting is not just about proving your ability to do the job; it’s also about building trust and establishing strong relationships with potential employers. According to research from Ernst & Young and Deloitte, employee recommendations account for nearly half of all hires. Additionally, referred candidates have a 40% better chance of being hired than other applicants who aren’t referred.