One of the mantras I live by is “We are who we hang out with”. And if we can believe this to be true (for just one moment), then the logical follow-on question is: are you guilty by association or
Picture: Getty/Getty Images How to Choose a Weakness that doesn’t Blow your Chance of Getting the Job So how do you choose a weakness that doesn’t blow your chance of getting the job? That’s a good question, because, quite frankly,
Image: Getty/miljko Even though, quite often, yawning and eye rolls enter the room when the question of strengths and weaknesses comes up in interview training (not this old chestnut again! Is anyone really still asking this BS?), if it
How do you respond when the interviewer asks you: “Why do you want to work for us?” It pays off to be strategically prepared for the question, especially if the aim is to stand apart from those candidates who simply
When was the last time you observed the world with the same awe, wonder and playfulness that children do? As a child, the most exciting part of a birthday party was the treasure hunt. In groups
We all want to be the best we can be, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. We’ve found some expert advice from amazing business owners, on how you can work smarter, not harder, and how you can achieve your
Most people, when confronted with the term ‘self-love’, conjure up a picture of a narcissistic person, adoringly staring at their own image in the mirror. Others, at the sheer thought of it, start feeling either selfish or guilty or both.
Everyone has a thing. A thing they love. A thing they are good at. A thing they could talk about all day, and a thing that makes them smile. Some people paint. Some people sing. Some people play sports.
So, you’ve landed a job interview? Fantastic! Now’s the scary part; the actual interview. Interviews are a scary process because you’re walking in blind. There are a few ways you can master a job interview, and who knows, you may
A while back a very talented lady with a beautiful heart asked me to contribute to India’s Mentor Magazine… check out pp.22-25 for my piece on Emotional Intelligence in Educational Leadership. The question is: is it really necessary? Of course,