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Leadership experience is a high priority for many new hires. This is especially true when employers seek to fill positions of authority.
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How to Highlight Leadership Experience on a Resume

Those who have developed their leadership skills tend to be more motivated. They are typically better at solving problems and more effective communicators. Leaders are more passionate about their careers than those who lack any experience in leadership.

Thus, most employers tend to make leadership experience a high priority in new hires. This is especially …

Remote work interviews require specialized people skills. Time to up your game as there are more remote opportunities today than ever before.
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4 Strategies for Acing a Remote Work Interview Without Stressing About It

Have you always wanted to work remotely? Sharpen up your remote work interview skills because there are more remote opportunities today than ever before.

Several years ago, it was the employees who sought out companies with flexible work arrangements, including working from home. Many employers were reluctant.

Today, out of necessity, employers now realize the …

Personal Branding

Why Be Concerned About Reference Checks

Reference checking is not standard. Smaller companies typically have neither the manpower nor the funds to do thorough reference checks, which could cost hundreds of dollars. Conversely, larger companies do reference checks but at varying levels of thoroughness. Different from the typical applicant’s concerns–which have to do with performance–companies typically do background checks for security …

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Career Coaches Can Transform Your Life In 3 Days

The expression “making a living” doesn’t even make sense!  How do you make a “living” working?

Professional career coaches set the record straight by distinguishing between living and working.

Definitions and meanings

Somehow, our ‘terminology” got really messed up.  There is a profound difference between making a living (how you live) and working at a …