Ideas for Your Professional Success
- Job Interview: 5 Questions You Should be Asking: to ensure a good match is in the making
- Under Promising and Over Delivering (UPOD): a key element for success
- S.O.S. – Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help: asking for help the right way is a sign of professional maturity
- Get LinkedIn – the premiere social networking site for professionals
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- Meeting Etiquette: During your first week at work, you will undoubtedly attend a number of meetings. Here’s some tips on how to conduct yourself and make the most of these meetings.
- How to Take Notes: Taking notes is a learnable skill. With mastery, you take take your meeting productivity to higher levels
- Mentoring for Success: A good mentor will do wonders for your career.
- Brown Bag Lunches and Other Learning Opportunities at Work: Pack your lunch and bring a notebook.
- Reliability in the Workplace: How to be an employee your colleagues and boss can rely on
- Do Your Homework at the Office
- Embrace the Process: There’s a reason why companies are productive day-after-day, and quality remains higher even when there’s turnover.
- PowerPointers to a Better Presentation
- Attending a Conference
- Power of Compounding Your Salary
Big Picture: Long-Range and Medium-Range Planning
- Setting Goals: As you build your career, give your life goals some thought. Lofty goals, bucket list goals, long-range goals, near-term goals, professional goals, personal life achievements, health-related goals, personal relationship goals, you name it. The first step is the list them. You can’t achieve goals that you have not set for yourself.
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