/Career Tips
4 01, 2015

Career Lessons from Steve Jobs

January 4th, 2015|

Steve could look at things differently and question why was it that way, he always believed in simplifying things and getting the past the usual no, which comes first. While developing I pod, he designed most of the applications to start working in three clicks, rather than making his customers go through the maze.

4 01, 2015

Career Lessons From Warren Buffet

January 4th, 2015|

Buffet says, “Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get. I won the ovarian lottery the day I was born and so did all of you. We’re all successful, intelligent, educated. To focus on what you don’t have is a terrible mistake. With the gifts all of us have, if you are unhappy, it’s your own fault.”

4 01, 2015

How to Find An Awesome Mentor

January 4th, 2015|

Whether you are a newbie or a pro in your profession, having a mentor will definitely help you to propel your career trajectory. A mentor is someone who “shows you the ropes ” and helps you in navigating the corporate maze without getting bruised or disheartened. Oprah Winfrey says, “ A mentor is someone who allows you to see the light inside yourself.”

4 01, 2015

Career Mistakes you need to avoid

January 4th, 2015|

Careers are fragile and small mistakes done repeatedly can chip away any edge that you have built painstakingly. Building a career is like running a marathon , where you need to be in the race for the longer haul and each step counts.

22 10, 2014

What is making you miss all the deadlines?

October 22nd, 2014|

Generating results and timely delivery of assignments are one of the two biggest factors that shape the career of an individual, the room for error is minimal and any shortfall is detrimental to the modern day career. As a member of the corporate clan you don’t work in a vacuum, your assignment is mostly a [...]

22 10, 2014

A Career Blooper Is Not “The End”

October 22nd, 2014|

Career bloopers can come in many colors, may be you have been passed over for a promotion, you have been moved out of the most prestigious project the company is working on, or you have been disciplined and it has been put on your personal file by HR. If you are facing a hard time [...]

26 04, 2014

What Do Millennials Want From Their Careers

April 26th, 2014|

Those born between the 1980’s and 2000 are considered Millennials, and they seem to have developed specific characteristics - from the way they live with parents, to structured lives, to contact with diverse people, to the way they want their work life to be. Important work characteristics of this emerging group include working with diverse [...]

16 04, 2014

6 Things Which Will Improve Your Peer Level Relationships.

April 16th, 2014|

Natural competition between work groups, driven by narrowly focused departmental goals and strengthened by reward systems that promote silos, make it tough for employees to develop good  peer level relationships. Career coaches and veteran CEOs alike understand and constantly stress on the importance of managing peer level relationships at work. In fact, this is one [...]

13 03, 2014

How To Create A Strong Online Brand For Yourself

March 13th, 2014|

Personal branding is all about creating your own reputation. It targets people who judge you by your online profile and on whom you want to make the best possible impression. With a good personal brand, potential clients or employers will recognize your name, your work and your professional and personal qualities. Everyone likes to be [...]

18 02, 2014

How To Succeed As A Freelance Web Designer

February 18th, 2014|

Freelancing in web designing is a dream for many professionals with an artistic bent, but this field isn’t just about the talent you have. Successful freelancing depends on your business savvy and ability to commit and deliver on time. Self-employment is a great thing, but many don’t choose it because of the financial and career-related [...]

15 11, 2013

How To Start A New Job

November 15th, 2013|

So you managed to land a job after a long struggle and many interviews. You are feeling over the moon and thanking your stars that the ordeal is over. Right? Not really. Don't beguile yourself into thinking that you are finally over the hump. Even after getting the job you wanted, you should be mindful [...]

7 10, 2013

How To Write A Good Cover Letter For Job Applications

October 7th, 2013|

Writing an effective cover letter for a job application is a key ingredient for potential success. A well-crafted cover letter makes a lot of difference to the attention that a resume will receive, even if it is short. Large companies receive hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of job applications every month, which means that not all [...]

25 09, 2013

Job Interview Tips To Make A Brilliant Impression

September 25th, 2013|

Here are some basic interview tips that will help you prepare for an excellent interview. After impressing your potential employer with your CV and cover letter, now comes the most difficult yet important part - learning how to face an interview. Be prepared Learn all the important information you need to know about the organisation you [...]

26 07, 2013

How To Be Happy In Life And Career – The Zen Way

July 26th, 2013|

Can you be happy in life and career at the same time; in today’s world it seems impossible, You are no different than others. Bronnie Ware an Australian nurse who spent several years caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives has heard numerous dying epiphanies and lists these as the top regrets from [...]

14 07, 2013

Five Leadership Tips for Women in Organizations

July 14th, 2013|

"Careers are a jungle gym, not a ladder," writes Sheryl Sandberg in her new book, "Lean In" which prompts women to take up leadership roles in corporate organizations. It is an acknowledged fact that women have to face unique challenges and struggles while developing a style of leadership at the workplace. For women who aspire [...]

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