Having a Strong Online Presence Can Help You Land a Dream Job—Here’s How to Get Yours Ready

By L’Oreal Thompson Payton

Gone are the days when applying for a new job entailed writing a cover letter, uploading your resume, hitting submit on the job application site, and hoping for the best. Today’s fast-paced, competitive job market requires …

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12 New Job Hunt Strategies That’ll Re-Energize Your Search

By Stacey Lastoe | The Muse

Weary job seekers, take heart: You probably haven’t come close to exhausting your search. Sure you’ve been diligent about going to networking events, spending hours each day working on cover letters and resumes, and applying …

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How to Answer “What Is Your Work Style?” in an Interview (Plus Examples!)

By Stav Ziv | The Muse

Some interview questions tell you exactly what they’re looking for. Others take a little more deciphering—“What is your work style?” is one of them.

You might have gotten questions like “What is your management style?” …

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How To Get Promoted At Work

By Shannon Cook | BusinessBecause | June 28, 2021

You’re an ambitious business leader and want to start taking on more responsibility, climb the career ranks, and land a higher salary. But where do you start?

Getting promoted at work is about …

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5 Powerful Ways to Take REAL Action on DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion)

By Center for Creative Leadership

People need new ways to think about and talk about diversity. Leaders need new skills to enable equity and inclusion in the workplace. And organizations need scalable ways to ensure that their diversity and inclusion …

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From startup to C-suite, how female leaders fight gender bias

By Meredith Somers | MIT Sloan Ideas Made to Matter | June 14, 2021

In June 2020 Ideas Made to Matter launched The Bias Cut, a women’s leadership series profiling the career paths and creative problem-solving of MIT Sloan alumnae. What we …

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Political Capital in the Workplace: What’s in your wallet?

By Noel Calhoun | LinkedIn

As my adventures in managing millennial and gen z technologists (what I call the luckiest generation) continues, I am compelled to share the wisdom that comes from being a pointy haired boss in a Dilbert cartoon. …

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Thinking About a Career Change? Here Are 6 Tips From Folks Who’ve Made a Switch

By Rebeca Piccardo | The Muse

If you’ve been thinking about a career change, first know this: It’s perfectly normal to get an itch to try something new. As your goals, priorities, and ambitions shift, so can what you’re looking for …

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51 Great Questions to Ask in an Interview

By The Muse

You probably already know that an interview isn’t just a chance for the hiring manager to grill you with interview questions—it’s your opportunity to sniff out whether a job is the right fit for you.

Which …

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4 Ways to Manage Your Career When You’re NOT Looking for a Job

By Tiffany Hardy | BlueSteps

The level of responsibility that goes hand in hand with an executive role can leave little time to think about personal career management. And when your greatest career advances have been thanks to your ability to …

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