“Tell Me About Yourself.” How to Answer this Tough Interview Question

November 27th, 2015

“Tell me about yourself.” Don’t be surprised if this is the first question you’re asked in your next job interview. Hiring managers frequently lead with it, so they can learn which information you think is important to provide relative to the position on the table. Your response will set the tone for the rest of […]

Do This, Not That! Tips for Tailoring Your Resume

November 20th, 2015

In today’s market, a resume is useless unless it is written expressly for a specific job opportunity. Gone are the days of printing out multiple copies of one generic resume. From an employer’s perspective, anyone unwilling to invest time, effort and careful thought into their resume is probably also unwilling to make a sincere contribution […]

Accepted a New Job? Here’s How to (Professionally) Resign Your Current One

November 13th, 2015

Emotions can run high as you prepare to leave a job. You may want to vent your frustrations, celebrate, or simply fade into the horizon and start the next phase of your life. Just as people remember the first impression you made on your current company, they also will remember the last one. So keep […]

Team Cultivation: How it Impacts Your Recruiting and Retention

November 6th, 2015

The concept of team cultivation involves developing your future leaders by immersing them in a positive, collaborative environment that encourages learning and growth. It is based on the cross-functional sharing of talent across teams, where they continue to grow, as well as influence others.