A disorganized individual spends more of their day trying to figure out where they are and what they should be doing, and never get around to actually doing anything at all.
Disparing remarks about another’s work, shortcuts, not documenting the work done… these are just a couple of the ways you can ensure your reputation isn’t a good one.
It’s quite simple really: if you want people to talk about how effective, smart, reliable, efficient, trustworthy you are, then BE effective, smart, reliable, efficient, and trustworthy.
“Workaholics” often think they are getting more done by going to work sick, cutting back on sleep, and not going to annual check-ups with their doctor, but in reality they are severely impacting their performance, both today and in the future.
Many job candidates are not as prepared to ask interviewers questions as they are to ANSWER questions. The questions you ask a hiring manager are very important and weigh heavily in their ultimate decision on whom to hire. And asking the right questions will help you know more about the company and position you are applying […]