Kickstart your career!
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Start off the New Year right – with a career advantage!

Top 10 Career Tips: Kickstart Your Career

Did you know that most career moves are initiated at the beginning of the year? As you are thinking of moving your career forward, companies are also using the start of the year for new strategic directions, and thus, new employees. January is the highest season for recruiters. Ensure you’re at the top of your…

Time to relax on the year end holiday
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8 tips to refresh during your year end break

The year is slowly but surely coming to an end even if the summer holiday feels like it happened just yesterday. Everyone is looking forward to the holiday period of the year. Holidays should allow for rest and free your mind. In the few days or several weeks we will finally once again have time for ourselves and do things that are so have far fallen on the wayside. But many do not make it actually succeed in turning off while on vacation.

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The most wonderful time of the year…

Holiday Etiquette in the Office

This is the soppy time of the year when you have the chance to let people in your life know how important they are to you: family, of course, friends, for sure and … office colleagues? Yes of course for networking and then the next senior position or promotion. OK, also so that you can breathe…

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Wearing a lampshade on your head is – excuse us – old hat. Violate your corporate policies in style this season.

5 Quick Ways to Ruin Your Career at the Annual Company Holiday Party

Is it already that time of year again? Time for the annual company holiday party? Some celebrate with a formal banquet, others with a sad buffet of frozen finger food. But alcohol is usually in full swing – and along with the open bar comes a wide array of opportunities for faux pas. Click on…

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How to evaluate your strengths & weaknesses for ultimate career success

Tips on Writing Self-Assessments for the End of the Year

As here self-assessment, also known as a self-appraisal or self-evaluation, gives employees the opportunity to share with their manager the work they have done since their last review, how they have performed on those tasks, areas they feel they can improve on, and what their supervisors can do to help them perform their job better….

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More than flat hierarchies, teamwork and innovative thinking …

The Modern CEO – Leading in the Digital Era

He wears Ray Ban sunglasses, and low-cut Chuck Taylors. No, not your younger brother – we’re talking about the modern CEO. Nowadays, when an employee has a lunch date with his company’s CEO, it isn’t about sitting nervously across from a grim old man in a pin-striped suit. The working world is approaching a large…

A manager's list of desired employee behavior
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How do you rank?

A Manager’s List of Desired Employee Behavior

If there are two candidates both equal in terms of experience, education, technical knowledge and past deliverable, how do you choose one among them? What key skills are found on the manager’s list of desired employee behavior? Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

Honesty in Job Interviews
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Would I lie to you?

Honesty in Job Interviews – How Much is Too Much?

In an attempt to impress recruiters, many applicants bring out their bag of tricks: “Weaknesses? Probably my perfectionism.” But when it comes to hiring for executive positions, HR managers wish for authenticity from their candidates, more than anything else. But what about the tougher questions? Questions about your plans for a family, or your reason for…

What type of negotiator are you?
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Be prepared while remaining authentic

Interview Questions for Senior Management Positions

“Tell me about a situation where you exceeded the expectations of your role.” This is a typical request during an interview for a leadership role and is a good indicator of what the focus of other questions will be. Nevertheless, though preparation for your interview is essential, you should refrain from memorizing rote answers to…

O'zapft is -drinking out with colleagues at the Oktoberfest
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What not to do when out drinking with colleagues at the Oktoberfest!

It’s that time of the year again. Munich gets about 6 million visitors every year on account of the largest beer fest the world witnesses (German beer rocks, because you bring out the statistics). Last year about 6.4 million visitors gulped down a neat 6.7 liters of beer. What began as a marriage invite party thrown out by the King Ludwig inviting the whole town, has become a great tourist attraction for the city of Munich year after year.

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