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Series: Smart Answers for Tricky Interview Questions

How do you organize your work? The best tips for chaotic geniuses

Staying organized saves us time, and from extra stress – especially when an interviewer catches you off-guard in an interview, with the question: “How do you organize your work?” We’ll show you which answers can help you demonstrate your most efficient self. Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!


Gut-Based and Data-Driven Decisions – What to Trust and When?

It’s hard to argue with the numbers, but at this year’s Web Summit it felt like the days of unalloyed joy at being a data driven industry are in decline. Big Data’s promise is due for a reality check – namely the difficulty of making sensible decisions based on very complex micro-level user data. So, while…

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Finding Purpose in Work – Is It Time to Redefine Success?

Most Germans are satisfied with their work – at least 56 percent, according to a study by Ernst & Young. However, salary alone isn’t the only factor in job satisfaction. In inspecting a working world that’s becoming more and more complex all the time, the result is exhaustion and a blurring line between private and…

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4 Tips for Managing Your Remote Marketing Team

Remote working continues to grow as an alternative to traditional employment. Practically every type of organization, including startups and marketing teams embrace remote workers because of their ability to cut costs and increase productivity. Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

On Confidence: Tips on Self-Confidence from Hollywood's Brightest Stars
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Self-Confidence: Take These Tips from Hollywood’s Brightest Stars

The most exclusive members of Hollywood’s A-List are arguably the most photographed and filmed people in the whole world. Their market value is indisputably tied to their image – body language and proper posture are absolutely essential to their success. What kind of image would film heroes like Christian Bale and Ben Affleck have if they were…


A Slippery Slope – How Greed Leads to Destruction

“Greed is good,” said Gordon Gekko, played by Michael Douglas, in the 1988 film “Wall Street.” Twenty years later, the film’s sequel came to theaters. With two more decades of life experience and wisdom, Gekko said in the sequel that greed and its consequences are “weapons of mass destruction.” What came between these two huge…

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Tips For Dealing With Stage Fright – Delivering a Relaxed Presentation

The time to present your new project has come. Then it happens: Your palms get sweaty, your heart starts racing, your mouth is dry – you are anything but in control. You have stage fright – an unwelcome occurrence in anyone’s career. But did you know even top executives and famous actors suffer from it. Hugh Grant, Johnny Depp and…


Three Signs Your Interview Was a Success

A resume with all professional details lies on the table, all eyes are on the candidate, and finally the torrential downpour of interview questions comes to an end. Plenty of job seekers consider an interview to be an absolute horror. For some applicants, fear starts to kick in at the next step: the waiting period…

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Permanently Looking: Your Job Search in Modern Times

Social networks and mobile phones are assisting more and more professionals looking for a career change to discover new opportunities. Utilise these tips to move forward in your own job search. Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

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