All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Professional Development’

8 Secret Traits of Successful Leaders

8 Secret Traits of Successful Leaders

I am so blessed to be surrounded by entrepreneurs – in all kinds of ventures, in all stages of development, doing all kinds of things. These people sustain me, support and encourage me, and also play the role of sounding board (which means they provide wisdom and insight I don’t always want to hear). Lately, […]

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What To Wear At Work – by T.M. Lewin

What To Wear At Work – by T.M. Lewin

A new year not only offers new opportunities personally, but professionally as well. Whether your New Year’s resolution is to secure employment, or to explore career mobility options, you can be sure that your style and appearance will play an important role in achieving your goals. To get the part, you have to look the part, and that’s […]

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Your Job Interview: 5 Things you should NOT do!

Your Job Interview: 5 Things you should NOT do!

What does your online life say about your character? That’s what Hiring Managers (HMs) want to know. Through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tinder, tumblr, blogs, Youtube and other social media, even emails and credit reporting agencies, employers are snooping into your online activities and getting to know you without your knowledge; blurring the public/privacy line.

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Can Your Digital Footprint Keep You Unemployed? – Pt. 3

Can Your Digital Footprint Keep You Unemployed? – Pt. 3

What does your online life say about your character? That’s what Hiring Managers (HMs) want to know. Through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tinder, tumblr, blogs, Youtube and other social media, even emails and credit reporting agencies, employers are snooping into your online activities and getting to know you without your knowledge; blurring the public/privacy line.

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Can Your Digital Footprint Keep You Unemployed? – Pt. 2

Can Your Digital Footprint Keep You Unemployed? – Pt. 2

What does your online life say about your character? That’s what Hiring Managers (HMs) want to know. Through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tinder, tumblr, blogs, Youtube and other social media, even emails and credit reporting agencies, employers are snooping into your online activities and getting to know you without your knowledge; blurring the public/privacy line.

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