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What’s The Best Way For A Manager To Interview For A Job

The best way to get the job that you are interviewing for Image Credit: Alan Cleaver When a manager goes interviewing for a job, they may find it odd to be on the other side of the interviewing table. We use our manager skills to do a lot of interviewing as a part of our job; however, when we go looking for our next job we need to know how to use our manager training to do so successfully. What’s the best way for a manager to get the job that they are interviewing for? The Right ...
Tags: Career, Careers, Opinions, Job Interview, Expectations, Views, Preferences, Authentic, Jim Anderson, Alan Cleaver, Approach, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building


The Great Capitulation: Here’s Why You’re Losing Too Many Good People

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Learning, Purpose, Growth, Art of Managing, Management Innovation, Career Reinvention, The Leadership Opportunity, Think Differently, Career Reinvent Framework, Great Resignation, Career Development Practices, Lousy Managers


Horoscope for the Week of October 18, 2021 - Retrograde Mercury Redirects

Retrograde Mercury in Libra redirects now, stabilizing our communication efforts and making us more persuasive again. Where do we need a little extra sparkle? Find it and shine.             (Beyonce has Mercury in Libra) Never miss your horoscope again -- free sign up here. Here is my favorite book on astrology and a "must" for anyone interested in learning more: Secrets from a Stargazer's Notebook: Making Astrology Work for You and here's a guide to the best books available this m...
Tags: Career, Beyonce, Leo, Horoscopes, Libra, Capricorn, Astrology, Lichtenstein, Madam Lichtenstein, Libra Never


What is the New Normal for Workers?

The following is another article by regular contributor, Kosmo. In March of 2020, COVID-19 started having a big impact on the United States.  More than eighteen months have passed and life still isn’t back to normal.  Many of us have been vaccinated, but millions have not.  The delta variant overwhelmed hospitals in many areas, and nobody knows whether another surge will hit us during the winter months.  Many of us know somehow who has died of COVID.  Most people know someone who is suffering fr...
Tags: Career, Marketing, United States, Kosmo


What Should Managers Look For In A Mentor?

Positivity may not be the most important factor Image Credit: Brian Ujiie In order to become better managers, we all realize that there are a number of ways to make this happen. We can go seek manager training and try to develop the manager skills that we know that we need. However, there is another way to go about becoming better: get a mentor. If you decide to go this route, right off the bat you’ll be faced with a difficult question: what should you look for in a mentor? Wha...
Tags: Career, Expertise, Careers, Experience, Mentor, Positive, Gruff, Jim Anderson, Cheerleader, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Brian Ujiie, Tough Talker, Underperforming


16 Simple Hairstyles for Work That Will Make You Look Professional

Here are the best hairstyles for a professional look!
Tags: Career, College, Hairstyles, Beauty & Hair, Workwear


Before You Take That New Job, Check Out Its Culture

Is that new job really going to be a good fit? Image Credit: Chris Devers As managers, we are often presented with opportunities to switch jobs. We may be presented with a new job that catches our attention and we may start to seriously start to think about switching employers. However, as attractive as a new job may appear, it might be in our own best interest to not rush into taking a new job. One of the big questions that we have to use our manager skills to answer before making...
Tags: Career, Careers, Job, Questions, Switching, Talk, Walk, Counts, Corporate Culture, Jim Anderson, Chris Devers, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Suitability


Podcast #743: How to Get Time, Priorities, and Energy Working in Your Favor

When you think of your assets, you probably think of your money. But you also have three other hugely important assets at your disposal too: your time, energy, and priorities. When you manage these assets poorly, you can feel overwhelmed and scattered and yet unproductive and unfulfilled. When you manage them well, things in your personal and professional life click, and you experience traction and satisfaction. How do you avoid the first situation and achieve the second? My guest today, Care...
Tags: Career, Podcast, Life, Daniel Pink, Carey, Carey Nieuwhof, Career & Wealth, Carey Nieuwhof Carey


Are You Investing in a Growth Experience or Entertainment for Your Team Members?

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Professional Development, Growth, Self-development, Art of Managing, Management Innovation, Emerging Leaders, Think Differently, Investing In Professional Development, Questions To Evaluate Professional Development


The Problem With Lying At Work

Lying at work can do a lot of damage Image Credit: Cat Branchman Life is complicated and, yes, there are times when it is inconvenient to tell the truth. It can be as simple as one of you friends asking if you like the outfit that they are wearing (you don’t) or your boss asking if that report will be done by the end of the day (it won’t). It can be very easy to “bend the edges” or tell white, gray, or even black lies when we are at work. Our manager training does not teach us how...
Tags: Career, Resume, Careers, Lying, Reference, Dishonesty, Contagious, Jim Anderson, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Get Ahead, Resume Padding


Here’s Why You Should Change Jobs, Not Careers

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Career Change, Self-development, Job Change, Career Reinvention, Culture Sensing, Reinventing in Place


Is Digital Marketing a Good Career Choice in 2021?

Are you struggling with choosing digital marketing as a career? Are you planning to start a career in digital marketing but aren’t sure if it’s the right path? Are you… Read more » The post Is Digital Marketing a Good Career Choice in 2021? appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Career, Business, Marketing, Management, Digital Marketing, Career Choice, Digital Marketing a Good Career Choice


Can You Make a Career Out of Forex Trading?

Many people wonder if making a career by trading Forex was possible. The short answer is yes, but you will need a great many skills to make a career out… Read more » The post Can You Make a Career Out of Forex Trading? appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Career, Business, Finance, Forex Trading


Podcast #737: College — What It Was, Is, and Should Be

Modern students are apt to see going to  college  as the way to earn a credential that will help them get a good job. But as Andrew Delbanco, Professor of American Studies at Columbia University, argues in his book  College : What It Was, Is, and Should Be, higher education was developed for a different purpose — one it should fight to maintain.    Today on the show, Andrew shares how he decided to write his book to understand more about the history, nature, and value of an institution w...
Tags: Career, Podcast, College, Life, Wikipedia, America, Harvard, Columbia University, Andrew, Andrew Delbanco, Career & Wealth, Andrew Delbanco Andrew, Columbia Listen


Is It Time To Quit?

What do managers need to think about before quitting? Image Credit: Erin Kelly Let’s face it: we’ve all been through a lot. Life may have been quite busy before, but then that pandemic thing happened and things just sorta went out of control no matter how good your manager skills are. Now that life is getting back to normal, it’s perfectly ok for you to be thinking about perhaps quitting your job and looking for a new one. Although this is an acceptable thought to be having, before yo...
Tags: Career, Careers, Job, Quit, Burnout, Reputation, Alternatives, Regrets, Erin Kelly, Fresh Start, Jim Anderson, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Turnover Shock


Think Differently About Professional Development Investments

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Budget, Training, Professional Development, Coaching, Self-development, Leading Change, Art of Managing, Think Differently, One-and-done Training, Professional Development Investments


Why Clients Call You Back

From concept to final product, a master manages and calculates every aspect of their craft. The environment, the expectations, the communication throughout. The catch is, the only tried and true way to master something is to gain experience doing it the wrong way. Learning the kinks in the road by experiencing them first hand, over and over again – communication breakdowns and vision misalignments with clients, deadlines, pressure, setbacks, mistakes, disasters – this is how you master your craf...
Tags: Career, Photography, Podcast, Failure, Clients, chasejarvisLIVE, Creative Gap


Mid-Week Career Caffeine—Overcoming Your Fear of Risk

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Tags: Career, Video, Leadership, Career Change, Self-development, Career Reinvention, Career Caffeine, Career Pivot, Mid-Week Career Caffeine Videos, Mid Week Career Caffeine


Dyslexia and a career with words

Being neurologically diverse can come with its challenges in the professional world, with businesses often overlooking those who think differently. Here, our Interim Head of Editorial, Sarah Hecks, discusses how companies can actively champion people with dyslexia by celebrating their differences. When people learn that I have dyslexia, they often think it’s a joke. I’m currently leading We Are Social’s editorial team in London and have been a journalist all of my working life. The irony is n...
Tags: Career, London, Writing, Seo, Diversity, Culture, Dyslexia, Editorial, Career Goals, Sarah Hecks


A 19-year-old fast food boss on $50,000 a year gives his 4 biggest takeaways from his first 7 months of management

Jason Cabrera, 19, told Insider his four biggest takeaways from his first seven months managing a restaurant. Zerb Mellish for Insider Jason Cabrera, 19, is the general manager of a Layne's Chicken Fingers in Texas, earning $50,000. He started out buttering toast for $9.25 an hour three years ago and now manages 22 people. Cabrera told Insider his four biggest takeaways from his first seven months in the job. See more stories on Insider's business page. A 19-year-old manager of a c...
Tags: Career, Texas, Careers, America, Trends, Management, Workers, Chicken, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Cabrera, Allen Texas, Layne, Labor Shortage, Weekend BI UK


Supporting Students Interested in a Career in the Performing Arts

It’s gratifying when a student lets you know that they are interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts. You have clearly made an impact on them, and they’re looking for assistance in taking the next steps. Here are some tips for teachers to help support their students as they begin their journey toward […]
Tags: Career, Arts, Support, Theatre, Teaching Drama


3 Tips for Starting a New Job Remotely

Post Views = 200In 2021 it is very possible that you will be starting your new position remotely. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, many companies have pivoted to remote work in order to keep employees and their families healthy and safe. However, what companies have realized is that most employees can […]
Tags: Career, Uncategorized, Innovation, New Job, Cool Tools & Tips


Financial Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re Thinking of Relocating

Wouldn’t it be a dream come true to be away living in some remote small-town while experiencing a different part of the world every few months? I work from home full time. And to be honest, everything from international travel to simply moving to a larger city has crossed my mind. If we didn’t have kids, I think I would definitely give the digital nomad life a go. A couple of days ago, my neighbor moved to Turkey for a two-year stint. And while I bet the job offer was extremely enticing to lur...
Tags: Career, Hong Kong, Japan, California, Marketing, US, Turkey, Connecticut, States, Southern California, Money Tips


Why You Should NOT Turn Your Passion Into a Job

“Turn your passion into a job, and the money will follow.” “Do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” These sayings sound nice, but unfortunately, they hold little truth for most people. Turning your favorite hobby into a money-maker might seem like a good plan – but it can be a horrible mistake. Here’s why: Your Passion Fizzles When It’s Work When you’re passionate about something, it’s easy to fantasize about doing it every day and watching the money roll in. It will brin...
Tags: Career, Marketing, Lifestyle, Make Money


Career Reinvention Journal™—Don’t Let Fear Keep You Locked in Misery

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Self-development, Career Reinvention, Career Reinvention Journal, Career Pivot, Career Reinvent Framework, Career Change and Fear, Career Risk, Mind Trash


Crafting the Perfect Cover Letter

Many resumes these days are read by bots that are looking for certain keywords and qualifications. There are things you can and should do to tailor your resume to these bots, but even in this modern high-tech world of hiring, you still need to think about an old fashioned document that will influence interview decisions after this initial round of sifting: the cover letter. If your first reaction to those words is “Ugh,” I get it. I haven’t had to write a “real” cover letter for about 8 years (...
Tags: Career, Life, Joseph Liu, Career & Wealth


Free Mini-Course/Webinar: How to Get Unstuck & Take Control of Your Career

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Career Development, Self-development, Career Reinvention


A McDonald's worker who started as a cleaner earning $1.28 an hour now owns franchise 20 restaurants - and plans to open more

McDonald's opened its first US restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, in 1955. Yaoinlove/Shutterstock A McDonald's worker who started out as a cleaner in 1981 now owns 20 franchise restaurants. Doug Wright went from a cleaner earning $1.28 an hour to restaurant manager within four years. He moved to an admin role in McDonald's regional HQ, and opened his first restaurant in 2002. See more stories on Insider's business page. Doug Wright started working at McDonald's as a c...
Tags: Career, Europe, UK, England, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Mcdonald's, Wages, Franchise, Wright, McDonald


A McDonald's worker who started as a cleaner earning $1.28 an hour now owns 20 franchise restaurants - and plans to open more

McDonald's opened its first US restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, in 1955. Yaoinlove/Shutterstock A McDonald's worker who started out as a cleaner in 1981 now owns 20 franchise restaurants. Doug Wright went from a cleaner earning $1.28 an hour to restaurant manager within four years. He moved to an admin role in McDonald's regional HQ, and opened his first restaurant in 2002. See more stories on Insider's business page. Doug Wright started working at McDonald's as a c...
Tags: Career, Europe, UK, England, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Mcdonald's, Wages, Franchise, Wright, McDonald


Career Reinvention Journal™—A Primer for Getting Started

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Networking, Exploration, Self-development, Self-discovery, Career Reinvention, Career Reinvention Journal, Think Differently, Career Pivot, Getting Started with Your Career Makeover