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7 powerful qualities introverts have that can get them noticed at work

Introverts are a great asset on a team. Mayur Kakade/Getty Images Jane Finkle has 25 years of experience as a career coach for universities and has run her own career  counseling firm since 2002. Introverts can sometimes feel overlooked in today's fast-paced virtual workplace, as they are less likely to speak up or want to stand out.  However, their shy and reserved nature can make them a great asset to balance their extroverted coworkers. Introverts excel at staying focused, offering empa...
Tags: Workplace, Advice, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, University of Pennsylvania, Coworkers, Career Advice, Extrovert, Introvert, Nordic, Jane, Nako, Contributor 2019, Original Contributor


Reasons Why You Need Security Awareness Training

As the world moves more towards utilizing digital technology in everyday life, people need to know how to use it safely. It is vital that anyone who is works with any sensitive data digitally gets the right kind of cybersecurity training and awareness.
Tags: Jobs, Cybersecurity, Career Advice


Avoiding Misconduct in The Workplace

We all want to do our best at work, and most employers genuinely want to see their employees succeed. However, employee misconduct does occur in every workplace to varying extents.
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, Misconduct In The Workplace


Best Attire to Wear to an Interview

Your resume and cover letter were impressive and exciting to this employer. How can you make a first impression that will maintain this aura of accomplishment and wow these employers? All you need to know about what to wear to an interview - Read on
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, Office Attire


Vitamins, Oprah, and the Importance of Taking Action Right Away

In this article Harrison discusses why it is important to take action right away. For most people it is much more fun and interesting to sit around and dream and think about how they are going to... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Job Search, Career Advice, Legal Profession, Legal Jobs, Harrison, Apply For A Job, Taking Action, Job Search Guru, How to Succeed, Job Search Industry, Course Of Action, Hard Drugs, Vitamins Oprah, Importance of Taking Action Right Away


A dean at Barnard College shares 3 things college graduates should do on their job search in the pandemic recession

A-J Aronstein is the dean of Beyond Barnard, a careers and advising program at Barnard College. A-J Aronstein A-J Aronstein is the dean of Beyond Barnard, a program that provides career and professional advising resources for students and alumnae of Barnard College. As college seniors prepare to graduate into an economic recession brought on by the pandemic, Aronstein says they should rethink their approach to networking and job hunting. Instead of searching for jobs solely online, ask you...
Tags: Networking, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Recession, United States, Job Search, Career Advice, Nordic, Nature Communications, Barnard, Barnard College, University of Chicago Read, Roblox, College Graduates, Aronstein


The Best Way to Prepare for a Job Search and Interviews

Everything you do is a form of preparation for your job interviews, as you are always under some form of scrutiny. The best employees can always spot other good employees, and you cannot “fake it”;... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Interviews, Careers, Employment, Job Market, High School, Job Search, Job Interviews, Career Advice, Law School, Law Firms, Employee, Job Search Guru, Legal Recruiter, Potential Employer, Finding a Job


Consciousness, Mindlessness and Your Career

Being unconscious of our surroundings causes us to miss out on many opportunities. We fail to notice many things immediately around us simply because we are not expecting them, and thus involuntarily... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Consciousness, Career Advice, Job Search Guru, Advancement, Inactive State Of Mind, Mindlessness, Trust Intuition


Emotions and Our Careers

Everyone tries to maintain a certain emotional state, and learning to control your own emotions will have a profound impact on your career. While everyone allows their emotional states to be... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Career Advice, Emotion, Getting Ahead, Staying Positive, Emotional States


5 Online Security Tips For Young Professionals While Job Hunting

The days of checking newspaper advertisements looking for suitable applicants and then making calls to potential employers are over. Today, every step of the job-hunting process can be completed online. These include searching for jobs, submitting applications along with updated resumes, and more. Nowadays, some companies are also conducting interviews online. Indeed, the process of looking for a suitable vacancy at top companies has become much less tiring thanks to online job portals. However...
Tags: Startups, Cybersecurity, Job Search, Vpn, Career Advice, Online Security, Others, Data Theft, Limit Your Social Media Interactions You, Conclusion Online


How To Find The Right Enneagram Training and Get Your Certification

If you are interested in becoming one of those professionals and being able to perform those personality tests or become a teacher, then you have to find an enneagram training program to teach you not only the basics, but everything about this system.
Tags: Jobs, Education, Training, Career Advice, Enneagram


Choose Your Negotiations Wisely

Everything is negotiable, and thus it is important that you choose your negotiations wisely. First, judge your negotiating environment and determine when you can and cannot negotiate; in many... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Job Market, Career Advice, Job Search Guru, The Role of Jobs in Today’s World, Negotiations Wisely, Process Of Negotiation


What Education is Required to Become a Real Estate Agent?

Entering the real estate profession appeals to lots of people, but it is not a job you can just walk into without any education or […]
Tags: Real Estate, Jobs, Career Advice, Real Estate Agent


It’s About Time Customers Remember The Name

Regardless of what business model you are a part of, you are going to need to make sure that you think about how to ensure that your company is memorable. If you fail to do this, then you are going to struggle to get the interest that you need on the market.
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, Business Advice


EC/VC And The Biglaw Tech Firm — An Overview By A Former Gunderson Associate [Sponsored]

Tech-focused firms have extremely cool work, clients, and cultures, and the sector in which they operate has been experiencing tremendous and consistent growth.
Tags: Technology, Law, Venture Capital, EC, Career Advice, Biglaw, Corporate, Gunderson, Sponsored Content, Job Searches, Transactional practice, Emerging Companies / Startups, Stephen Damato


Career Tests

You need to discover your core skill set or those most compelling gifts you have that make you stand out. Being able to identify your gifts will help you transform your life and your career. I have... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Career Advice, Legal Practice, Job Seekers, Career Choices, Job Sites, How to Succeed, Career Interest, Career Tests, Career Transformation, Current Job Requires, Job As A Tax Attorney


4 ways to revamp your professional networking strategy while working from home

Don't spend every day in huge virtual conferences — ask your connections to introduce you to someone specific. FreshSplash/Getty If you're finding it hard to network effectively during the pandemic, these tips can help you leverage your contacts and virtual resources.  Ask colleagues to introduce you to their professional friends, and reconnect with people in your network to discuss new experiences or challenges you're facing.  If you have to cold contact someone, make sure your introd...
Tags: Networking, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Job Search, Career Advice, Wall Street Journal, Job Hunt, Nordic, Don, Inc, Contributor, Networking Advice, Pandemic, Contributor 2019


Siddhartha – An Indian Tale

Hermann Hesse’s allegorical novel Siddhartha, written in a simple, yet powerful lyrical style, is a tremendously inspiring book, written in German in 1922. It deals with the spiritual journey of a... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Job Search, Career Advice, Legal Profession, Legal Jobs, Siddhartha, Apply For A Job, Hermann Hesse, Job Search Guru, Job Search Industry, Self Improvement Books, Inspiring Book, Siddharta


An Iron Will

Orison Swett Marden’s An Iron Will is an inspiring book that states that the primary difference between those who succeed and those who fail is whether or not they have will power. However, if... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Job Search, Career Advice, Legal Profession, Law Jobs, Apply For A Job, Legal Career, Job Blog, Attorney Jobs, Self Improvement Books, Orison Swett Marden, Swett Marden, Inspiring Book, An Iron Will, Centralizing Force


Can AI help us create a more diverse workforce or will it reinforce the status quo?

If you’ve applied for a job at a large company in the last few years, there’s a good chance that an algorithm sorted your resume before a human being even saw it. Companies that make AI hiring algorithms are out to disrupt recruiting and hiring by making it faster and easier to find the “right” candidate. But what does that mean for applicants who are a good fit but don’t “check all the boxes”? And what does it mean for women and people of color who are historically underrepresented in many ind...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Boston, US, Unilever, Artificial Intelligence, Clarke, Workplace Diversity, Career Advice, Harvard Business Review, Black, Ron Wyden, Reuters, Pacific Islanders, Cory Booker


Job Sites Online

Here is a list of job search sites to help you with whatever type of job search you may be doing: List of job search sites In addition, I’ve also added what I feel are some good job search... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Career Advice, Job Listings, Job Seekers, Finding a Job, Legal Recruiters, Career Postings, Find Job Sites, Job Sites For Accountants, Job Sites For Attorneys, Legal Sites, List Of Job Search Sites And How To Find Job Sites, List Of Job Sites, Yahoo Directory Job Sites


Government Bailouts, Groups and Your Career

In business, innovation comes from the freedom to operate; stagnation and failure result when a government attempts to legislate business. Limiting peoples’ ability to make a certain amount of money... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Selling, Automotive, Career Advice, Accounting, Insurance Companies, Salesman, Keeping a Job, Job Search Guru, Finding a Job, The Role of Jobs in Today’s World, Job Search Blog, Your Career, Advancement, American Economy


Is Your Business Throwing Money Away?

The reality of the modern business world is that the old say of "you've got to spend money to make money" really is true to a certain extent. Of course, it's very easy to take that too far.
Tags: Business, Jobs, Small Business, Career Advice


3 Innovative Ways To Promote Your Business In 2020

Whether you have just started your own business, or have been operating for several years, you can always find new ways to promote your products and services to a wider audience.
Tags: Business, Jobs, Career Advice, Promote you business


The CEO of New York's WNBA team gives her best advice for anyone who wants to take the next big step in their career

Keia Clarke, CEO of WNBA's The Liberty, shared her top career advice. The Liberty The CEO of the WNBA's The New York Liberty team, Keia Clarke shared her top career advice: Don't be afraid to apply for a job you're not 100% sure you're qualified for.  She said women need to hear this advice because they are less likely to apply for jobs for which they feel underqualified.  Indeed, LinkedIn research shows women are 16% less likely to apply to a job than men after looking at it. Women ar...
Tags: New York, Careers, Trends, Women in Leadership, Clarke, Career Advice, Harvard Business Review, WNBA, Coo, Don, Mohr, Tara Mohr, New York Liberty, Diversity and Inclusion, Career Advancement, Harvard Business


3 Inspiring Career Opportunities For Ex-Military Personnel

If you've recently retired from active duty, you might be wondering what you should do next in your life. Being a veteran can be difficult as you try to readjust to life outside of the military. This doesn’t mean that you cannot move forward with your life.
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, Career Opportunities


7 Underhanded Tactics Your Boss May Use to Manipulate Their Way

Some manipulative bosses might try to undermine you by trying to emphasize their perception that they are more intelligent than you. You have to be wary of manipulative bosses and call them out rather than let the issue get the better of you.
Tags: Jobs, Bosses, Career Advice, Manipulative


Want to Work In IT? 4 Ways to Make Yourself More Employable

If you want a career in the IT industry, you need to prove that you are the best of the candidates the company interviews, so here are four ways to make yourself more employable for your next interview. 
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, IT jobs


Change Management And Technology [Sponsored]

Please join us later this month for a free webinar that will provide invaluable insight and practical advice, aimed at in-house lawyers but useful to anyone interested in these important topics.
Tags: Technology, Law, Advice, Change Management, Career Advice, Webinars, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Lateral Link, Cadence Counsel, Olga V. Mack, Monique Burt Williams, Brittanie Chin-Merkerson, Julie Honor, Bill Kirst


4 Things You Can Do To Stop Covid-19 Harming Your Career

A lot of people are scared of the axe. With levels of unemployment at staggering heights - 7.9%, or almost 13 million people - you’re not alone if you’re anxious about the future.
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, COVID-19