45 Results for "communication skills"
3 Tips for Networking Event Success
It’s important to network if you want to advance your career, but networking—especially at networking events—can be anxiety-inducing and intimidating. So here's some advice that will help you get what you need out of your next networking event.
Interview Advice from Presidential Debates
These days, presidential debates are more like job interviews than debates. The downside of this is it can be hard to differentiate candidates' stances on the issues; the upside is debates can teach you lot about interviewing—including how to improve your interviewing skills.
3 Tips for Dealing with Your Crazy Full Inbox After a Vacation
One of the worst parts of vacation is dealing with the crazy number of new emails waiting for you when you return. To minimize the inbox pain when you're back in the office, here are three things you can do.
7 Resume Mistakes Grammar and Spell-Check Tools Often Miss
You can’t always rely on grammar and spell-check tools to pick up resume mistakes. Here are seven common errors that online applications might not catch.
5 Signs Your Boss Doesn't Like You on a Personal Level
It can be hard to spot the difference between a boss trying to do her job in a fair way and a boss who has a problem with you on a personal level. So here are some red flags that indicate your situation might be verging into the "personal problem" territory.
9 Trite Phrases to Stop Using in Work Emails (and What to Use Instead)
It’s hard to write original, authentic, and cordial work emails, but easy to use overused, insincere phrases. Here are nine trite phrases to eliminate from your emails—and why you need to cut them out.
7 Verbs Leaders Need on Their Resumes
According to HR professionals, here are the best leadership verbs to use on a resume and why including them will get you noticed.