Don’t be afraid to ask for help. People are usually happy to help if they can. You have nothing to lose by phoning or meeting with your contacts.
Most successful organizations today set up systems which empower leaders at all levels.
Wasting time on regrets and thinking about what might have been doesn’t do anything good for you at all. It simply erodes your enthusiasm and your ability to shine where you are.
Sometimes even the most positive and fair minded manager finds they need to criticize something.
While for many of us that can be liberating; for others it is very uncomfortable indeed. So here are some thoughts on how establish a routine.
You want to show a successful career progression that makes the next opportunity (the one you have just decided to apply for) look like a logical move! Making it look like a natural fit can put you ahead in the job’s market. It marks you out as the candidate they want.
What matters at interviews is that you really hear the question asked and that that is the one you answer.
Treating the team as something to be exploited to ensure your personal survival sounds pretty outrageous when put into words.
Even if it is very clear to you that you’re well suited for the job, it is up to you to make sure that you show how you have what they are looking. Make sure this is in very straight forward terms.
When you have to deal with someone who says one thing and does another, try this: