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  • Learn how to prepare your responses to behavioral questions during an interview. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIS65

    What's "good behavior" in a behavioral job interview? - Expert Career Advice | Ladders

    By Michelle Kruse Most people know how important it is to be on their best behavior during job interviews. but a behavioral interview isn't just about a polished appearance and firm handshake. Often conducted as a follow-up to a traditional interview, a behavioral interview allows recruiters to assess your past performances and general demeanor as an indicator of your potential for success.

  • Where does work stress originate and how do you deal with it? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISjF

    Get to the Root of Work Stress : zen habits

    There isn't a working person among us who doesn't deal with stress - whether you're an entrepreneur, a freelancer, working for a struggling startup, or clocking in working for a company, work stress is inevitable. But where does this stress originate, and how do we deal with it?

  • You'll never be unprepared for an interview with this complete checklist. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIS2h

    The Ultimate Job Interview Checklist - Expert Career Advice | Ladders

    If you've been reading my articles on Ladders Career Chronicles, you know that I like to break down the job-search process into three phases: Prep, search and close. When you think about it, the interview process also has three important stages.

  • Productivity drops off sharply if employees enjoy too much influence over their colleagues. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISHt

    Can Networking at the Office Become Too Much of a Good Thing?

    Bottom Line: It's generally presumed that employees who accrue political power at work are higher performers. But those who schmooze a little less are actually the best at their jobs. In every office, some employees carry a little more sway than others.

  • Crafting an intelligent letter or e-mail to follow up after a job interview could be the tipping point that pushes you into the job candidate finalist category. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIS0v

    How Not to Follow Up After a Job Interview

    By Lisa Vaas If you can craft an intelligent letter or e-mail to follow up after a job interview, it could be the tipping point that pushes you into the job candidate finalist category.

  • It’s normal to feel nervous about giving a presentation to an influential audience, but just being brave enough to do it is an accomplishment. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISiK

    How to Successfully Present to a Higher-up at Work (Without Freaking Out)

    A business idea pops into your head. It's a good one-solid enough for you to summarize and run up the chain of command. A few weeks go by, and you nearly forgot about it-that is, until your manager informs you that you're on the agenda to present your idea- to the CEO.

  • Can fear cause you to miss out on opportunity? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISB0

    4 Secrets to Taking Career Risks-While Still Paying Your Rent

    "Take more risks!" is a common refrain these days. People of all ages are encouraged by their peers and employers alike to keep from staying stagnant-to mix it up, to try new things!-all in the name of spurring innovation, finding your passion, and making big things happen for your career.

  • Here are five times when you’re selling yourself short—as well as some advice you can use to stop doing it right this very minute. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIS5c

    5 Times You're Selling Yourself Short Without Even Realizing It

    Recently, I received a LinkedIn message from someone who had read some of my work here on The Muse. "I really enjoyed your article about quitting your job with no back-up plan," she said, "It was encouraging, insightful, and just what I needed to read right now. Thank you for sharing!"

  • Learn why you could have lost out on that open job position. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISa3

    8 Reasons You Are Getting Rejected

    Learn why you could have lost out on that open job position. [ TWEET] The job search process can be frustrating. You have your resume, online profiles, and cover letter ready to go. You're applying to positions and maybe you have even gotten an interview or two, but then comes the waiting game.

  • Sharing your gratitude for the people around you is a great way to help yourself, your career, your community, and your state of mind. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIqb4

    I Just Wanted to Say How Much I Appreciate the Work You're Doing

    Sharing your gratitude for the people around you is a great way to help yourself, your career , your community, and your state of mind. At the end of this newsletter, I'm going to ask you to send a quick 3-sentence thank you to somebody, right now, to share how much you appreciate something they did, or achieved, or toiled over.

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