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(StatePoint) Looking to get ahead in your career? Whether your goal is to raise your own level of performance, enhance customer engagement, or become a more effective leader, it all starts with bringing out the best in your co-workers, and in yourself, too.One of the primary keys to success is learning to identify the fundamental characteristics of your co-workers, and developing strategies to work with each type of boss, co-worker or client you come across, says Kim Christfort, national managing director of Deloitte’s US Greenhouse Experience and co-author of the new book, “Business Chemistry: Practical Magic for Crafting Powerful Work Relationships.”Co-written with Suzanne Vickberg, lead researcher of Business Chemistry at the Deloitte Greenhouse Experience, “Business Chemistry” identifies the four most common types of people you will work with in your career: • “Pioneers” who value possibilities and spark energy and imagination. … [Read more...] about How to Build Better Relationships to Advance Your Career
News by Press Association 19/05/2018, 8:02 am FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter “What’s a computer?” It’s the loaded question casually thrown by a young girl at the end of a recent iPad Pro TV advert, but it is also a valid point about the uses and types of devices available now. Twenty years ago this month Apple turned desktop computing on its head by launching the iMac – an all-in-one machine designed to make computing playful, capitalise on the internet age and make desktops more like a consumer electronic device than a traditional PC. “Sorry, no beige,” Jeff Goldblum declared in the advert. If you look around your home or go computer shopping, it’s not the colour differences that stand out but the form factors. Computers don’t really look like computers any more – and even the familiar can mask something very different. Tablets behave more like laptops, … [Read more...] about As the gap between tablets and laptops narrows, what exactly is a computer?
(StatePoint) Have you been applying for jobs and sending your resume out at every opportunity only to be met with total silence? The jobs are out there and you know you are capable, so, what’s the problem?“Remember, your resume is an advertisement of yourself, and if it is flawed, you are seen as flawed.” says Michael McAuliffe, president of Family Credit Management. “The objective is to make you look as good as you can on paper while being honest.”Perfecting Your Resume Sixty-one percent of recruiters will automatically dismiss a resume because it contains typos, according to CareerBuilder. Start by combing over every line, eliminating typos, inconsistencies, spacing issues and other errors. At some point, put your resume aside and return to it a bit later with a fresh pair of eyes or even ask a trusted friend or family member to take a look at it as well.Be sure your resume is in the right format for your industry. Some industries favor a straightforward … [Read more...] about Tips to Create a Resume That Lands You Interviews