Friday, July 29, 2011

Specifics and Goals

  • Emphasize how your specific experience and extensive knowledge of the company will make you the ideal person  for the job.

  • You should be very specific while setting short term and long term goals. Only then you can move towards that direction

Thursday, July 28, 2011


If you are enthusiastic about your job, the work load becomes easier and lighter. There is also more accuracy and speed.

Researching Trends and Owning up to one's mistakes

  • In your own time research the latest trends in your field. Keep yourself abreast of information/issues in your industry

  • Never try hiding mistakes that you have made at work.You will only be more embarrassed if somebody else discovers them. 

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Resume and Networking

  • In your resume, leave out personal data, photos, and unrelated hobbies, unless specifically asked for by the employer.

  • Meeting people who work in your prospective field can give you valuable insight into what life is like in that career

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Career choice & Official Email

  • Before you decide on a specific new career choice, do some research on the job so you know what you're getting into.

  • An official e-mail is a direct reflection of your capabilities and professionalism. Word it carefully and keep it formal

Monday, July 18, 2011

Email etiquette and Career planning

  • Your email alias, your subject line, and your content all have to be clear and appear appropriate to your recipient

  • Proper career planning can lead you to a successful career. Evaluate the skills required for your chosen profession

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Work Pressure and Management

  • If your boss has a difficult management style. It doesn't mean you have to take it, respond with professionalism.

  • You need to teach yourself to say "No" to certain request for work. This is a good way to reduce work pressure.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Meetings and Stress

  • In a meeting, maintain eye contact. Keep away all obstacles and distractions such as your phone or you watch.

  • Be alert while at work. If you have a crisis in your hands, be calm and composed. Avoid unnecessary drama at work.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Networking and Work Style

  • Your network of contacts will be most helpful when there is an opportunity. Grow your network

  • At your workplace do not put your personal problems or issues before work. Be a professional in your work style.