Friday, September 30, 2011

Interview Tips and Learning

  • Interview Tip: During the interview, think first, then formulate your response, letting the others know that you understand their message.

  • Learning is a never ending process. So, educate and train yourself in various areas. The more learned you are, the more helpful it will be.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Interview tips and Ask Questions

  • During the interview, do not get into salary details. Say that it depends on the job, and you would like to talk about it after a job offer.

  •  Do not worry about asking for help frequently in your new job. Nobody will think you are incompetent. You learn most by asking questions.

Professional Gathering and Changing Careers

  • In a professional gathering, the more relevant you can be, the more likely you are to get connected to people who may be able to help you.

  • While changing careers, find out if any specialized skills are required for your new career and also calculate the maximum growth prospects.

Resume skills and Time Management

  • Resume skills: As you compile statements for your resume, prioritize them by importance, impressiveness and relevance to the job you want.

  • To manage time smartly at your workplace, always clarify before beginning a task. Understand both your roles and those of your colleagues.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Panic and Attitude

  • The first thing is to be very disciplined in what you do and to plan very well. If you meet your daily targets there is no need to panic

  • Show your kindness and appreciation to everyone who is kind enough to help you out on the first few days of work or while learning a task.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Average work and Resume tweaks

  • Never hand in average work to your colleagues or supervisors. It will give an impression of not taking excellence at your job seriously.

  • Don't generalize about personal qualities or past job titles in your resume. Instead, give specifics about your skills and experience.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Career path and your profile

  • Choosing a career is a big decision. A decision that should involve more than thumbing through a book or newspaper and picking a job..

  • A professional profile sells your expertise to a potential employer, explaining why you are the best, and only, candidate for the job.

Deadlines and Expectations

  • Keep your work deadlines. If there is an issue you must inform your superiors of a possible delay in delivery. Do not spring surprises.

  • You are not expected to know everything in the first few weeks of your new job. Take time to ask questions, observe and learn everything.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Interview Tips and about meeting the Boss

  • When you tell your boss about a problem, ensure that you also give him alternate solutions along with pros and cons for each solution.

  • Do not show up too early as this may be an annoyance to an interviewer especially if the waiting  room space is limited.

Friday, September 2, 2011


  • Don't use the statement - "I have not done this before" as an excuse. Ask intelligent questions. Take up the challenge and surpass it.

  • Do not be afraid or too egoistic to ask for help if you do not know how to do a certain task. You will learn only when you seek help.