Thursday, March 29, 2012


As a job seeker, your resume is always your sales pitch, highlighting qualifications, experiences, skills and passion to your potential employer.


If presented with an application, fill it out neatly and completely. Do not use "See attached resume" as a response to questions.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012


Give your team the ability to share with you the matters where they need changes. Recognize those who suggest positive changes & encourage them.


Don't repeat information that appears on the resume, except in the briefest, introductory manner and don't send a resume without a cover letter.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Thank You

Once the interview is over, send a thank you letter to all individuals with whom you interviewed. Build your professional network at all times.


Evaluate your performance. Strategise and evaluate what you have done. Document what has worked and what has not and make adjustments as needed.

Thursday, March 22, 2012


The skills gained from your present job should not be wasted if you change your job. Find ways to re-use your existing skills in your new job.


Learn to be more productive & successful by working on tasks that are more important rather than the tasks which interest you.

Take Rest

For a healthy mindset at your workplace get enough rest and sleep, avoid over-committing yourself to the work at hand and resist perfectionism.

Do your best

To be successful at work, the most important lesson is to give your best effort to every job assigned to you no matter how trivial it may seem.

Friday, March 9, 2012


Be friendly & connect with colleagues from all departments. This way, they will be more willing to help you in case you encounter a problem


Maintain direct eye contact with the interviewer; this will show that you are confident in your abilities and that you have nothing to hide.