Company and product branding is something we’re all familiar with. We can’t escape it whether we like it or not. But a growing and increasingly popular trend is the development of a personal brand to help with our career development.
Being called for an interview is often seen as as a nerve wracking experience but actually you should take heart from the fact that the potential employer is interested in your application and wants to discuss it more with you. So here are 5 tips to help you perform your best at the interview.
When you think of an interview, you often think about a potential employer sat in a room behind a desk, talking to prospective candidates about why they want to work there and why they should get the job. Although this view is true, there are many other types of interviews that exist and this blog will provide you with an insight into the different types of interviews that exist and what to expect from them.
In a previous post we looked at 5 key networking tips. Tip 4 encourages using multiple channels including online media to help with your networking goals, Linked In of course being one of the main platforms.
Networking is key to how we enter into and develop our careers. From gaining valuable work experience, to tapping into the ‘hidden jobs market’, to winning new business for ourselves or the organisations we work for, networking is a vital part of any career strategy and mustn’t be overlooked. Here are 5 key networking tips to help ensure you’re making the most of such a potentially powerful tool.