Whenever you ask for a letter of recommendation, I recommend you offer to provide the letter writer with a draft (it's even better if you've written the draft before you ask so that you can send it to them later that day).
If you were not around to defend yourself, what would someone say that you are known for? How would they describe your overall image? This is your personal brand - a statement that should linger long after you’ve left the room (in a good way).
Lean is the ability to identify areas of waste to improve efficiency, quality, and satisfaction, while reducing time, cost, and effort. The methodology seeks to remove process steps that do not add value to the overall goals of the operation while improving customer satisfaction.
Leading others is a difficult but worthwhile endeavor for anyone looking to move up the corporate ladder. But, how can you effectively collaborate and eventually lead colleagues who entered the workforce the same year that you were born? Start by managing your role as the youngest one in the office.
Despite what we’ve learned growing up, fear is not a bad thing. Why? It is obviously scary, terrifying, and all around awful, but it can motivate you to take action against potential threats to your comfort zone.
Discovering your personalcompetitive advantage will help you make calculated, strategic decisions while setting SMART goals for the next phase of your career. For young professionals, a competitive advantage can be tied to anything from presentation skills, personality, degree(s) obtained, and/or technical expertise.
A group of people who see your potential and believe in your goals can make or break a young professional. A board should consist of a mix of individuals who have your best interest at heart. Listed below are the 5 people you should have on your board.