Unfortunately, making mistakes is a normal occurrence at work – especially for young careerists just learning their way around. And those mistakes sometimes have a negative impact on our careers – and even our well-being.
But hidden in the frustration of making mistakes are career-defining moments…
Almost all of us will make mistakes at some point during our career. When that happens, what’s more important is what you do next.
Making mistakes on the job can be a jarring experience, but there’s a lot you can gain from your errors. You might even come back stronger and more knowledgeable than before. By putting a cleanup and prevention plan into play after the fact, you’re likely to move past this bump in the road.
Here are six tips for coming back stronger after screwing up at work:
For the most part, your resume is the first impression you give to employers – you don’t want to give the impression that you’re careless, lazy or obsessed.
A single resume faux pas can instantly turn off a recruiter, and, in some cases, creep them out a bit.
We asked employers what was the absolute worst resume mistake they’ve come across. These are our six favorite. Laugh … and learn:
You’re starting your career as an entrepreneur – congratulations. Now, look with both eyes toward the horizon; toward those inevitable achievements and conquests, and scream: “I’ll be the next Facebook!”
As a future entrepreneur, however, you’re going to make some mistakes; some critical mistakes. You’ll have some setbacks. You will fail at some of your endeavors. Sounds harsh… but get used to it…
A step-by-step How To guide to get rid of that internship (or for the smart ones out there- how to keep it!) based off the movie “How To Lose a Guy In 10 Days”.
Spoiler alert! They end up together at the end of the movie… and if you read this you’ll avoid getting canned at your new internship!