What you say isn’t always perceived the way you intend. These are three examples of communication mishaps job seekers make.
Time is one of our most valuable commodities. As they say, time wasted is the one thing you can never get back.
Subsequently, time management and personal productivity have become some of the most essential life skills to master…
So… Um… Like, do you find yourself using, you know, too much verbal filler? We all do it sometimes, especially when we’re nervous. In fact, for most of us it takes a conscious effort to avoid it. But eliminating verbal filler from your speech patterns, particularly at work, can help you project confidence, instill trust, and sound professional.
Whether you’re the youngest, the least experienced, a new recruit, or all of the above, proving yourself can feel like an uphill challenge. The earlier you can prove yourself though, the sooner you’ll relax into the role and be able to perform to your best ability.
Here are a few tips on gaining professional respect…
The soft skills necessary to be successful change as the workplace evolves, and certainly as we embrace new technologies and methodologies. Learning these new skills and ways of doing things can help you remain at the top of any candidate pool.
But, what are the new soft skills you need to learn?