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23 Feb
2015

Shahd Kandiel

Search Consultant

3 Reasons Why You MUST Update Your Work Wardrobe

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Ariella Coombs   Does your work wardrobe need an update? Well, if you want to make any big career moves, you might want to consider it.   You might love that 10-year-old blouse or those pants you can barely squeeze into, but unfortunately, those pieces aren’t doing you any favors for your career.   According to Lois Joy Johnson in her book, The Wardrobe Wakeup, it’s extremely important to stay on top of style trends.   “Like it or not, it’s a younger working world,” writes

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22 Feb
2015

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Best Advice: Intentions Mean Nothing Without Actions

How many times do you hear people say, "I was intending on helping but..." or "I'm sorry, my intentions were to get that report finished." It drives me insane when people make excuses for others by saying that their intentions were good. If we received awards on intentions simply being good, most of us would have been in the same arena as Mother Teresa! The #bestadvice I received from an old boss of mine was that intentions mean nothing without actions! This man would drop lots of great nuggets but this one really hit home for me. It places the accountability right w

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19 Feb
2015

Nariman Maher

Associate Director

Addressing Salary Requirements In Cover Letter

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Jessica Holbrook Hernandez   Job advertisements sometimes ask you to specify salary requirements when submitting your cover letter. If a job posting requires you to address salary requirements in cover letter or resume form, not all is lost.   But, many job seekers feel uncomfortable revealing their desired salary before they’ve even scheduled an interview. If you’re one of those people, don’t worry—there are some ways to comply with the employer’s request while avoiding having t

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19 Feb
2015

mariam ejjiar

associate consultant

20 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Accepting A New Job

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Chrissy Scivicque   Woo-hoo! You got a job offer. Way to go! But before you accept the new job, I recommend taking a few minutes to really evaluate the position and how well it meets your needs. Before accepting a new job, you need to make sure this is the right position for you.   You see, when searching for a job, many people get anxious. The process is so slow and stressful; they end up accepting the first decent offer that comes along without ever really considering if they’re making the right move at th

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19 Feb
2015

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

3 Qualities That Make Servers Great Networkers

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Sarah Thibodeau   There are skills and behaviors that we learn and enhance through our life experiences. What life experience do you bring to the table in order to be successful in networking?   A job that many have had is being a server in a restaurant. However, few recognize its value. Servers utilize many skills that are used by successful networkers. Let’s focus on three qualities that make servers great networkers:   1. They Listen There are five stages of listening: receiving, understanding, rememb

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19 Feb
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

5 Reasons Why Team Brainstorm Sessions Rock

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Sarah Thibodeau   In life, the things that mean the most are the things you work hard for. If something is just given to you, yes it’s great, but if you work for it you get the feeling of success. That feeling is what makes CAREEREALISM a great place to work.   Finishing a project, getting a compliment from your co-worker, or even getting a promotion is the feeling of pure success. This feeling should give you a little jump in your step and excite you to excel more in your career. At CAREEREALISM, everybody in our off

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19 Feb
2015

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

#1 Job Search Mistake (You Could Be Making It Right Now!)

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Dawn Rasmussen   Day in and day out, I get e-mails from prospective clients in need of resume assistance, which I welcome as a service provider in this area. But a lot of times, after I get this message, I have to start an elaborate dance with them because they have put their job search in complete jeopardy.   What’s that, you say?   It’s true. Call it comfort. Call it laziness. Call it being too busy or tired to work on looking for a new job when they get home, but many people continue (astoundi

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17 Feb
2015

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

4 Reasons Why Hiring Managers Will Love To Meet You

Hiring managers are your potential bosses or superiors and they are not from the human resource department (Unless it's a HR Position). They are the ones who will decide if you are the right fit for the role that they are hiring into his or her team. For example, if you are interested in the sales manager position in a technology MNC, your hiring manager could be the Sales Director, Head of Business Development or VP of Sales. It can also be the Founder, CEO or Managing Director of a startup who is looking for the right hand person to grow the company. I have shared earlier in my posts

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17 Feb
2015

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

An Entrepreneur's Guide to Social Media Marketing

The most buzzing trend in the corporate world these days is entrepreneurship. With so many success stories of the young and old, we have not seen a period in time when everything seemed possible (and can be monetized!). Start-ups, which allow you to book the nearest taxi, or invite the person nearest to you for a date, now pop up like mushrooms left and right. Many food and clothing stores, which were previously limited to brick-and-mortar stores are now flourishing thanks to e-commerce. Selling is not only easier – advertising and promotions have become more convenient and cheaper to

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17 Feb
2015

Aarushi Singhal

Search Consultant

3 cultural stereotypes that limit us!

Last weekend I was asked to give an empowering workshop on leadership to a number of women who have just come from Egypt. I prepared a few points around the differences between a woman's role in Egypt vs. Australia, the differences between the limited pathways a woman can take in Egypt vs. the endless realm of opportunities in this amazing sun burnt country! I was excited to make these women look forward to the luscious green pastures that lie ahead of them. I decided to make this into a discussion as there were only a handful of women present. Soon enough however, the conversation was

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