The co-author of "Nine Lies About Work" explains why you shouldn't care which company you work for.
With that being said, the interview is a crucial time to leave zero doubt in an employer's mind about why you are the best
It is easy to forget that an organisation is set up to do more than just go about its regular activities to achieve set goals and complete its mission statement. But in truth, as we spend 1/3 of our day at work, it is important that we feel comfortable in our work environment and relaxed and motivated by our colleagues.
When you hear the word "culture," different things likely come to mind. You might think about art, food, or even the cultures of specific nations through the world.
Just as high employee engagement is a prerequisite for performance management to be effective, a strong company culture is
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Successful company cultures manifest seven distinct characteristics as well. These are company cultures that indicate growth and an upward dynamic, and they are typically characterized by a high level of teamwork and engagement.
Good fit is good for everyone, and everyone can find good fit somewhere. We have more information at our fingertips than seemed possible even a couple of decades ago - information to help us learn about ourselves, about the culture of the organizations we seek to work for, and how those two things fit together to lead to finding - or creating - the workplace that feels like coming home.
Networking isn't about how many business cards you collect. It's about how you cultivate relationships with your new contacts. Fostering real relationships is how you create a strong connection and get people interested in supporting your career goals.
Scott Mordell, CEO of YPO, notes the power of mentorship for leaders like Hirschhorn, something he has noted across his organization