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How to Play Your Strengths in a Job Interview?

Job Interview

Interview / March 16, 2022

The most hurting comments a person can get from a recruiter are,  “Looks great on paper. Bad interviewer” Even when a person has all the qualifications that are required for a job, not being able to give a good job interview can kill all the charm. A candidate who is not able to answer questions […]



Focus on These Key Areas for Leadership Growth

leadership growth

Leadership / February 21, 2022

Leaders are a crucial part of any successful team. Some individuals are born leaders, whereas others have to acquire the skill of leading themselves. Leadership is a skill that needs to be constantly honed and improved. Leadership is not a skill that you can simply learn, but it is a skill that grows in you […]



10 Characteristics of Successful Women in Leadership

women in leadership

Leadership,Women and Leadership / February 10, 2022

Women have encountered a glass ceiling in a lot of aspects of their lives throughout history and even in the modern world today, especially in regards to their careers. Although progress is being made, we still see that women are outnumbered by men as we make our way up the corporate ladder. Awareness is being […]



5 Reasons Why PhDs Must Prepare Mentally For Economical Violability

Why PhDs must mentally prepare themselves


Most people not only just say but also believe that a doctoral degree will prepare them for everything, from academics to economic issues. However, the statement might not be entirely accurate. Some issues will arise during and after completing your PhD, and you must mentally prepare yourself for such problems. Especially the economic violability you […]



5 Keys to Being a Focused Leader

Focused leader

Leadership / January 26, 2022

Being a leader comes with heavy responsibilities. You not only have to work for yourself, but you also have a group of people to guide and lead. And to be a great leader, you need to have several qualities. Now, it is important to possess great communication skills, an innovative mind, a motivational thinking style, […]



How to Tell Your PhD Career Story in a Job Interview – Tips to Stand Out and Get Hired

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Congratulations on landing a job interview. As a PhD, acing a job interview can be just as nerve-wracking as it is for people who are not in academia. There is often a lot of concern as to whether you will do enough to sell yourself and impress the interviewer to the point of being hired. […]



5 Essential Keys To Women Leadership Success In The Post Covid Workplace


Today, our world is going through a pandemic that has changed the way of everything from education to work in a very dramatic way. With that being said, leadership roles have also changed according to the need of the current situation of Covid -19. And if we talk about a post-Covid workplace, female leadership roles […]



5 Big Ways to Stand Out in Your COVID Era – Job Search and Get Hired


The job market is still reeling from the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. It has been bad news for the economy and what’s worse is that the disease seems set to be around for at least another year. From all indications, people will have to learn to live with COVID-19 before things return to normal. […]



10 Tips On Networking at Online Conferences and Virtual Events


One of the biggest motivations for individuals to join an event or a conference is the opportunity to meet interesting people and potential allies. Now that these events and conferences have moved online people miss the good old days of standing in line for coffee while exchanging business cards or doing rounds at an after-conference […]



5 Ways Women Can Emerge as Strong Leaders


Women have been working and looking for success in a patriarchal culture and business world dominated by men. However, as time is changing, more women are emerging as leaders instead of working under men leaders. And all of this is never easy, as a woman always having to overcome hurdles caused by the societal norms […]