Project Management Success Requires Value

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Project success requires value. It takes more than being on-time, on budget, and delivering the requested functionality.

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How To Mangage Job Interview Jitters

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Are you nervous about your next job interview?  Getting rid of job interview anxiety comes down to one thing:  preparation.  Knowing in advance what will be expected of you will let know what to prepare and practice for.

So how do you know what is going to be expected of you during your next job interview?  This questions is not as difficult to answer as it may seem if you understand what an interview really is. The true purpose of any interview is to find the best match for the open job position.  Generally speaking, find out what the job position is looking for and do your best to show the interviewer you have those skills.  You want to showcase how capable you are of doing the things that are being asked of in the job.

Carefully doing your research in advance and studying the 11 foundation interview questions will help you prepare for your job interview so you can feel confident and shake away those nerves.

A lot of people have a “just wing it” strategy for job interview and just “hope” they get noticed.  That isn’t really the best strategy to aim for.  Adequately preparing for an interview isn’t nearly as complicated and most think and highly pays off for those who do.  You’ll be glad to you invested the time and after you get your job offer!

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Preparing For Your Next Job Interview

Monday, October 26th, 2009

Job interviews indeeded, can be the source of fear, anxiety and nervousness.  If you are unsure of what you need to prepare for for your next job interview, this understandable.

The most important thing to realize is that the employer is looking for the “best match” to fill the open job position.  Carefully read the job description to find out what skills the position is asking for.  It’s by doing this simple  exercise, you can start to prepare for your job interview most effectively.

Understanding all of the key elements in the job description will give you an idea of what job interview questions you will be asked and what kind of job interview answers you should have under your belt.

Many people don’t give the job description as much importance as they should.  Understand this small but critical factor will highly contribute to your job interview success.

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New Book, How to Find and Keep a New Job, Essential for UK Career Success

Monday, September 28th, 2009

(PRWeb UK) — How to Find and Keep a New Job covers many unique areas and provides answers which are rarely found in competing products, it is a useful, timely new eBook designed to help anyone in…

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How To Impress Your Prospective Employer After Your Interview

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Preparing for job interviews is not all that tough a job if you are sure about what you are doing and if you make sure that you follow some basic tips and tricks. You must be prepared to answer any kind of question which might be asked in an interview, whether relating to your field of work or not. You should also make sure that you are dressed accordingly and follow the right etiquette while sitting, answering questions and raising doubts. You should spend enough time in mastering the etiquett

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