Green, who recently attended Marie Claire's Power Trip summit — a women's networking event sponsored by Dell, Intel, JetBlue, Shiseido, Tacori, and W Hotels — says that there's one question she likes to ask every job candidate she interviews: "How would you make money from an ice-cream stand in Central Park?" "I'm curious to see how people deal with ambiguity and whether they can have fun while thinking on their feet," she says. Yasmin Green says she only wants to hire someone who is "innately driven" — "someone who has that force of spirit that powers them through any obstacle that comes their way." She says that to land a job at Google, you also need to "be prepared to challenge the premise of the question."
From pay-per-click advertising to blogging and from search engine optimization to analytics, ecommerce marketing is broad, diverse, and, potentially, complex. The aim is to find those activities, promotions, and tactics that generate profits. Five years ago, Practical Ecommerce published an article describing the skills critical for ecommerce entrepreneurs. The suggestions were, perhaps, counterintuitive: be able to write, know how to learn, and be a skilled listener. These skills were about the strategic capabilities that entrepreneurs require. Building on these skills, here is a set of tactical capabilities that should help your ecommerce marketing succeed. 1. Writing, Content Marketing ...............
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When I was 18, I got a job as a receptionist for a staffing company answering phones and greeting candidates. I didn’t have a passion for this, but I knew I had to start somewhere. I learned as much as I could about the owners of the company and my supervisor. I was willing to prepare for success. Soon, I was going above and beyond my role, trying to help clients and colleagues however I could. My manager saw this transformation and convinced the owners I would be successful as a recruiter. I quickly realized even unsuccessful people can look successful. As a recruiter, I worked long hours voluntarily and kept striving to do better work.
Finally, I joined Star Staffing as a regional sales manager. I had to show that I would fit their culture, add to the company and improve revenue. I accomplished this within three months, and then negotiations started with the legal team.
Although in the moment they might seem larger than life, interviewers are people just like you. That means they’re susceptible to the same psychological preferences and cognitive biases that affect the rest of us. To help you get into your interviewer’s head and learn what they want to see in a candidate, we rounded up a list of science-backed strategies to make yourself seem more likable, competent, and ultimately hirable. 1. Schedule your interview around 10:30 a.m. on a Tuesday. According to Glassdoor, the "best" time to arrange an interview is the time that's best for the interviewer — not the time that's best for you.
Recruiters spend on average 5-7 seconds looking at a CV…. It’s stats like these that are scary for jobseekers but you forget that the recruiter has a very trained eye and know exactly what they are looking for. In this infographic from our friends at BeHiring, we learn the following: First applications are received 200 seconds after a job is posted Average time spent looking at a CV is 5-7 seconds One spelling or grammar mistake and your CV will be chucked in the bin 88% job rejection rate if you have a photo of yourself on your CV
Whether you just graduated, are returning to school or are looking for a new job, within or outside your career, you need a resume. But not just a resume. You need a great resume. One which will stand out among the rest and help you land that job which you’re hoping will make some positive impact on your life.
My first tip of advice before you even start is to not get lost in the resume, but remember what you’re trying to accomplish. Not only does your resume reflect you, but it also attracts or repels certain kinds of employers. Obviously you want the good ones, and your resume can be that filter. That said, however, you always need to stand behind what is on your resume because ultimately you are what makes the difference in the interview and job.
Een baan in de marketing of communicatie was in 2015 weer wat makkelijker te vinden. Het aantal vacatures steeg met 16 procent tot ruim 33.000 ten opzichte van 2014. Vooral functies op het snijvlak van IT en Marketing - zoals webontwikkelaar, UX-ontwerper en CRM consultants lieten een groei zien. Daar steeg het aantal vacatures met 30 procent tot 19.000 vacatures. Dit blijkt uit arbeidsmarktonderzoek van Yacht.
Former Intel CEO Andy Grove was, in many ways, larger than life. The Time 1997 Man of the Year and 1997 Chief Executive magazine CEO of the Year was more than a business leader. He was an innovator, a mentor, a survivor and an out-of-the-box thinker. And his ideas on leadership— disseminated in a couple of best-selling books and ratified by his success and experiences running Intel—will live on for decades to come as some of the most-admired lessons in the world. Grove, who died last week at the age of 79, was a Holocaust survivor who turned Intel into one of the high-tech world’s most influential trendsetters. He had suffered from Parkinson’s disease recently after earlier fighting a battle against prostate cancer which he, characteristically, wrote about.
What does your LinkedIn profile picture say about you? The answer matters because nearly half of B2B buyers will browse your LinkedIn profile. And studies have shown it only takes 1/10 of a second for someone to draw conclusions about you based on your photo — so how do you win someone over in less than a second? Good news, social sellers: There is research out there about the specific types of profile photos that have the biggest impact on first impressions. Here’s everything we’ve found about what goes into the best LinkedIn profile photo and what to avoid, all backed by data.
Your profile picture can be one of the most important elements of your LinkedIn presence. Our research shows that just having a picture makes your profile 14 times more likely to be viewed by others. As a recruiter, this means that this little, square image is your first chance to make a good impression on candidates and is a key element of your recruiter brand. Typically, we’d recommend having a professional photographer take your headshot. A professional will make sure the lighting is flattering and that you are putting your best foot (or rather face) forward. On average, this will cost you between $200-$400. However, if you don’t have the budget, don’t fret. Here are 5 tips to help you pick a strong photo from the ones you already have:
I was also part of the investment bank's Harvard recruiting team, she says. "I interviewed anywhere from 20 to 30 job candidates a year, so in total, I interviewed over 100 people at Goldman Sachs," she tells Business Insider. "And this is what the most impressive job candidates had in common: They were confident, poised, articulate, and came to the interviews prepared and ready to 'sell' themselves for the role."
Brown says, "Obviously it's important for any candidate to do research on the job prior to the interview, but those who connected their previous experiences and accomplishments (in college, internships, or full-time jobs) to the job for which they were interviewing, really stood out the most.
If you already have the skill set to enter the world’s sexiest profession, it’s a great time to be alive. For those with enough money and expendable time, there’s always the option to go back to school. But for the rest of us, hope is not lost; thanks the rise of the internet, we can begin exploring data science from the comfort of our own homes, and for a fraction of the cost of academia or retraining. Obviously, we’re not saying the options on this list can replace a formal education- but for those looking to expand (or even just begin working on) their big data skillset, they’re a great place to start.
Our personal experience and market trends tell us that more and more companies – big and small – are hiring freelancers to help with growth and other business needs. They’re also treating freelancers like true members of their team as they would a W-2 employee, including them in meetings and on their websites, etc. However, hiring freelancers still takes a different approach than when hiring someone in-house for a few reasons. For one, freelancers often work remotely, which requires a certain mindset and set of skills. It’s also much easier for either party to cancel the contract in a freelance relationship at any given point. Finally, many freelance engagements are often pursued for short-term projects or to test the waters before hiring full-time. This all makes sense when you consider that companies often hire freelancers because they need someone who can hit the ground running — someone who is already experienced and skilled in the area they’re hired for. Freelancers are typically used to working with clients and managing their own time and workload. They need very little management to get the job done.
The other week, it happened again. I had scheduled a phone interview with a candidate at an exact time and date. So my phone call was to be expected. And when I placed the call to the number given, I expected the greeting on the other end to be at a minimum professional. Ideally, it would also be an immediate recognition of the appointment. Why? Because it sets the right tone for the rest of this very important conversation. Instead, I received the unfortunate and awkward “Hello”. After I paused to shake my head in disappointment, I had no choice but to ask the candidate (in this case, we’ll call her Mary), “Hi, is this Mary?”. “Yes, it is” Mary replies. Another pause to shake my head in frustration and wait for her to say something else. Was the candidate even expecting my call?
One of the most disruptive changes we've seen in business over the last decade is the end of the traditional "career." People used to join companies for life: we would look for a great company when we got out of school, join the new-hire development program, pay our dues working up the ranks, and look forward to a nice retirement program 30-40 years later. Today, the average worker stays at their job for 4.4 years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and some research says that Millennials change jobs at twice that rate. While many think the solution to this problem is to build a flexible, meaningful workplace, and give people benefits like free food, unlimited vacation, and lavish bonuses - in reality the problem is much more fundamental. We have to change the entire design our organizations, which is a topic we highlight in out newest research The New Organization: Different by Design. (Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2016)
The systems analyst is responsible for working with the business and IT teams to deliver technical solutions to business problems. This professional does not actually implement technology projects, but plays a central role in their planning and execution. The systems analyst also serves as a liaison between IT and end users.
If you don’t already have an online portfolio, you should seriously – and I mean very seriously – consider building one. It doesn’t have to be difficult and it doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, the 10 sites listed below make creating an online portfolio quite easy. Whether you’re 18 or 88, having an online portfolio is a great way to boost your professional image, help you visualize your accomplishments, and attract more attention from your peers and potential employers. Online portfolios can help you creatively display your resume online, or they can simply tell others a little bit about you and what your life is all about. If you want to make an online portfolio that looks clean and professional, check out these 10 website builders that can help you create the perfect online portfolio.
Applying for a job can be an overwhelming experience, not least of all when it comes to putting together your resume. Since it’s the first impression you make, you want to make sure you’re hitting all the right notes with your resume. With a few free online services, the process can be made a little easier. As a designer, photographer, or even writer, your online portfolio is a great way to introduce potential employers to what you can do.
Dat mystieke gevoel in intermenselijke communicatie maakt dat je van sommige mensen werk en opdrachten krijgt en van anderen niet. Hoe kun je de 'klik' digitaal maken? “People don’t buy what you do, but why you do it”, zegt Simon Sinek. Met zijn Why-benadering en Covey's 'dreamjob-vragen' krijg je het voor elkaar. Gebruik deze 8 vragen om je eigen 'Why' te benoemen en via LinkedIn je droombaan te vinden. Online kun je verbinding maken op basis van gedeelde passies, want uiteindelijk draait het ook op internet om gevoel. En hoe duidelijker je communiceert wat jou concreet kenmerkt en motiveert, des te meer je onderscheidend en herkenbaar wordt.
An extensive new analysis by Deloitte estimates that over 100,000 jobs will be lost to technological automation within the next two decades. Increasing technological advances have helped replace menial roles in the office and do repetitive tasks. A Radical Change To paraphrase the Bard’s famous quote: “The first thing we do, let’s replace all the lawyers with automated algorithms.” Doesn’t have quite the same sting as the original, but it may more accurately reflect the present reality.
Your photo is a very important part of your LinkedIn profile for a number of reasons. When you meet a LinkedIn contact in person for the first time, they will be able to recognize you because of your photo. When you send a LinkedIn invitation to connect with someone you already know, they will feel comfortable accepting the invitation because they recognize your face. Finally, a photograph humanizes your profile, and makes you appear more approachable. Incorporating a quality photo into your LinkedIn profile will help you make the right impression and maximize the number of people who view your profile.
At first blush, it may have seemed like a good idea -- a great profile pic. What better way to convey one’s importance than to pose with a former president? But the man gripping Bill Clinton’s hand looks scared and nervous, seeming almost to shrink alongside the charismatic leader. Rather than projecting an air of success, he comes off as star-struck and immature. Another person, a female executive assistant, offers up a relaxed grin, but the probable source of her good spirits can be seen lined up on the bar behind her, and an excess of exposed skin makes her smile the last thing you’re likely to focus on. If you were looking for a new employee or recruiting a leader for a company, how likely would it be that you’d hire either of these people? Do a gut-check
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