Tag Archive for ‘working professional’

The Power of Body Language at the Workplace – Are You Conveying it Right?

Often, the growth of your career depends on the impression and impact you’ve created on your superiors, colleagues and subordinates. Navigating this field of perceptions can be quite baffling, especially since every workplace is a melting pot of people having vastly varying cultural backgrounds and social mores. Packaging yourself, your personality, attitude and skills attractively so as to get your words and thoughts across without getting lost in translation is […]

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The Importance of Minutes taking: Learn on …

The Annual Sales Meeting of Pretso Champion & Co. was held from 12 to 14 April at Goa. There were 42 participants from 16 geographical locations. Multiple presentations were made including individual presentations, branch presentations, zone presentations and presentation for company as a whole. Hours of discussions, takeaways, strategy and plans were discussed. Everyone got back to their respective locations after the meeting concluded. How do you ensure that all […]

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References in Resume – All You Need to Know to get Recommended

You have built up a brilliant work profile and have aced the interview for your dream job. Congratulations! You’ve made it. Well, almost. Once interviews have been conducted, what makes the finally selected candidate stand out from the rest of the reject pile is how well he’s recommended or referred by other prominent players in the industry. You can make the recruiter’s task easy by including professional references as part […]

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Building a Resume: 5 Minute Guide

Resumes serve a two-fold purpose. For the Applicant, it is a Marketing tool highlighting his USP.  For the Employer, it is a Screening tool to separate wheat from chaff. Multiple studies have shown that the average time spent by a recruiter in looking at a Resume is 5 to 7 seconds. This small window of time is enough to initiate the process of getting into your dream organization. If a […]

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