Keeping in touch with your college friends is important whether they were roommates, sorority sisters, classmates or your debate team challengers. You should do more than catch up on alumni weekend; keep those relationships intact. When you stay connected to your college friends, you are opening up additional professional networking opportunities that should not be taken for granted.
I don’t know a single person who actually wants to go to work. It’s just like school, right? You like being around your friends and peers, but you don’t really want to DO anything. Even when you’re doing something that you like or enjoy, it gets monotonous. And waking up early every morning sure doesn’t help matters.
Your boss demands ten new great ideas for the company, and you’re stumped, again! Don’t let brainstorming become the bane of your existence. Learn how to make your brainstorming sessions better with these helpful tips!
Performance review time is your opportunity to brag about yourself a little, especially if it means getting more money for the work you do. Sitting down with your supervisor to discuss your work and your goals for the coming year is a good time to assess your strengths and weaknesses. Make sure you are prepared for your review.
If you are considering a major job change—particularly in the middle of your career—it is best if you have a solid plan. Seven ways you can get a complete change in professions without getting overwhelmed: