Common Networking Mistakes Job Seekers Often Make

If you are a job seeker, there is a high chance that one of the pieces of advice you will get from your employed friends or mentors is to start networking. Networking can help you understand the industry you are in and meet people you may work with. It is very easy to network, but…

10 Ways to Stand Out in Any Job You Do

As employees, we tend to focus only on our job requirements. Some believe that it’s ok to stick within their job requirement because it will keep them out of trouble and help them keep their job. Others do their best to excel in their job responsibilities. Only a few would go beyond their job scope…

Why Bosses Need to Allow People to Fail

Contrary to popular belief, failure isn’t something everyone should avoid, especially for one’s career. In fact, I believe failure can help you discover points that you may not have considered before and lead you to success. As a team leader or a manager, here are some great reasons why you should let your employees or…

8 Ways to Rebuild Your Credibility After Messing Up at Work

Let’s face it. There will be times when we make significant mistakes and mess up our work. When it happens, it can affect our coworkers’ trust in us and our relationship with our managers for the worse. If you do not act immediately, you may end up with broken credibility and find it hard to…

8 Steps to Apologise Effectively at Work

So, you made a mistake at work? Maybe fail to comply with a deadline or miscommunication with a co-worker. It’s common. Messing up at the workplace has endless ways. Luckily, to make things right after committing a mistake are as many. Apologising after committing a mistake requires essential expertise, but what is the right way…