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3 Easy, Research-Backed Ways to Appear More Intelligent

Inc. Magazine · 2 min

In professional life advancement often depends not on who is smartest, but on who seems smartest. Job interviewers often choose confident candidates over the awkward but skilled. Leadership positions go to those who project confidence rather than those who actually get results.

How to Respond When an Employee Quits

Harvard Business Review · 5 min

With over four million people quitting their jobs each month during the first quarter of 2022 and 44% of workers currently looking for new jobs, it’s entirely possible that someone on your team could leave in the near term.

Never End A Job Interview Without Doing These 3 Things · 5 min

During a job interview, your nerves and adrenaline may be at an all-time high. That’s why it helps to be prepared. Ideally, the actual experiences and skills that you share will help you stand out. But how you end the interview can leave a really critical last impression.

4 ways to show your leadership skills in a job interview

Fast Company · 4 min

These techniques will help you impress the hiring manager. 3 minute ReadCongratulations, you’ve got a job interview—and it’s even with a company you’re keen to work for. But after the initial euphoria wears off, fears may set in. Now you’ve got to prep and make sure you perform well.

How to Find a Job Long Distance

The Cut · 6 min

Workplace advice columnist Alison Green answers all your questions about office life. Got a question for her? Email Despite this, I am not getting interviews outside of my area. I’ve only gotten interviews for places that are local to me.

THAT job interview question: “What are your greatest weaknesses?”

Ladders · 7 min

You might understandably pause when asked at a job interview about your greatest weaknesses. You might also understandably dread the question coming up. And you wouldn’t be alone. You want to respond without casting doubt about your ability to do the job, while also being honest.