Graduates, Position Yourselves to Get Hired – Harvard Business Review

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Written by Art Markman

The end of the school year is here, which means normally graduates are celebrating their accomplishments and looking to their futures. But the Covid-19 pandemic has gummed up the works. Graduation ceremonies have been cancelled. Students …

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Dress for the (Remote) Job You Want – Harvard Business Review

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Written by Noah Zandan and Hallie Lynch

Now that many of us have been forced to get comfortable with video meetings, it’s safe to assume that they are here to stay. In a recent survey we conducted, 86% of respondents …

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4 Tips for Answering ‘What Do You Do?’ When Networking – Vault

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We don’t need to rehash why networking is so important for people hoping to get ahead in the job market. Talking to, listening to, and learning from others who have jumped similar career hurdles …

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Career Building in the Time of Coronavirus – BU Questrom School of Business

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Written by Toria Rainey

Furloughed? Laid off? Worried you will be? As the United States grapples with unemployment levels rivaled only by the Great Depression, figuring out how to reset a career—or prevent it from stalling—is a daunting task.

Charles …

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5 Ways to Demonstrate Your Value — Remotely – Harvard Business Review

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Written by Elizabeth Grace Saunders

With unemployment levels at the highest since the Great Depression, many individuals don’t have the privilege of working, and those who do feel nervous about how long they’ll have that opportunity.

If you fall into …

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The Unexpected Resilience Of The MBA Jobs Market – Forbes

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Written by Matt Symonds

The first time I saw a significant hit to the jobs market for business school graduates was two decades ago in the wake of the bursting of the initial internet bubble and the events of 9/11. …

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Distinguish Crisis from Disaster: 5 Notes for Making Decisions – The European Business Review

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Written by Axelle Bagot and Houman Harouni

One of the most common forms of leadership failure is treating a crisis like it is a disaster, and treating a disaster like it is a crisis. The Greek root of the word …

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Entrepreneurs, Look to Your Network to Help You Through the Pandemic – Harvard Business Review

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Written by Daniel Isenberg, Vincent Onyemah and Dhirendra Shukla

On March 21, 2020, just eight days after its first confirmed Covid-19 case, Guatemala’s government issued a nationwide lockdown. That same day, Marsa, an innovative and rapidly growing driving school in …

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How to Answer “Out Of All The Other Candidates, Why Should We Hire You?” – Manager Tools

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According to Inc Magazine, this is one of the most commonly asked interview questions. We don’t like it, but we want to give you guidance about the situations you’re likely to meet, and since this is a question you’re quite …

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How to Elevate Your Presence in a Virtual Meeting – Harvard Business Review

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Even before the COVID-19 crisis started, 5.3% of Americans — more than 8.2 million people — worked from home, according to a 2018 U.S. Census report. And with the outbreak turning more office workers into work-from-home employees, video conferences are becoming more …

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