Smart Questions To Bring To Your Interview

Smart Questions To Bring To Your Interview

There comes a time in every interview when the interviewer will ask you whether you have any questions for them. The tables have turned, but make no mistake—it's still an opportunity to impress, and the questions you ask say a lot about you as a candidate. A good rule of thumb is to prepare enough questions (keep in mind that some might be answered earlier in the interview) that you don't end the interview early. Here are some things to think about to help you come up with smart questions to bring to your next interview.

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How to Manage Up And Build a Relationship With Your Boss

How to Manage Up And Build a Relationship With Your Boss

The relationship you have with your boss/direct manager has a huge influence on your experience at work. Whether your boss is your bff or you're dealing with a difficult one, there are ways to strengthen the relationship so that you're creating a productive work environment where you feel supported. Ideally, your boss will become an ally who will advocate for you for the rest of your career, wherever you go. 

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What To Do If You're Questioning Whether To Leave

What To Do If You're Questioning Whether To Leave

You've been at your agency for a year or two, and are starting to feel like things aren't the same. Maybe you're burnt out on a client. Or you feel like you've stopped growing the way you want to. Or you're just curious what else is out there. At the same time, you love the people you work with, and the agency where you started your career. What do you do? How do you know it's the right time to start looking for what's next? Here are a few things to keep in mind as you navigate this period of questioning. 

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How To Actively Use Rejection To Get A Job

How To Actively Use Rejection To Get A Job

Rejection from a job that you applied for sucks. Period. But it's also something we'll all encounter at some point in our careers (I have been rejected by at least 7 agencies over the years. At least.). Because it's an inevitable part of the ride, the importance of individual rejections are minimized—it's what you do in response to rejection that really matters. To help you get through it, here's how to not just handle, but actively use your next "no" to land a job.

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How To Give Feedback On Someone Else's Work

How To Give Feedback On Someone Else's Work

Giving feedback on someone else's work is one of the trickiest parts of our jobs, especially when you first start doing it. It's a balance of wanting to make the work better with not wanting to damage to our relationships with our coworkers. It's a skill that requires practice, so here are ways to effectively give feedback on someone else's work.

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