Do you find yourself at a career crossroads? Are you itching to take your career to new heights, but not sure how to move forward? This webinar will give you answers. Continue reading
INSIGHT: Lee Newman, Professor of Behavior Science at IE University and IE Business School examines how companies can achieve sustainable “behavioral advantage” by helping managers understand and improve the way they think, in the everyday moments of truth that ultimately drive success or failure. Continue reading
As a reader of the Ivy Exec blog you have gotten to know us pretty well through the content we post. We hand-pick the best job opportunities and offer the most targeted and practical job search advice for job seekers and career builders globally. If you ever want to know more about us and our company story, please visit CrunchBase — an online database of technology companies. There you will find the Ivy Exec CrunchBase profile. Our profile details who we are (the people behind …intelligence @ work….), and what we do for our exclusive professional community as their lifetime career resource.
Check out our Ivy Exec CrunchBase profile below:
What can you expect to find on the Ivy Exec CrunchBase profile
CrunchBase is a database of Web 2.0 companies and people. It was started in 2007 by TechCrunch and provides information on companies that are trailblazers but might not necessarily be listed the stock exchange. Ivy Exec has an extensive profile on there that is frequently updated. The left hand side of the page has contact information for key people on the Ivy Exec team. The middle section of the profile details some of the major milestones we’ve achieved. Lower on the page is a video section where you can learn more about Ivy Exec directly from Founder and CEO, Elena Bajic. You will also see screenshots of the website and find information about Ivy Exec’s various products and services, in addition to being able to search and apply for prime jobs.
First of all, be aware of the six criteria by which most interviewers will rate your interview skills and qualifications for the job.
1. Personal impression you make: neatness in dress and manner; self-confidence; and maturity.
2. Preparation for the interview: knowledge about the business of the potential employer; list of questions to ask the interviewer.
3. Communication skills: written and oral.
4. Attitude: enthusiasm, sincerity and interest in the opportunity.
5. Competence: education and experience.
6. Personal chemistry: suitability and “fit” with the culture of the organization.
To prepare, learn as much as you can about the kind of interviews the company usually conducts… Continue reading
If you want to transform your career prospects from ho hum to happening, you won’t want to miss this helpful webinar! This workshop is designed for both young professionals who are eager to proactively manage their budding careers, as well as for more seasoned professionals who wish to reflect on their track records and plan for the next stage of their careers.
Participating in the workshop, attendees will:
- Reflect on the personal meaning of their careers,
- Evaluate where they are in their career arcs,
- Discover five core building blocks for effectively managing their careers,
- Identify their current career challenges and possible opportunities, and
- Gain valuable insights into relevant career issues and how to overcome them.
Do you impress potential employers? No one will hire you to just give you a chance. It doesn’t matter if you are hard-working and dedicated, unless you own the skills and applied knowledge needed for the employers’ positions. A lasting impression is sustainable if there is a pattern of project completion and/or successful business accomplishments.
Employers want the job done in spite of obstacles, personality conflicts, or bad hair days. The blog, America’s Job Exchange’s article, “What Do Employers Want?” stated, “A good employee gets the job done. A great employee gets the job done in spite of everything – including shifting priorities and schedules.”
What does it take for a job seeker to impress? Besides having a great resume, cover letter, and impressive portfolio, here are some other important attributes:
Webinar: Look Before You Leap A 2-Part Webinar Series For Professionals With One Foot On The Off Ramp
• help you decide if your thoughts about leaving the workforce are your own, or are influenced by others.
• include a provocative discussion exploring whether motherhood “guilt” is well-founded orwhether you have unrealistic expectations for balancing work and life..
• help you evaluate more deeply why you work and how you would replace your work drivers at home. And,
• give you a clear framework for deciding if it is perception or reality for you, that the grass is indeed greener on the other side.
For many women, a large factor in the “stay or go” decision is whether an alternative work structure is even possible. Part II of the webinar will help you “Exhaust Your Flexible Work Options.” Too many women assume flexibility is not an option or leave after one casual “ask.” This webinar discussion will help you determine if your job is a candidate for full or partial telecommuting, and how to make a professional case for flexibility. Looking beyond your current job, you’ll also learn where to look for other, more flexible opportunities and if an entrepreneurial venture would fit your work and broader life styles.